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Artist of the month: Henri Rousseau

This month, we looked at the famous painting 'Tiger in a Tropical Storm' by Rousseau. We examined the colours, shades, lines and textures in the painting. Using this painting as inspiration and some help from this website http://artprojectsforkids.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Draw-Tiger-Face.pdf, we created our own tiger drawings. We coloured them using oil pastels and crayons. 

Oil Pastel- Tiger in a Tropical Storm by Henri Rousseau

Pixel Art - Tech Week 

As part of Tech Week , we examined computer images and how they are made up of tiny little squares known as 'pixels'. We were fascinated at how , we can see pictures clearly when at a distance but how when we zoom in they become tiny squares! Computers are amazing! Follow our adventures on Twitter. 

Exploring Pixel Art - Tech Week

Construction - Easter Chicks

Construction - Easter Bonnets

St Patrick's Day Art

Oil Pastels - Artwork inspired by Georgia O' Keefe

Oil Pastels - Artwork inspired by Georgia O' Keefe  1

Drawing - Green School Global Goals Poster Competition

Construction/Paint and Colour- Egyptian Art

Paint and Colour - Valentine Picture Frames

Construction- Celebrating Chinese New Year

Wax resist painting inspired by Renoir's 'Les Parapluies'

Op Art - 3D hands

Op Art - 3D hands 1

The Polar Regions

Textured Paint and limited colour: A Winter Scene

Fabric and Fibre: Snowman Puppets

Christmas art

Still Life inspired by Paul Cezanne

Hogwarts comes to Room 29 - Design a Witch's Hat Project using fabric paints

Painting Hallowe'en Pumpkin Masks

3D Hallowe'en Witches

Wax Resist Painting - A Bird's Eye View of a Witch's Cauldron

Wax Resist Painting - A Bird's Eye View of a Witch's Cauldron 1

Moneybox Street

Inspired by Van Gogh's 'The Bedroom' - Design your dream bedroom

Up the Dubs! 3D pop out G.A.A. drawings

Learning to draw cartoons with 'Tina-mation'

Dingle Dangle Autumn Scarecrows

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