Agamograph Art

The last few weeks our class have been tackling a new art project called Agamographs. What are Agamographs? An agamograph is a series of images that change at different angles. This work is named after the Israeli sculptor, Yaacov Agam who was born in 1928 and still living today (2017). This artist is known for… Read More Agamograph Art

Going mad for Mandalas

Our latest art project has been creating Mandalas. The word “mandala” is from the classical Indian language of Sanskrit. It is loosely translated to mean “circle.” Mandalas represent wholeness and can be seen as a model for the organisational structure of life. It is a cosmic diagram that reminds us of our relationship to the world that… Read More Going mad for Mandalas

Photo Art and Craft!

Our latest art project has involved using craft materials and our imagination! Our task was to choose a background to create using different craft materials. We could use anything from straws, pipe cleaners, cotton wool buds, crepe paper, lipsticks, coloured paper and loads more!! This was a lot of fun. We had to think carefully… Read More Photo Art and Craft!

Picasso Art

Our first main Art piece for this term was a self portrait using Pablo Picasso’s techniques. Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, Spain in 1881, which is more than 120 years ago. Pablo’s real name is Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Clito Ruiz Picasso.… Read More Picasso Art

Memory Sticks

Our latest art project has been creating memory sticks for ourselves. This idea was from the Nunga Group at Grange. Mrs Baldwin was so impressed with the art activity and how unique it was that she decided to do this with our class. First we had to collect a stick and bring it to school.… Read More Memory Sticks

Tin Foil Art

Our class have really enjoyed our latest Art activity involving tin foil. To begin with Mrs Baldwin gave us a plastic sheet and we had to draw a design using lead pencil. We then used string and glue to stick the string along all the lines. Once they were dry we then stuck aluminium foil… Read More Tin Foil Art

Mother’s Day 2016

Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful Mum’s around the world! The celebration of Mother’s Day began in America in 1908 and was created by a lady named Anna Jarvis. She wanted a day where people could honor their Mother’s, and from there countries like Australia followed in their footsteps. Throughout the week our class made… Read More Mother’s Day 2016