Take a look at a book, poem or rhyme: Art Gallery

Mostyn (Year 3) has done this awesome picture of Captain Underpants, which is his favourite book.  His drawings have really improved over the weeks and this is no exception! Bravo Mostyn!

Mostyn’s brother Islwyn (Year 6) drew Hagrid from Harry Potter and I think he has done a spectacular job. Their mum told me:
“We are reading Harry Potter together at bedtime and both boys took it in turns to read a couple of pages out loud, which we have continued to do most evenings.” That is amazing – what a family!

Just look at this magnificent map that Humphrey (Year 1) created, which shows the journey the Stickman took throughout the book.  I particularly like the image of the Stickman being chased bu the dog and the one where he is floating in the river. Amazing artwork Humphrey, as always, and thanks for sharing!

Wow!  Look at this incredible Incy Wincy Spider that Amelia (Year 1) has created.  What makes this all the more impressive was that  Amelia did this ALL BY HERSELF WITH NO HELP.  Bravo Amelia and thank you for sharing this with us!

I am really impressed with this amazing puppet that Alfie (Year 5) has made, based on the Fortnite games and books. It is clear that he has really taken his time to carefully draw and colour the character.  Well done Alfie and thanks for sharing!

These sisters always produce outstanding art work week after week and this time is definitely no exception as these crafts are terrific! Eva (Year 5) has drawn and coloured this fabulous cartoon ‘Harry Potte’r and also made Hermione Granger cardboard roll figure. Both are brilliant Eva – thanks for sharing!…

…Eva’s sister Emma (Year 4) put a great deal of time and effort creating Eva the Owl, from the book Owl Diaries, which is written and illustrated by Rebecca Elliott.  As you can see, Emma carefully made the owl out of clay before diligently painting it with lots  of bright, vibrant colours.  Bravo Emma and thank you so much for sharing this with us!

This sensational pirate ship and  seascape has been created by Lola (Year 3).  She always puts a great deal of effort into her art projects and has really excelled this week.  This is what she wrote:   Hi Mrs Pearson this is my art work for this week I have watched all of the Pirates of the Caribbean  and wanted to make a pirate boat myself.I did it using an old shoe box and then painted it pink, then my dad found a pole in the garage. He chopped it in half and put a hole in the boat and stuck it through. Then we found fabric and folded it up, and we put a bit of string through it and put a screw in the pole and tied the string round it. Next we made a steering wheel and put ribbons under it to make the sea and put Katirina on the boat and placed the mermaids and the shells around it. Fantastic work Lola and thank you so much for sharing this with us!

Calin (Year 4) has brilliantly drawn the  front cover of the book ‘The Everything Machine’.  Interestingly, the author Ally Kennen is also the illustrator.  Thank you so much for sharing this with us Calin.
Adam (Year 2) has worked hard on his tracing skill and traced this superb front cover from one of the Timmy Failure books by Stephen Pastis.  Very well done Adam and thanks for sharing.
This is Jake’s (Year 5) drawing of a Tom Gates book cover and I think it is truly  awesome.  As you can see, he has really taken his time and carefully drawn and coloured it in.  The end result is amazing.  Thank you for sharing this with us Jake.

This fabulous drawing of Lucy Pevensie  is from the Chronicles of Narnia books and has been drawn by Sabrina (Year 5). Well done Sabrina and thanks for sharing!

Florence (Year R) always works very hard on her art challenges and this week is no exception! She has done this brilliant collage of her favourite book Sarah and Duck by Sarah Gomes Harris.  I think it looks sensational – thanks for sharing this and all your lovely artwork with us Florence!
Wow! This is a beautiful painting that Trinity (Year 2) has painted.  It tells the story of a parrot and her babies.  Just look how carefully she has painted it and how much detail she has added. Wonderful work Trinity and thank you so much for sharing this with us!
This is a very detailed drawing by Brayden (Year 4), which looks amazing He chose to do a scene from the  Dr Who book  – Paradox Lost and I think he has done a brilliant job. Well done Brayden and thanks for sharing!
The owl and the Pussycat is one of my favourite poems, so I was really pleased that Emi drew this fantastic pussycat.  I especially like the way that she has drawn the eyes…which isn’t easy to do.  Great work Emi and thanks for sharing this with us!
This is an impressive piece of STREET ART that Aaron (Year 5) has created.  This one small word evokes so many feelings.  Thank you for sharing it with us Aaron.
 These bookmarks that the Marples brothers have made are just outstanding! This is what their mum wrote: After a long discussion the boys wanted to do something ‘Harry Potter’ based and we stumbled upon how to make book marks inspired by the houses (ties) in Harry Potter. We didn’t have the exact coloured pieces of card so, as always, we made do with what we had. So the finished products are the boys choices based on the ties from Harry Potter. It took a lot of patience but they persevered.  Boys I’m glad you persevered because they are amazing…thanks for sharing!

Goodness me! Look at this wonderful talking witch’s hat, from Harry Potter, that George(Year 3) has made.  It is clear that it has taken him a long time to do, but I’m so glad he persevered because it looks sensational! Bravo George!

Wow! Just look at this marvellous Harry Potter that Pheobe (Year 3) has created.  As you can see, she has done an amazing job and it looks just like Harry himself! Wonderful work Pheobe and thanks for sharing!

Art Gallery Week beginning 15/08/20

I think that this lion that Evan (Year 3) has created it totally awesome!  It is fantastic that he has used leaves to make the mane.  Brilliant work Evan and thanks for sharing!

Wow! Just take a look at this sensational elephant that Liberty (Year 5) has created. What a wonderful choice of colour and pattern.  Well done Liberty and thanks for sharing!

Art challenge…Look at a book…or a poem..or rhyme!

Hello everyone…. thank goodness it’s Friday!…BUT, what has happened to our beautiful sunshine?  I nipped out to the shops this morning and got absolutely soaked. It didn’t help that I had a hole in my boot and so I had a very soggy sock by the time I got home!

However I hear that it will be dry and sunny this weekend, so I’m hoping to get out on my bike again…fingers crossed! 

If you hadn’t noticed, I have some new memojis that my son, Andrew, has created for me, so I am using them all the time at the moment!

Well let’s have a look at this week’s challenge….

Art Challenge

For this week’s Art challenge I have separated it into Key Satge One and Key Stage Two…as always have fun creating!

Key Stage One

For your art challenge this week I would like you to do a creation linked to a Nursery Rhyme or book.  This could be a collage picture of Humpty Dumpty made out of egg shells, a wanted poster of the Big Bad Wolf, or the witch from one of my favourite books, ‘Room on a Broom.’  You may even do your art in the woods, such as leaving the Gruffalo’s footprints or make a small stick house. It can be a picture using any materials or a 3D creation.  Let your fantastic imaginations go wild!                                                                                                                                                                                                                     WOW! CHALLENGE:  Learn the Nursery Rhyme or a page from the book and perform it to your family.

Ideas to inspire you:

However, if this doesn’t appeal to you, then you can still send any other art work to me and I will post that on the Blog too.

Please email your artwork to me:

n.pearson@stpeterswaterlooville.hants.sch.uk

Thank you

Keep creating and keep safe!                                                                                                        

Mrs Pearson

Key Stage Two                                                                                                                     

 For your art challenge this week I would like you to do a piece of Artwork linked to a poem or book.  This could be a collage picture from Owl and the Pussycat, or a STREETART word from a war poem.  You may even design a new front cover for your favourite book. Let your fantastic imaginations go wild!                                                                                        

WOW! CHALLENGE: Read the poem or part of the book aloud to your family, using expression.

Ideas to inspire you:

  

However, if this doesn’t appeal to you, then you can still send any other art work to me and I will post that on the Blog too.

Please email your artwork to me:

n.pearson@stpeterswaterlooville.hants.sch.uk

Thank you

Keep creating and keep safe!

Mrs Pearson

Art Gallery by Louis Year 5

Here is another fantastic piece of art to add to Louis’s collection!

 

Wow!Just look at this terrific terracotta plant pot that Louis (Year 5) has carefully painted.  Once he has sealed it, he will put the cactus he has bought in it.  Bravo Louis and thanks for sharing!

Louis (Year 5) has been busy creating wonderful art over the last few weeks.  Unfortunately, there was a mix up with the emails and I have only just received his work.  So have a look at Louis’s Art Gallery:

Wow!  What a wonderful tribute to the NHS that Louis has made.  The message here is so important and his choice of colours are very eye-catching and draws you in.  Well done Louis.

I absolutely love this collage picture of a seahorse that Louis has created.  It is clear that he has taken his time, but it was worth it as the end result is spectacular.

Wow! This model of a WWII plane is amazing and the fact that Louis has combined it with a rainbow makes it very thought provoking.

Louis’s mum set him a real challenge this week! He had  to research the name of the painting that his mum gave him and find out who the artist was.  Amazing research Louis.
Thank you so much for sharing all these fantastic pieces of art with us Louis and I hope we see even more of your art on the blog soon!

Read all about it! Art Gallery

  
Wow! Wow! Wow! Just look at this totally awesome volcano that Rafe has created! This is what his mum wrote:
Rafe made this paper mache volcano out of newspaper. It took us a while but he is really pleased with the end result and has been playing with it using some of his mythical creatures. It’s his new ‘lava world’.  Well done Rafe…I think your creation is ‘out of this world’!  Thank you for sharing it with us!
Oh my goodness, just take a look at this amazing butterfly that Darcy (Year 4) has created.  This is what her mum has written, “Darcy has really enjoyed the art project this week. She has made a paper mache butterfly. It’s not just any butterfly….. its a double sided giant butterfly 🙂 It has been messy but incredibly fun!!!”  Bravo Darcy and thank you so much for sharing this with us!
Look at these fantastic ghoulish ghosts that Aaron (Year 5) has made.  I think their expressions are just fab…thanks for sharing Aaron!
 
Take a look at this beautiful flower that Emi (Year 4) has created, using newspaper.  It is clear that she has patiently and diligently cut very individual ‘petal’ and the overall affect looks stunning.  Thank you so much for sharing this with us Emi!
Wow! Wow! Wow! Fern (Year 5) has made it onto the cover of Vogue….and I’m not surprised! ‘Introducing Fern, who as you can see, is modelling her latest creation, a fabulous dress made entirely out of newspaper. It is clear that she has used her artistic flair to the full and I particularly like the detail around the collar…I think a career in the fashion industry may be beckoning!’  This is what the fashion world has been waiting for and as it says on the front cover, it is modelled by The most beautiful girl in the world… and I think it would be hard to argue with that.  Amazing work Fern and thank you so much for sharing this with us!
I love this spooky, haunted house that Sabrina (Year 5) has made, complete with newspaper ghosts. Brilliant work Sabrina and thanks for sharing!
Goodness me! These planets are totally awesome and these brothers have worked really hard all week to create them.  This is what their mum wrote: “Here are our  newspaper art work for this week. It has taken the boys from Tuesday, until Friday, to create their planets. They were very patient. Kian (Year 6) has done Earth, Dillon (Year 1) has done Saturn and Conor (Year 4) has created Neptune from paper mache.”  I am so pleased you persevered and had the patience to complete these planets because the end result is fantastic.  Thanks for sharing these with us!
Islwyn and Mostyn have really enjoyed the newspaper task.
Islwyn made a ‘Sausage dog’ pattern and Mostyn made some abstract patterns. Mostyn used columns from the paper, which looked like bookmarks. They have decided they are going to laminate them and tie some ribbon at the end to make them into bookmarks!  What a fantastic idea and thank you for sharing them with us boys!

Wow! This a an absolute MASTERPIECE! Lola (Year 3) has done an amazing job,  as it looks simply stunning.  This is what her mum wrote: “She has used her own magazines to cut out some ‘word art’ to form the statement ‘Art is Amazing, by Lola’. She has then added pictures from the magazines showing some of her favourite animals, celebrities and fruit! Finally, the background has been coloured in to form a rainbow!” Thank you so much for sharing this with us Lola!

 

These spectacular butterflies have been carefully made by Florence (Year R) and she has done a fab job because I think they look amazing.  This is what Florence said: ” Mum & I looked for ideas to make with paper & came across a video to make these butterflies. I picked some colourful pages from last week’s radio times to make them.” Thanks for sharing them with us Florence!

Wow! Just look at this! Amelia (Year 1) did a brilliant paper mache balloon Her mum says,  “She was amazed that when it dried and she popped the balloon the newspaper stayed in shape.  She made her own paper mache paste from flour and water as we had none at home..” Another new skill you have learnt Amelia…Well done to you and mummy and thanks for sharing!

Oh my goodness!  Just look at this truly stunning hat that Alana (Year 4) has made completely out of newspaper!  Alana skillfully moulded the newspaper into shape and then she  got to use her water mixable oil colours so she developed the new skill of  mixing the paint correctly  to get the right consistency.  Amazing results Alana!  It is just a shame that Ascot is cancelled this year as it would look fabulous there…maybe next year!  Thank you for sharing this with us.

 Denzel has been busy creating at home and he learned to make these brilliant boast with old calendar and I think that they are superb.  He is now waiting for it tos stop raining so that he can go outside and play with them! Fantastic work Denzel and thanks for sharing them!

What a beautiful flower that Emma (Year 4) has mad, using newspaper.  Equally beautiful is the message ‘HOPE’ that goes with it.  Thank you for sharing this with us Emma.

I love these ‘cute’ newspaper ghosts that Eva (Year 5) has made. Thanks for sharing them Eva!

Wow!  I think that this newspaper picture by Calin (Year 4) is simply stunning!  I know it has taken him a great deal of time and effort to create this ‘masterpiece’, but I’m so glad he did because the end result is just brilliant.  Thank you so much, Calin, for sharing this with us!

Goodness me! What a fantastic array of zoo animals that Tommy (Year 4) and Chloe (Year 2) have made.  It must have taken a great deal of time and patience to carefully cut them all out.  Well done – and thank you for sharing!

This stunning newspaper picture has been created by Emily (Year 5).  I absolutely love her use of translucent paint to add a beautiful sheen to her picture.  Bravo Emily and thanks for sharing!

Wow! Wow! Wow! I am totally blown away by this amazing newspaper picture that Johan (Year 3) has created…it truly is a Work of Art!  Everything from the tree, to the flowers and the sky are just fantastic.  Thank you so much for sharing this with us Johan – I’m sure that you will inspire others to have a go!

Art Gallery Week Beginning 09/06/20

Wow! Just look at these terrific t-shirts! Aurora (Year 4)  and Raffaella (Year 1) have used fabric dye pastels to create an Hawaiian design on t-shirts. The sisters  really enjoyed making these and I think they are real ‘works of art’! Bravo girls and thanks for sharing!

Phoebe (Year 3) has done a stunning job making this magnificent mansion! I think Phoebe could definitely have  a career as an architect or interior designer. Well done Phoebe and thank you for sharing this with us!

Wow! Just have a look at this totally adorable fairy that Eva (Year 2) has carefully made out of crepe paper and pipe cleaners.  I think it looks absolutely stunning! Thank you so much for sharing this with us Eva!

Goodness me!  Look at this amazing Lava Lamp that Cian has made for his STEM task this week  He made it by  using some oil & water, then placing a few drops off food colouring into it. Finally he  placed a Alkaline-Seltzer tablet into the glass. The end result looks spectacular.  Thanks for  sharing this with us Cian.

Wow! Just take a look at these incredible insects that Christina (Year R) has created.  These insects have taken Christina a long time to make them. First she carefully moulded them into shape and once they had hardened she carefully coloured her insects in.  I know they took Christina a long time, but the effort was well worth it because they are totally amazing! The insects are now dry and ready to go on her shelf at her room… I bet they will look awesome in there.  Well done Christina and thank you so much for sharing them with us.

Look at this terrific party blower that Humphrey (Year 1) has made for his art project this week.  I wonder if he can play any tunes with it, or if he can use it to wake up his family first thing in the morning!  Thanks for sharing this with us Humphrey.

The children from Starfish class listened to a story all about feelings.  They then drew an animal linked to how they felt. Christina drew a parrot because she loves colours and adventure and Noah drew a giraffe because he was feeling tall!

How are you feeling?

Read all about it! St Peter’s are IN THE NEWS!

I continue to be amazed by the  fantastic artwork that has been shared on the Blog..huge thanks to everyone who has taken the time to email their creations to me.

 I have been busy in school this week, but have also found the time to attend to my garden, in between the blustery winds and odd shower!  Our tortoise, Shelley, has also been enjoying the garden, but I was less impressed when she broke free and started to eat my plants!  Lots of you will know how long it has taken me to grow and nurture them, so it was a shock to see Shelley nibbling my fuchsia bush!

Anyway…this week’s challenge:

Read all about it! St Peter’s are IN THE NEWS!

For this week’s Art Challenge I would like you to produce some art using old newspapers or magazinesIt can be anything from cutting out shapes and creating your own abstract art, or landscape, to making something using Paper Mache.  What you make can be left black and white or even painted (using watercolours is very effective).  Whatever you create I’m sure you will ‘Make the headlines’ on the Art Blog!

Ideas to inspire you:

    

 

However, if this doesn’t appeal to you can still send any other art work to me and I will post that on the Blog too.

Please email your artwork to me:

n.pearson@stpeterswaterlooville.hants.sch.uk

Thank you

Keep creating and keep safe!

 

Mrs Pearson

Art Gallery 01/06/20

This amazing  pyramid made of Lego has been patiently made by Ben (Year 3) Ssshh I’ll let you into a secret… there is  a mummy in the burial chamber! This is brilliant Ben and thanks for sharing!

Wow! Essie has been busy creating figures, making flowers and creating sparkly things 💕.  It is clear that she has spent a great deal of time on these crafts. Fantastic work Essie and thanks for sharing!

ALOHA! Ruby (Year 4)  and her mum have been busy creating these fantastic Hawaiian crafts. They made the flower garlands out of tissue paper and the masks were made out of clay which they then painted. I think they look incredible and very realistic…just right for an Hawaiian themed party in the garden! Great work Ruby….and your mum…and thanks for sharing!

This fabulous painting has been created by Caitlin (Year 5) and she wrote:  ‘I have completed this art work with a message to my friend Eva. My message is, is it me is it you, I am protecting my friend.‘ Bravo Caitlin and thanks for sharing!

Animal MAGIC – Art Gallery

 

These pictures are truly a work of art! They have been created by Josh (Year 6) and Emelia (Year 4), using spray paints.  They have put in a great deal  of time and effort, but it well well worth it because the end result totally amazing.  Great work on the unicorn Emelia and the elephants Josh and thanks for sharing!

 

Wow! These painted stones, by Emily (Year 5), are totally amazing.  She has taken her time and very carefully drawn and painted them and I don’t know which is cuter…the dog or the unicorn…I can’t decide, can you?  Fab work Emily and thank you so much for sharing them with us

I just love the creativity that has gone into the making of this ‘Alien dragon’, by Luke (Year 2) . He has used sticklebricks and as you can see he has done a superb job.  Bravo Luke!

Oh my goodness! This picture of a tortoise giving a panda a ride, by Riya (Year 4), is simply adorable.  I just love the expression on the panda’s face.  Wherever they are going i think it’s going to take an awfully long time!  Great picture Riya and thanks for sharing.

Wow! Wow! Wow! These leaf animals are just simply stunning! Maksym (Year 2) has made the magnificent lion, while his sister Dominika (Year 4) has made this delightful bird.  I just love them!  Thank you for sharing them with us.

What a majestic lion that Amelia has painted, using just her fingers! It looks absolutely awesome – thanks for sharing this Amelia!

Sabrina (Year 5)  has been busy creating a ‘Minecraft Farm’ with lots of animals.  Can you spot them all? Thanks for sharing this with us Sabrina.

Look at these beautiful peacocks that Dillon (Year 1) and Conor (Year 4) have made.  As you can see, they used finger painting to created the fabulous, multi-coloured tails.  Brilliant work boys and thank you for sharing!

 

Kian (Year 6) has very cleverly morphed different animals together to create new mythical creatures.  Can you see what animals he has morphed together?  Wonderful creativity Kian – thank you so much for sharing this with us.

The Jordan family have enjoyed making these awesome origami farm animals.  Ethan (Year 4) Katie (Year 2) and Isla and Eve (Year 1) have worked together to make their own ‘farm family’. As you can see, they have done an amazing job…well done and thanks for sharing!

I love this picture of a turtle that Joe (Year 6) has drawn.  It’s very cute and extremely well drawn. Thanks for sharing!

 

Mostyn (Year 3) has done an amazing job with the animal magic challenge this week! This is what his mummy wrote: ‘Mostyn started drawing a rhino from a You-Tube video. He did two different versions, but then decided this was too tricky to transfer onto the brick!! He then drew a rabbit! We have been planting in our flower bed and when digging a hole for some lavender Mostyn dug up this huge brick! He decided he wanted to paint his rabbit on this! 🙈’  Wow! you have done a spectacular job Mostyn and I’m sure you have inspired other children to give these creation a try.  Thank you so much for sharing them with us!

This delightful seal has been made by Islwyn (Year 6) and really shows off his talent for creating crafts.  This is what he wrote:  ‘At the weekend I made a seal from felt. I cut out a pattern then sewed it together. I used a sewing machine for some of it and then a needle and thread for the rest. I chose a seal as I am in Seal Class!’  Wonderful work Islwyn and thanks for sharing!

These sisters have been busy creating again this week and this time they have painted these superb stones.  Eva (Year 5) has made this lovely ladybird…..

while Emma (Year 4) has made this terrific turtle. Both of them are adorable…thanks for sharing them with us girls!

This super, cute panda has been drawn by Aaron (Year 5).  As you can see, he has plenty of bamboo shoot to eat! Great work Aaron!

Just look at this stunning picture that Lola (year 3) has created.  This is what her mum wrote about it: ‘Lola’s ‘animal inspiration’ comes from the fact that during our daily walks, we go and say ‘hello’ to a number of horses that are kept in fields local to us. We don’t know any details of these horses, however, Lola has fallen for each of them, even giving them names; Bella, Blaze, Buttercup, Blacksmith, Blueberry, Bonnie and Beauty. Lola’s picture is of ‘Blaze’ who has a stripe across her left shoulder. The rainbow reference relates to the Covid 19 crisis and that we remain forever hopeful!’  What a totally brilliant reason for your artwork this week Lola.  Thank you for sharing this with us Lola…and mum!

What an absolutely amazing lion mask that Hattie (Year 2) has made, using a cardboard box.  It looks totally awesome and I love the detail that she has added to the face. Well done Hattie and thanks for sharing!

Wow! Look at this spectacular drawing and painting of a lion by Alana (Year 4).  After drawing the lion she then finger painted the mane on.  Is there no end to Alana’s talents?! Thank you for sharing this with us!

 William has got a very vivid imagination and have come up with this amazing animal. He  has created a Dragat, which is a cross between a dragon and a cat. It lives in a volcano that shoots out lava. It eats meat but not humans… Phew! Thank goodness for that!  Fantastic drawing William – well done!

Meanwhile his brother George (Year 3) has drawn this spectacular,  super fierce fox using his favourite colours. He has used oil pastels, which make  the colours really vibrant.  Brilliant work George and thanks for sharing!

 

This is a very impressive drawing of a Great White Shark by Noah (Year 4).  He is fascinated by them and has been watching lots of documentaries about them with his family.  As you can see, Noah has included lots of detail in his drawing.  Bravo Noah and thanks for sharing!

I just love this! Ben (Year 3) has painted a mythical creature, which is based on one of his  favourite toys called Stuffy. However, he  has added some wings to him and he looks superb.  I wonder where he would fly to on his first adventure? Well done Ben and thanks so much for sharing this with us!

What a spectacular Phoenix  that Calin (Year 4) has drawn.  It is very detailed and he has coloured it really carefully.  Top job Calin and thank you for sharing!

Oh my goodness!  Just take a look at these super cute penguins that Florence (Year R) has made.  Don’t they look fabulous?  She made one for herself and then kindly made one for her brother so that they could play with them together…what a very kind sister.  I bet they had fun!  Well done Florence and thanks for sharing!

I absolutely love Darcy’s imagination…she has created her own animals by putting two animals together.  Can you guess which animals she has put together? I think she has drawn and coloured them really well and added lots of detail.  Fantastic work Darcy and thank you so much for sharing these with us!                                                                                  (Answers: Giraffe and a butterfly; snake and a swan; duck and octopus)

Aimee (Year 3) and Sofia (Year 1) have been very busy making even more awesome artwork. As you can see, they have made an array of amazing animals which are all very delightful.  Great crafting girls and thank you so much for sharing!

Alfie (Year 5) has made a fantastic  dinosaur model, which he has  named is Skelabone. Alfie got this amazing dinosaur book as a present and the dinosaur was flat packed in the book and Alfie took his time to carefully construct it and put it altogether.  As you can see he has done a splendid job…  Bravo Alfie!

This magical, mythical unicorn has been drawn by Catherine (Year 1) and I think it looks awesome! Did you know that the unicorn is the national animal of Scotland? Amazing drawing Catherine and thank you for sharing!

Look at this amazing drawing of a Bombay cat by Brayden (Year 4).  Not only has he drawn the cat beautifully, but he has also done a great background. Fab work Brayden and thanks for sharing!

This fabulous bird has been carefully coloured by Joseph (Year 5) and really does look stunning. Well done Joseph!

Wow! This multi-coloured gorilla has been brilliantly coloured by Luke (Year 3) and it is clear he has done a truly outstanding job.  Thanks for sharing Luke!

Humphrey (Year 1) has drawn this magnificent lizard that he has called ‘Spike’.  I can see that he has really taken his time to carefully draw the detail on the lizard and the end result is amazing.  Great work Humphrey – thanks for sharing!

Wow! Look at this brilliant butterfly stone that Evie (Year 2) has made.  As you can see, she has carefully painted it and added glitter so that the overall effect is just amazing!  Well done Evie and thanks for sharing.

Art Challenge….ANIMAL MAGIC!

I hope you have all had a lovely half term and have managed to get outdoors and enjoy the magnificent weather.

I have managed to get out and about on my bike and enjoy the local area.  I often cycle through Queen’s Inclosure Woods and have recently discovered Billy’s Lake, which is beautiful.

                                                     Queen’s Inclosure                                             Billy’s Lake

Many of you will know that I have been doing lots of gardening in the last few weeks.  I was getting frustrated at the lack of flowers, considering all my hard work, but in the last ten days everything seems to have sprung to life.  I am particularly pleased with my poppies….maybe I do have green fingers after all!

 

 

ANIMAL MAGIC!

Anyway…back to business!….For this week’s Art Challenge I would like you to produce some art that is linked to ANIMALS!  Your animal can live on the land, in the sea or the sky. If you prefer, you can make your own mythical animal from your own imagination… or even a fusion of two animals.  It can be a drawing, a painting, it can be made from a kitchen roll tube,  a painted stone, made from things you find in the woods or at the beach or anything else that you can think of. I’m sure you will  create something ‘magical’, as always!

Ideas to inspire you:

   

However, if this doesn’t appeal to you can still send any other art work to me and I will post that on the Blog too.

Please email your artwork to me:

n.pearson@stpeterswaterlooville.hants.sch.uk

Thank you

Keep creating and keep safe!

 

Mrs Pearson