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Autumn 2 - Collage


This term we are looking at the artistic skill of collage. This means over lapping different types of paper.

We started by investigating the different effects that different types of paper produce and evaluating which ones we liked best and why.

We looked at: sugar paper, tissue paper, plain paper, card, baking paper and foil.






This links in with our science learning - click here for more on materials...


We then also linked in our topic learning to create collages of Queen Victoria. We used tones of black and white to mimic the black and white photographs of the era.






WW1 Centenary 2018 - Poppies


As part of our learning about WW1 we looked at poppies. We used 4 different art mediums to create our own pictures. We had to use; sketching pencils, colouring pencils, felt tips and paint.

We chose either 4 individual poppies or one large one split in to 4 and had to investigate what effect each medium had, how it could be used, and how you could blend colours and create tones.


Here are some of the finished results...


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Autumn 1 - William Morris

This half term we are looking at the work of William Morris, a Victorian artist and printer.


We have been studying his work and learning how to create repeating patterns, ready so that later this half term we can create our own prints in his style.


First we learnt how to continue repeating patterns...




Then we made prints using sheets of foam, by drawing on our our design...



Finally we used roller to apply paint and printed our design 4 times to create a repeat...




Here are some of our finished prints...



Roald Dahl Day - 13th September 2018

We started the year by looking at the art of Quentin Blake - the illustrator and artist behind many of the drawings in Roald Dahl stories. He used lots of straight lines to create fun drawings of the characters. We had a go at drawing Willy Wonka by following a draw along with Quentin Blake himself!




Here's some of our finished results...