First and second year secondary school children helped to create a beautiful silhouette of Christmas Night, inspired by children’s author and illustrator Jan Pienkowski.
Oh… for the love of pva – glue Beautiful white runny glue has many potential uses, but best of all, is drawing, yes, drawing with glue! Its glossiness, its magical […]
Expo 2015, exotic in style and content! What do an Abin, a Lilly Billy and a Dragon Fruit look like? We found out and illustrated and described our new discoveries […]
You look like this! A selection of third year class portraits inspired by the tribal style of mix media artist David Gomez. A true tribe!
Weaving foody patchworks For this weave there were a variety of learning objectives: selecting and displaying food imagery transforming and evolving an object, and surfaces into something else making a physical object, […]
Photography for the real world. Our first year Middle School adventures in visual studies led us to the medium of photography to express our ideas and thoughts on the school theme […]
With a little imagination… weaving is easy and fun. Interlaced materials, simple prints, or even plain colour, transform into amazing visual patchworks. Weaving is popularly understood in term of interlaced […]
Just a little taster of our super nativity stars – in the making – for a gigantic Christmas star. Stay tuned for the final piece by first and second year […]
Chalk pastel blending and colour interactions Second year middle schoolers began the year with some colourful investigations using chalk pastels. We started with colour charts, mixing and blending soft pastels to […]
Whether it be a Picasso or a Haring… we love three-dimensional art, sometimes referred to as sculpture or ‘craft’. We might even dare to call upon these articulated vessels […]