This is the end of our first school year teaching Art in English language at school. Doubtlessly we learned a lot together and we have a long way in front of us full of experiences to share. Next school year we will come back with strenght and with lots of new ideas. Happy holidays!
Andy Warhol liked painting portraits of Celebrities. Marilyn Monroe was one of his muses and he painted her many times. We painted our Self-portrait in Andy Warhol style. What do you think?
In order to get close to Andy Warhol work we have done one of his most emblematic artwork “Tomato soup“. Pupils chose three colours to paint the tomato soup cans. Do you like the product?
We have started a new project in the Art subject: the study of Pop Art and one of its most symbolic artists, Andy Warhol. In order to all students, teachers and families from school know what Pop Art means, we have done, in teams, informative posters with the following data: Author: different authors of Pop Art Read more about ANDY WARHOL 1[…]
To conclude the “Line” project we worked on teams of three members each. We had the following materials to do our artwork: black cardboard (A2) and coloured adhesive tape: red, blue, green, yellow and black. Pupils created their own works using their imagination and creativity. They are great.
We continue studying Jim Lambie and the Line project. This time pupils made an artwork using black cardboard (A5) and black adhesive tape (using adhesive materials as Jim Lambie does). It has been easy and difficult at the same time.
We are working on Jim Lambie artwork and one of his passions, “Lines”. In this artwork pupils painted with tempera paint in order to do horizontal lines.
Pupils went all around school and playground to find lines. When they found one line, they took a photo of it. Next, in groups of three, they made posters with the pictures taken. We hope you like them.
We continue learning about “Lines”. On this occasion pupils did two artworks: one with vertical lines and a second one with horizontal lines. They worked with black and white cardboard lines. They were inspired by the artist Jim Lambie.
As you may know we finished the Circles and Dots project and now we start with the Lines project. Pupils learnt different Types of lines and they drew them using felt-tips and a ruler, when necessary.