This week the Grade One students celebrated International Dot Day.
They listened to ‘The Dot’ by Peter Reynolds and created an artwork. They could start with a dot, or the dot could be the artwork. Here are just a few of their amazing creations.
So proud of their super work.
This week Grade Two Artists created wonderful buildings after seeing the artwork of American Artist James Rizzi.
These are sure to make you smile, click on the link to check them out.
Grade 5 and 6 artists created cute and/or fiendish characters starting with a simple bump. They used the elements of art Line, Colour, Shape, Space Texture and Form to create some very original characters. Super proud of theur hard work and creativity.
Check them out by clicking on the link.
Grade 4’s were inspired by Wassily Kandinsky a famous Artist who created Abstract art. Wassily loved art, maths and colour and his artworks are amazing.
Grade 4 artists created their own amazing abstract artworks and they were encouraged to name their artwork.
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The Grade One artists have created bright, colourful and fun city buildings .
Click on the link to vieaw their wonderful artworks.
Grade Two students created ‘Laurel Burch’ inspired cats. They chose to make a paper bag cat or draw a sitting cat. They can be very proud of their work. Well done amazing artists.
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Week 5 In the Remote Art room
Year One students created bodies for their Laurel Burch Inspired Cats.
If we were at school I would love to see all these Crazy Cats on the bag racks in the Great Space.
Check them out in the updated slide show.
Grade Prep students were introduced to American Artist Romero Britto’s bright and colourful Artworks.
They used a Ruler, textas, pencils or pastels to create some beautiful Heart Art.
So proud of these little artists.
Click on the link to view some of the finished artworks.
As part of our unit on Street Art “Graffti” Year 6 have been working to create ‘Pieces” of some Positive words.
These are Incredible, I am so proud of their strength and committment in these difficult times.
I can’t wait till we are back at school and can paint a few of these around the school,
(with permission from Mr. Downie of course)
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Week 3 In the Remote Art room
Year One students created Cats heads after investigating the artwork of American artist Laurel Burch.
Their artworks are amazing, they should be very proud of themselves. Click on the link to view a few.