Colour Tutorials and Harmonies

The HS Art Foundations class were reviewing colour theory. Many of the students have not studied colour before, other than primary and secondary colours. Therefore, I decided to create a fun and quick way for them to learn. Colour Tutorials The students had to research and demonstrate their understanding of colour mixing by producing a tutorial. Key... Continue Reading →

Textured Analogous Sculptures, G6

CREATIVE COLOUR WHEEL PAINTINGS After creating these gorgeous "Creative Colour Wheel" watercolour paintings, the students were now ready to apply their knowledge of, 'Analogous' colours, to a foil textured sculpture. It was meant to be a relief art work but many of the students chose sculpture instead. As long as they could demonstrate texture, analogous... Continue Reading →

G6 Colour Sculptures and Zen Eyes

The grade 6 students have achieved SO much over the last couple of weeks. They have successfully completed their Zen eyes, turned them into digital art and created a clay plaque inspired by their work. DIGITAL ART COLOUR THEORY SCULPTURES Now, grade 6 have been cutting cardboard, applying hot glue and covering their pieces with foil. They... Continue Reading →

Stunning G6 Windows Inspired By Sagrada Familia

I was so inspired by my trip to Spain at the beginning of this year that I decided to introduce those gorgeous windows to my grade 6 students. This was a brilliant project because the students had to learn about analogous colour, silhouettes, tints and tones whilst developing painting, presentation and iPad skills. For my... Continue Reading →

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