High School Visual Arts - Art teacher, Elizabeth Jendeck's, website, which features student work as well as exemplars for educational purposes.
Jenny Tiefel Art Ed is a comprehensive art teacher's site with examples of student art work, student journals, and, under 'Resources' at the top, IB curriculum resources, resources for artists, art history and art techniques, and Jenny's blog.
Developing Nicely by Chris Francis, UK Art teacher and Senior Leader at St Peter’s Catholic School, Bournemouth, England. The blog contains thought-provoking articles that are illustrated with creative, contemporary student artwork.
Julia Stubbs is an Advanced Skills Teacher in Art and Design at William de Ferrers School, Essex, England. Her website features high quality GCSE and A Level Art artwork, photographed comprehensively and listed with results. Exemplar material is available, as are teaching resources.
Ms King's AP Studio Art Class This blog contains activities cover perspective, line drawing, the depiction of glass and metal objects, working in monochrome, figure drawing and still life arrangements.
InThinking Visual Arts is a website for International Baccalaureate Art teachers written by Heather McReynolds, who has over 20 years of teaching and examining experience. Heather was previously Head of Art at the International School of Florence and now offers training and workshops for IB Art teachers, writes textbooks and shares knowledge via the InThinking Visual Arts website. Although this site is subscription based, there is enough free content to keep you busy for hours.
Bartelart.com was created by Dr. Marvin Bartel and contains essays about drawing, creativity and teaching art.
Fehran Khan has shared photography and art portfolios on Flickr. He has uploaded many outstanding A Level Photography and Art portfolios, shared in their entirety, with legible annotation and process documented, making these excellent learning tools. Students investigate exciting subject matter, explore contemporary editing techniques and stage innovative compositions.
Dan China is a secondary school Art Adviser with a wealth of experience. His past roles include Ofsted Inspector and Chief Moderator / Examiner. He has worked on curriculum and assessment developments as well as revisions to examinations and assessment strategy, and he has published a fantastic collection of student artwork on Flickr, depicting some of the best A Level student work from Buckinghamshire schools.
Fortismere Art Department is part of a secondary school based in Haringey, North London. Explore the drop down options from the 'Student area' tab.
AP Central Collegeboard website Advanced Placement (AP) is a rigorous high school qualification offered to students in Canada and The United States. The College Board AP Central website has three great Art sections: Drawing, 2D Design and 3D Design, which each include a link called ‘Drawing Portfolio with Student Samples and Scoring Guidelines’. These provide access to an excellent collection of student work, each accompanied by clear explanations for the marks they have received.
The Top Art Exhibition features some of the best NCEA Level 3 Photography, Design, Printmaking, Sculpture and Painting (this is the New Zealand equivalent of A2 Art & Design) produced by Year 13 New Zealand high school art students. An excellent source of inspiration for students and teachers.
The New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA) publish fantastic resources to help high school art teachers and students. Of particular note are the exemplar material that is provided for NCEA Level 1, 2 & 3 Painting, Photography, Design, Sculpture or Printmaking. Work of a range of ability levels is shown, along with superb annotation from the examiners. There is also a separate section of Scholarship exemplars – the very best work from Year 13 (A2) students.