Author Archives: Anstee Leanne

Art Show – Big Success!

Art Show – Big Success!

Last week was the annual art show extravaganza! Thank you to everyone who came along to share on this magnificent night. Thanks also to everyone that helped make this art show a great success.  It was great to see so many families enjoying the students artworks and catching up with each other. Below are some photos of the evening – a great time was had by all!

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Grade 3 and 4 explore Paul Cezanne’s Apples

Grade 3 and 4 students working on still life drawings in pastels.

Grade 3 and 4 students working on still life drawings in pastels.

Grade 3 and 4 students exploring new techniques to create textured drawings.

Grade 3 and 4 students exploring new techniques to create textured drawings.

 

 

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Preps discover the work of Paul Klee

Preps discover the work of Paul Klee

The students of Belle Vue Primary have been exploring the work of artist Paul Klee.

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They have discovered that Klee loved to use colours and geometric shapes in his work. Here some of our Prep students are creating their own version of Castle and the Sun. Their work is Stunning!

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Art Room News

This Term in Art we have been working hard on many amazing drawing projects. The Junior school have been exploring lines in many different manners with a variety of mediums. The grade 3 and 4 students have completed a beautiful tree composition using oil pastels. The results are stunning. The year 5 and 6 classes have been working very hard on developing their shading skills using grey lead pencils. They have been drawing an amazing eye using the grey lead pencil in many different ways to create a realistic effect.

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Art Room News

Art Room News

Self Portraits

Students in Grade One and Two have been working on Self-portraits. They have studied the proportions and features of the face and come up with some amazing drawings. Students have used oil pastels on black paper to achieve stunning results.

Please visit our school office to view some of these amazing portraits.

 

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