Thursday, 17 March 2016

Agapanthus Artworks

This term we created artworks based in our local environment. Around the western fence line of our school we have numerous agapanthus plants.  During the start of term one these plants are in full bloom. The agapanthus flowers were our inspiration and motivation for our artworks.

The process we went through for creating our artworks included observation, sketching in pencil, painting in acrylics and highlighting with vivid. We ended up with a wide variety of paintings and some of these are included in this post, along with photographs from stages of the process.

                  

7 comments:

  1. Good day Ruma Tahi how's it going ? I really enjoyed all your art it looked lovely this term.My class will be doing some sgraffito art.It will look awesome when we are finished. we will probably post them on our blog so everyone can see it and you could even give it a try. I really liked how you guys showed us some of your best art pieces they looked like quality art you find from a art gallery. I would have liked it if you showed us some more examples of your art because I really enjoyed the art you did.

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  2. Good day Ruma Tahi how's it going ? I really enjoyed all your art it looked lovely this term.My class will be doing some sgraffito art.It will look awesome when we are finished. we will probably post them on our blog so everyone can see it and you could even give it a try. I really liked how you guys showed us some of your best art pieces they looked like quality art you find from a art gallery. I would have liked it if you showed us some more examples of your art because I really enjoyed the art you did.

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  3. Kia ora Ruma Tahi, I’m Pyper from Jerusalem, I really like the way that you used lots of detail in the flowers. The flowers remind me of my mum's flowers that she keeps on the table. I was wondering why you used the colours you did? Maybe next time you could try drawing them in the wild.

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  4. Kia ora Ruma Tahi, my name is Meesha and I go to Saint Patrick’s school. I really like the way you put nice colours on the art work, it looks amazing. Maybe next time you could show us more and you could make the art work look more like the wild and not just flowers.

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  5. Hi Ruma Tahi, I really liked the artwork you guys did because of the colours you used. Your class is very artistic. Maybe you could teach me how to paint like this. Maybe next time you could take pictures of the paintings in the different stages of being made.

    From danica at St Patrick’s school

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  6. Hi Ruma Tahi, I really like the flower that you painted and i think that next time you could add less small thing and just focus on the big thing like the small lines you could add more space in between them.

    From Zane at PanmureBridge school

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