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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

A Voluntary Academy

Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero


Creating colour circles in the style of Wassily Kadinsky





Colour mixing and creating field paintings in the style of the artist Mark Rothko. 

We created great field paintings by mixing the primary colours red, yellow and blue to make new secondary colours. 

We have focused on self portraits for the past couple of weeks in our art lessons. About to go on the wall are our soft pastel portraits (coming soon to this page!) This week we were presented with half of our face from a photograph. Our challenge was to use lines of symmetry to draw and finish with watercolour paints the  other half. We did a great job. Here are the results...😀🌟🎨
In our literacy lessons we have read some lovely books with important messages about being kind. One of these was 'The Rainbow Fish', who learnt the importance of sharing and giving. Inspired by this story and 'The Fish Who Could Wish' we designed our own 'kind' sea creatures. This week in our art lesson we brought out designs to life by recycling plastic water bottles. We are delighted with the results and next week will be writing a character description of our creature. These will hopefully be swimming onto our classroom walls very soon! smiley

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