Year 2 draw their Cat in a Hat and years 6 students begin their geometric tonal cube paintings. 2018 is going to be a great year for art at Forest Crescent.
Clay frogs ready for the frog pond. Beautiful little characters ready for the school frog pond at school. Year 4’s loved making these frogs each one had so much character.
These Grade 1 students created really successful had print fish, with a collaged pattern table and a patterned background they look great!!
This was a fun way to end the term. Grade 5 created as close as they could to the real thing…………cream biscuits. After being fired and a lick of paint and varnish they turned out terrific.
Grade 5 created giant A4 playing cards. Using limited colour pallet and patterns and designs off real playing cards to choose a Jack, Queen or King to be their design.
This project was for year 4 students to complement what they were doing in maths. After collaging the background to create texture they added their shapes all shooting out from the center.
Who would have thought that Maths and Art could be friends??
Grade 4 created delicious donuts. They had such fun, from creating their textured background to making their own unique donuts complete with sprinkles. Every one was hungry and ready for lunch after these were complete.
After looking at artist Henri Rousseau and his tigers, Grade 1 students drew and coloured their own. Drawing step by step while learning the elements and principals of design at the same time. Finally some jungle leaves for them to hide amongst. GGGRRRRRR!!
Whimsical Dream Catchers. Combining pattern, texture and detail with fluid water colour to create unique, beautiful dream catchers.
As part of our schools sustainability program we are part of a What Shark tracking program. These TAGS art students drew beautiful whales and added water to delicately bleed out the artline. Ink background complements the watery finish to the whales