Grade 3 made these adorable little bird houses. Collaging paper that they had previously marbled and then detailed with more collage, texture and finally sweet little birds that they drew, coloured and cut out.
A great project especially for the winter days in the art room.
Using basic shapes to create clay birds, the focus was on embossing with pattern.Then oil pastels and an ink bath to bring out the texture. Cute and fun.
Grade 4 students drew their own unique penguins and learnt basic screen printing techniques once cutting out snow flake templates for the background.
They each has their own style and unique penguin proudly marching on the ice.
Year 4 loved to design and paint these delicious donuts, painted with watercolour then using paint pens for sprinkles and decorations.
A prelude to making clay donuts next term………………never enough donuts!
A large still life set up in the art room for grade 5 students to explore. They did a great job of direct observation and achieved some honest drawings.
These Grade 1 students selected a basic image and divided it themselves into an angular cubist style. Painted with warm and cool colours for the animal and the opposite for the background.
Using warm and cool colour the year 6 art students created a geometric city scape. Looking at the Artwork by American artist Ton Schulten they were inspired to complete their own, with much success.
A miniature still life of art supplies in front of them they achieved great results. Drawing from direct observation, they themselves were surprised with what they could achieve.
Talented and Gifted Special Art accomplished amazing animal and bird faces with collage and oil pastel, shading of different features and eyes. Great job year 5 and 6!
Students explored 3D shapes and shades and tone of colour. Emphasis on being neat to obtain a graphic outcome.