Hi everyone and welcome back to the final part of the school year. The end of year Art show is fast approaching on Wednesday 17th of July. Every child from Nursery to Year 6 will have a piece of work on display. It will be a great opportunity for you to come along with your children and view some fabulous pieces of Art. There will be a good range of work on display from drawing and painting to textiles and sculpture. Refreshments will be available and there will also be some drawing activities taking place inside the large hall and outside (weather permitting). Don't miss this exciting opportunity to come and see lots of amazing Art work on display in the large hall by your children. Letters with details will be sent out nearer the date. I look forward to seeing you!
Clapgate end of year art show in memory of Ms Franklin.
Wednesday 17th July at 3.20p.m.
Art work by children from nursery to year 6
Indoor and outdoor art activities
(Nursery and reception children only, will have early access to the art show at 2.45p.m.)
Come along and enjoy seeing some amazing art work, have a go at drawing and enjoy some refreshments.
Year 1 have been looking at landscapes this half term in art. They focused on the landscape paintings of Vincent Van Gogh. In particular , they looked at the Wheatfield with Crows painted in 1890. Next, they created their own interpretations of the painting. The children used a toothbrush and blue tones to create a textured sky just like Vincent Van Gogh. The wheatfield was painted using a plastic fork and yellow, green and brown tones. The paintings below show work in progress. Well done year 1!
Year 2 have been learning about primary and secondary colours this half term. They used powder paint to mix different tones of colours and have really enjoyed this process. Their topic has been giants and so they thought carefully about creating a frozen sea with a giant whale.
They used their knowledge of colour mixing to create a frozen sea and sky . Next, they used splatter painting to create the sea foam and froth as the whale emerged from the water.They created an iceberg using torn paper and finally they added a whale and a little more paint splatter.
Year 3 have been learning about mountain landscapes this half term. They used their sketchbooks really well to explore different mountain landscapes using a range of materials. Recently, after looking at the photographs of famous photographer Ansell Adams, they used charcoal and white chalk to create some very atmospheric drawings of their own mountain landscapes. Well done year 3!