Autumn 1: This is me! This term, during our School's Art Week, Year 2 learned new drawing and painting skills. For their final piece, the children sketched and painted a portrait of themselves. The children worked very hard to paint the background of their portraits to reflect mood. Have a look at the children's journey throughout Art Week below.
This is Me- Drawing Focus Self-portraits ( Autumn Term September 2019) – Children to produce their own self portrait which will be turned into a painting exploring colour mixing, adding tones using black and highlights using white.
Collage & 3D - (Autumn Term November 2019) Small group 3D fabric poppies on a field background of green collage. Join fabric using glue, sew fabric, and create part of a class patchwork.
Painting & Printing - ( Spring Term 2020) Famous Artists-Henri Rousseau Landscape artwork in the style of the Henri Rousseau exploring the natural landscapes of the sea and coasts through paint and print.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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