SUMMER SYLLABUS 2019
Our theme this term is going to be FOOD! The art and designs we can make with food and its sources.
And the Artists who have been inspired by the wonders of nature and food, including some great Aboriginal artists also looking at Matisse, Gustav Klimt and Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
The children shall be experimenting with a wide range of materials, including sculpture, printmaking and drawing and also designing their own tie dye T-shirts.
- MAKING YOUR OWN RAIN STICKS, USING CARDBOARD TUBES AND RICE.
- STILL LIFE. DRAW A PEPPER, PAINT USING WATER COLOUR, ADDING SOME COLOUR AND TONES.
- BUILD YOUR OWN PEOPLE AND STRUCTURES OUT OF VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.
- PRINT MAKING, USING DIFFERENT NATURAL FOOD TO MAKE YOUR DESIGNS.
- TIE DYE T SHIRTS.
- PAINTING A FRUIT TREE, USING SPONGING TECHNIQUES.
- INSECTS AND SYMMETRY.
- ABORIGINAL ART, STUDY THE SYMBOLISM OF ANCIENT AUSTRALIAN ART AND MAKE YOUR OWN ARTISTIC STORY.
- UNDERGROUND WORLDS……INVENT YOUR OWN WORLD UNDER THE EARTH AND TREES, USING COFFEE.
- MAKE YOUR FAVOURITE MEAL OUT OF CLAY.
- PAINT YOUR FOOD TO MAKE IT LOOK AS REALISTIC AS POSSIBLE.
- FINISH WORK, ART GAMES.
ARTYFACTS ART SYLLABUS SPRING 2019
This term we will be looking at city-scapes, and the different ways to observe and record them, including birds eye views, vanishing points and light and the shadows that are produced from our natural and man-made worlds. We will also be building using clay tiles and etching into plaster and designing are own bags.
- Painting a backdrop using one colour plus white to create a tonal gradation for our town. (this is a two-step project and will be completed in the following week.)
- Studying different types of buildings; we will draw 5 buildings in pen and ink to place over our painted backdrop.
- The magnificent Royal Pavilion, experiment with the contrasts of chalk pastels on black paper.
- How to achieve distance on a flat surface using a vanishing point and light and shadow.
- Looking from above ‘birds eye view’ design a farm. Using oil pastel and paint.
- After taking a visual journey, with your eyes closed, using the techniques you have learnt in the last few weeks, you will draw the places you have traveled, using water colour pencils.
HALF TERM** MONDAY 18TH FEBRUARY FRIDAY 22ND FEBRUARY
- Using clay tiles, you will learn how to build a cube which can be made into a house for your miniature world next week.
- Miniature worlds.
- How a liquid can become a solid, making plaster. Etch into the hard plaster and then let the water colour paint absorb into the porous rock.
- Drawing to different types of music in groups, express how the music makes you feel using marks, shapes and colours.
- Design your own bags.
ART SYLLABUS SUMMER 2018
- Comic strip stories about events in your holiday.
Water colour pencils.
- Charcoal drawings. Draw a still life of your shoe.
- Slide show of Jean Miro the artist. Make images inspired by the artist while listening to music.
- Charcoal drawings. Invent a musical instrument. Invent a robot. Invent an animal.
- Print making. Studying nature.
- Studying the artist Henri Rousseau. Using some images from last week’s print making of nature to create a jungle and animal composition.
- Clay sculpting, create a Henri Rousseau world in a box.
- Pop artist, Roy Lichtenstein. Can you create a painting using dots and comic scenes?
- Glass painting on tiles. Using black outlines and dots, make individual works or use 4 tiles to make one whole image.
- Painting on canvas inspired by Another pop artist! Andy Warhol. Looking at food products.
- Self-portrait. Completing the other half of the photograph of you. Using different light and dark tones.
- Food sculpture, using fruit and vegetables.
- Miniature tin paintings.
13 Art Games.
SYLLABUS JANUARY 2018
1. INK, discovering different techniques to block and bleed inks, using Tape, oil pastels, and coffee filters.
2. Looking at The artist HUNDERTWASSER, his use of colour and line. Your decorated coffee filter (from last week) will become an air balloon that floats across the artist’s landscape.(using tape, oil pastel, and ink.)
3. The Painter of animals, FRANZ MARC, became famous for his pictures of blue horses, yellow cows, and red cats. Using animal stencils and chalk pastels create your chosen animal.
4. STILL LIFE, watercolour studies of fruit.
5. Illustrate a story, Pencil drawing and then use coloured paper instead of paint to colour it in.
6. PANDORA’S BOX. Using plasticine and fabric create a world in a box.
7. GLASS PAINTING. Using patterns and designs decorate your own stained glass window.
8. FABRIC PAINT. Design your own pillowcase.
9. FREEDA KAHLO and self-portraits. Draw yourself to express how you feel.
10. PUPPETS, Make a creature come to life.
11. ART GAMES.
1. CHALK PASTEL ON COLOURED PAPER.
“ My Coloured days.
2. BLACK AND WHITE COLLAGES.
3. CLAY TECHNIQUES. Making food to go.
4. PAINTING CLAY FOOD.
5. HALLOWEEN MASKS , casting from moulds, using moulds.
Half term 16th -27th October
7. DRAWINGS , PREPARING FOR PRINTING. Patterns and Designs.
8. MONO PRINTING ON FABRIC and coloured paper.
9. MARC CHAGALL . LOOKING AT THE ARTISTS PAINTINGS.
Drawing dream like drawings for next week’s paintings.
10. CANVAS PAINTINGS, inspired by CHAGALL, the artist, using watercolour techniques.
11. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS , USING CLAY SLABS.
12. PAINT AND DECORATE.
13. SNOW GLOBES. * Please bring in a plastic jar .
Please note that in the event that the school is closed (for example due to bad weather or lack of heating), ARTYFACTS will not be able to hold classes. As these circumstances are beyond our control, we will be unable to provide a refund for the missed class.