Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. However, when it comes to artistic expression, truly magnificent masterpieces do not necessarily have to be pretty. Instead, the beauty of an artwork is closely linked to its ability to stimulate emotions within us. It is the artist’s potential to successfully communicate a wide variety of thoughts and feelings that make art beautiful. Art stills our deep longing for rhythm, balance, and harmony. When combined, these three elements form beautiful artworks that please our senses.
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Grade 1P Artwork
In order to enhance creativity, our Grade 1P pupils had great fun putting together artwork with a ‘Think Out of the Box’ idea. Well done everyone, your pictures are lovely.
Grade 3G Artwork
‘I am’ – Artwork with adjectives.
Each child chose 3 adjectives that they felt best describes who they are, which tied in with our Theme for the week: Me and My World: Who am I?
Our Bible activity
Memory Verse – Isaiah 46:9 “Be still and know that I am God.”
Creation Mobile: Genesis 1
Hand-prints Family Tree
Theme Work: My Family, My Culture – We enjoyed a very educational show & tell about our wonderful families as well as our various cultural holiday traditions. As an Art activity, we made a Hand-print Family tree, which was loads of fun.
Grade 5 – Lines and Textures
The focus in Grade 5 this term has been on playing with the use of lines to create textures and add a creative twist.