Welcome to Willingham Primary School's Art blog. Here, you can see what your children have been doing in their Art lessons and celebrate their amazing creations. If you would like to see older posts, they are still available in the Archive section.
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- 15/05/19The Year 5s had an extended art lesson this week while the Year 6s were occupied with SATs. We continued to study the use of value and light in art and began by looking closely at the appearance and structure of the eyes of various reptiles before designing a close-up drawing of...Read Full Story
Year 1 & 2: Cat and bird picturesEach week in this half-term, Year 1 and 2 have looked at a piece of art by Paul Klee. Today, we studied Cat and Bird (1928) and compared its style with that of others works featuring cats by Klee.Read Full Story
Year 5/6: Bubble PicturesThis week, as part of our ongoing investigation of the use of value and light in art, the Year 5/6s created pictures of bubbles.Read Full Story
Year 5/6: Animal PicturesThis half-term, the Year 5/6s are studying the use of light and value in art. We looked at the use of chiaroscuro in the paintings of Vermeer, Rembrandt and Caravaggio: Caravaggio, Saint Jerome Writing (c. 1605)Read Full Story
Year 1 & 2: Paul Klee continued.In this second week of term, the children in Years 1 and 2 looked at Fire in the Evening (1929) by Paul Klee.Read Full Story
Year 1 & 2: Paul KleeThis half-term, the Year 1s and 2s will be creating art inspired by the work of Paul Klee.Read Full Story
Year 2: Allotment PicturesThe Year 2s have been comparing farming methods in the U.K. and Ghana. In art, we created allotment pictures using a wax resist technique.Read Full Story
Year 1: Root Vegetable PaintingsAs part of their Geography work on farming, the Year 1s have been creating pictures of root vegetables.Read Full Story
Year 1 & 2: Adinkra ClothOver the past two weeks, the Year 1s and 2s have been learning about Adinkra symbols. We discussed how symbols can represent important ideas and concepts, learned how stamps in Ghana are made from calabash gourds and looked at the work of contemporary artists such as Owusu-Ankomah.Read Full Story
Year 5/6: Landscapes and mark makingThe Year 5/6s will be looking at landscape painting and mark making this half-term.Read Full Story
Year 3/4: Self-portraits, part 1The Year 3/4s are learning about Kings and Queens who made a difference and in art, we will be studying portraits and considering what they tell us about the sitter. The children will also be planning and creating a self-portrait which tells us something about what is important to them.Read Full Story
Year 2: Paper WeavingIn geography, the Year 1s and 2s will be comparing life in the U.K. with life in other countries, including Ghana.Read Full Story