Greenscreen Competition Results

A big congratulations go to Sabine Molloy and William Easterbrook Collett who placed in the top 50 (out of over 600 entries) of the international Greenscreen Wildlife Festival Poster Competition for 2016.  well done for your design efforts!

Ms Kate Lymn

Art vs Daily Life

Year 9 Digital Media students have recently finished their Art vs Daily Life Photoshop artworks. Students were required to modify a person from a classical painting and transpose them into an everyday current environment. The following are the results of the Photoshop edited work.

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Ms Kate Lymn

Green screen festival

Recently 2 classes of year 9 students have finished and submitted their poster design to the Green Screen International Wildlife Festival competition. Students used Photoshop to edit and construct their posters. All students showed such varied approaches with different outcomes.

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Ms Kate Lymn

Deconstructed fruit

A class of year 7’s created these wonderful deconstructed fruit in ceramics this term. They had the task of deconstructing a real piece of fruit either by eating, slicing, peeling etc. They conducted still life studies into the changing from of their piece of fruit and modelled these as 3D ceramic forms. Each student did such a wonderful job with their sculpting and glazing of these pieces.

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Ms Kate Lymn

 

Paired Adjectives

A class of year 6 students have recently completed their unit on sculpture. They were asked to create a wire sculpture inspired by the artist Joseph Pavel, using paired adjectives that they felt best described themselves.These sculptures are currently hung from the ceiling in the Art Centre and are each intricately created.

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Ms Kate Lymn

Human Nature

For the past few weeks a class of year 8 students have been exploring the paper cut work by Elsa Mora and her original approach to combining imagery of biological with flora and fauna. The students interpreted this by creating their own merged imagery of anatomical body parts or living beings with that of flora. These were then translated through the method of lino carving and printing. The following artwork was made by one of the students who merged ideas of vegetable leaves with that of rabbit ears.

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Ms Kate Lymn

Year 6 Calder Circus

This term a group of year 6 students have been exploring the possibilities of moveable and interactive art with the support of their student teacher Mr Kobylecki. They were introduced to the circus sculptures created by Alexander Calder and were given the task of creating their own versions using found material and cardboard. Each student created movies of their interactive circus artworks, one of which can be watched below.

Ms Kate Lymn