Y9’s designed and constructed a 3D object from everyday life.
They were first tasked with choosing an object and drawing it from 4 different angles. Finally, they had to draw the cardboard sections whilst thinking about texture, thickness and structure to build their complete cardboard constructions!
Y7 students studied 3D art sculptures based on artist Joan Miro.
Students were able to explore and experiment with cameras and forming a cardboard sculpture. The students enjoyed cutting and shaping the sculptures into a three dimensional piece of art and placed them in a handmade photography studio where they took some inspiring photographs.
Over the past few weeks Year 9 have worked extremely hard within lessons and produced some wonderful paintings and drawings. The students have learnt how to use a range of media and materials to make their work look realistic and detailed. Well done Year 9- fabulous half term!