This isn’t a question/ I just want some feedback. I’m coming up with ideas for concentration for the 12 art pieces required next year. My idea is that of the stages of a romantic relationship. I’ll show you guys the titles:
1.Glance- Guy at fraternity with his friends, checking out a group of ladies. Guy sees girl he’s attracted to.
2.Interest- Guy walks up to girl. They smile at each other. Guy gets number.
3.Flirting- Guy flirts with the girl around the campus. Teasing.
4.Dating- Guy on a date with the girl.
5.Empathy- Guy listens to girl. Girl finds solace with the guy.
6.Ecstasy- They sleep with each other, finding physical and emotional pleasure.
7.Love- The two are officially in a relationship.Years begin to pass.
8.Proposal- Guy, now in a tie (implying he’s got a good career) proposes to the girl (who’s now a fashion designer.)
9.In-Laws- Their parents/relatives are all seen eating together.
10.Doubt/Temptation- Guy and fiance are arguing, pushing each other to temptation and doub
11.Commencement/Marraige- They kiss get married.
12.Family- The guy and girl (now husband and wife) are seen slightly aged with a son on a photo album. This piece would have pictures scattered around on a large table (in the piece) to see where their lives went.
Interesting enough concept, but it doesn’t allow much wiggle room. You’ll be committed to do those specific scenes over the entirety of the school year. I did AP studio and I’m guessing you’re a junior or senior, trust me in saying that your interests will change and what you want to say in your art will as well. You should seriously think about how much you are limiting yourself with that idea. I can tell you’ve put time into this idea and what each image will look like, but this is when you’ll want to explore your interests in art and try different perspectives on a subject. The AP board as well as art school reviewers will want to see an evolution and exploration in your artwork, and I think you will too when you look back.