Celebration of Art
Colour explosions! Nursery experimented with chalk and what happens when water is added to colour....colour mixing skills
Developing control over our mark making skills and explaining our pictures
Children learn skills with our artists in residence and they have opportunity to apply these skills in the classroom
Doorway to learning showcasing the children’s charcoal blending techniques - inspired by nature
Inspired by feeding the birds Reception have been finding out about birds looking at their feathers and differences in colour. They sketched their own birds and used water colours.
World religion celebrations in year 1
Nursery mixing colours focussing on cold colours inspired by our winter welly walk.
Transient circle art by nursery inspired by the artist Kandinsky. We used loose parts and colour in our creations.
Nursery experimenting with watercolours. We practised new skills using smaller brushes to create more intricate art.
Mandala Art inspired by looking at Buddhism for world religion day. We used primary colours and outlined our paintings.
Transient Art is in our Early Years provision to enhance children’s creativity we support children with new materials depending on their interests
Reception have been looking closely at shades of green, textures and shapes of leaves. They blended greens using water colours and outlined using black.
The Story of Year 2 Birch being artists for the day
Year 2 have been studying the Artist Monet. A visit to the local park inspired our young artists to look closely at the foliage. Year 2 have painted in the style of Monet using a dabbing technique.
Year 2 are applying a layering and blending technique using water colours for remembrance art
For World Religion day we explored Islamic Art and made our own Islamic art using different media. We designed geometrical tiles and wrote Islamic and English calligraphy. Our inspiration was a local artist called Raanaz Shahid whose artwork is inspired by Islamic Calligraphy and geometry, she uses textiles, paints and ceramics to create her artwork.
Year 1 have printed with sculpture in the style of Aborigine Art mixing earthy colours in acrylic paint
Reception have been learning to shade and blend natural found objects and their interest in insects
African Art - painting using bold colours and poster paints
First we designed our own mask. Then we manipulated modelling clay to add texture and different features to our masks. Finally we used natural, earthy tones to paint our masks. We enjoyed learning a mask dance with our masks on.
Reception African Art - designing and outlining to make our Art stand out.
As part of black history month reception have been looking at the history of African masks and many different designs and types of masks. Before we painted our masks we learnt how to design them with a choice of colours and designs. We looked closely at detail and used pencil crayons. Miss Walsh our artist has shown us how to outline our Art work. We remember that it makes our Art pop!