Experimenting with colour, texture and technique using watercolours and acrylic paints for a whole school ‘Dot’ project
Using hatching and cross hatching to show light and dark tones
Creating installation artwork
Using crayons, greese-proof paper and an iron to create window hangings
Site specific artwork
Draw with Rob
Collecting scrap paper for a piece of ephemeral art
Paper ephemeral art
Ephemeral art installation using foraged items from nature
We had an amazing afternoon taking part in an online art workshop with Bethan from the National Gallery in London. We explored paintings in the National Gallery, developed our ideas through sketching to music and then created a mythical creature inspired by Paolo Uccello’s ‘George and the Dragon’
Our mythical creatures
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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