On the fifth session of the project about Sonia Delaunay we learnt to make a human being figure using wire, recycled foam and tape. We will use these figures to dress them up with our designs.
We continue with the project of the artist Sonia Delaunay. We painted pieces of white cloth following our previous designs.
On our third artwork we wanted to learn about Sonia Delaunay facet as a designer. So we draw and painted our sketch of a clothing design paying attention to the artist designs.
To do our second artwork about Sonia Delaunay, we paid attention to their designs where she painted squares and rectangles. As we did last time, we used recycled cardboard to make our piece of art. We hope you like it.
We started a new term and a new art project. In this, we are going to study the artwork of the Ukrainian artist Sonia Delaunay. On our first piece of art we used recycled cardboards to make our triangles. With these triangles we made a composition.
It’s spring and easter time! This year we wanted our pupils to learn how to make natural colours to dye easter eggs. So, we dyed white eggs using beetroot, curry, purple cabbage and onion. It has been a cool experiment and moreover, they’ve learnt how to make natural dyes in order to paint or use Read more about EASTER EGG DYEING[…]
We finished the aboriginal art project. Once students knew the main features about this kind of art, each pupil painted on a piece of wood using aboriginal motifs. We hope you like our artworks.
On our second artwork of the aboriginal art project children experienced how to paint sitting on the floor. They cooperated painting on a long black canvas. They had very colourful works.
We start a project about australian aboriginal art. Students learn how aboriginals paint: they paint sitting on the floor using sticks and paintbrushes. In our first artwork we tried to create a painting following the aboriginal style.
Christmas is here. Pupils want to make cards to greet their families using a new technique. So, we make little figures using Pearl Beads. Then, we iron and paste them on our cards. It is a very easy and cool technique.