Love these so much! Grade one students had so much fun making circles similar to artist Kandinsky, and painting inside with bright, happy, and summer water colours. We talked about circles overlapping, size and making use of the page. Creating the ice cream with a range of collage materials certainly was exciting for the students as they got to be imaginative and use different techniques. They look delicious and turned out a treat!
The Grade 1 & 2 students made Autumn Trees to be displayed in the school’s main corridor during Autumn. They learnt about warm colours such as red, orange and yellow, and they used these colours for the background. The trees really stand out because they were painted in black, and this looks very effective! In addition, the students used glitter to make their artwork look brilliant!
Here are some pictures of the artwork:
The Grade 1s and 2s have been exploring and learning about organic and geometrical shapes in art. They made artwork using a combination of these shapes on an A3 piece of coloured paper. Using their cutting skills, the students cut out different shapes out of coloured paper to stick onto the paper. They mirrored the shapes with the paper that they cut it from to create stunning artwork!
Here are some pictures of the great artwork that the children made:
The Grade 1 and 2 students made animals using different shapes to create pictures of colourful animals. They used watercolour paints and made borders for their artwork.
Here are some pictures of the amazing artwork that the Grade 1 and 2 students made:
Overall, the Grade 1 and 2 students enjoyed making their Shape Animal artwork!
The grade 1’s and 2’s made these cool houses and roads, just from pieces of wool! How cool are they!
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This year, Leyla and Steph, our Art Captains for 2014, started a new program called, ‘Art Captains Pick of the Week’. Children at the school, could enter artwork from home or school to win a certificate and have their artwork displayed in the hallway in front of the art room door.