“Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn”.– Clark Gable, Gone with the Wind, 1939
Worcester University has offered Luke Tandy the chance to combine the two things he loves most in life: Fine Art and Illustration. In Tandy’s three years at the University, he has learnt so many new and brilliant techniques of how to make art other than using pencils or paint, such as printing/ sculpture making/ abstract painting/ building stained glass windows/ Rubber stamp making/ and many other techniques including the Gold-leafed altar piece Tandy has spent third year making.
Before coming to the university, Tandy was uncertain on what he truly wanted to do with his art and where to take it. However, thanks to the course Tandy has discovered that he specialises in history themed Art. To be more specific, Tandy very much enjoys making Art of 20th century military history, which is both educational and interesting to look at. He makes these by often doing pencil and acrylic paintings, along with also using fine liners and watercolours.