A busy week for Art department and our creative Lyndhurst children! Reception have had fun making adorable animals from paper cups. Year 4 have been building Tudor houses with great concentration and the works of Romero Britto and Van Gogh have been explored, researched and recreated in the Prep years.
Thank you to Mrs Dodds and the Year 4 children for the wonderful Tudor Pouches and art on display! It is so nice to see their hard work around the school and for them to be proud of their creations too. The children have taken great care to recreate these authentic looking pouches using different…
The Art department at Lyndhurst are in full swing with lots of exciting new projects taking shape. Year 2 have been learning all about the bold colours and shapes in Kandinsky’s works. Year 3 have been carefully cutting leather in readiness for their Tudor pouches. Continuing with the Tudor theme, Year 4 have been exploring…
The children at Lyndhurst creativity is always impressive. Year 3 have continued their focus on architecture by designing their own house or building. Whilst in Year 4 they have painted their clay pots. Charles Fazzino’s artwork has inspired Year 5 to create beautiful London skyline pieces.
Lots of exciting projects in Art this week. Year 1 & 2 have begun their kite project, Year 3 have been exploring 3D scapes and architecture. Year 4 have put the finishing touches to their awesome Egyptian Death Masks – outstanding work! Year 6 have had great fun making designs for their very own board…
In Art this week the children had great fun creating African animals and huts continuing their African adventure. Mrs Dodds put together a lovely display in the reception area so we could all admire their hard work.
Reception class have been exploring nature, bugs and all things creepy crawly! They have been listening to the Ugly Bug Ball song and were inspired to create their very own bug masks.
Take a look at some more fantastic works of Art across the school this week and across our term’s topics and themes. African sunsets and vibrant colours, Viking sail boats, Egyptian finery and majestic Greek masks. It’s wonderful to see these pieces take shape and how each child creates something unique.
Lyndhurst children had great fun and showed true artistic imagination during art this week. Part of the outdoor theme continued as they designed and decorated wooden disks. Using colour, ink and intricate skills.
Year 4 have been having fun with their Ancient Egypt theme this term. What better way to embrace this than by designing some authentic Egyptian jewellery. All of the children used their knowledge on Ancient Egypt and what people important people wore to create some striking pieces.