This week, a group of our talented Year 5 and 6 artists were given the opportunity to work with some of the latest software to produce their own 3d digital sculptures. Inspired by the ‘Liverpool Mountain’ installation (part of the Biennial celebrations), our artists carried out research and pondered the age old question of ‘what actually is art?’ We will shortly be using a 3d printer to produce our final design. Watch this space!
"Graphic design was amazing! I loved taking inspiration
from the biennial pieces to create our own original
Religious Art Project
Working collaboratively with pupils from our partner Muslim school, we have recently completed a religious artwork project. Each class carefully selected a piece of scripture from the Bible. Our artists then used a range of artistic techniques and skills to convey the important meaning behind the words in their designs.
""My favourite part about the Walker Art Gallery trip
was the illusion paintings. It was fascinating to see how the images seemed to move.
Also, I enjoyed working with children from different year groups who
all LOVE art!"
"Today we visited the Walker Art Gallery. My favourite part of the trip
was the 'Singh Brothers' exhibition. Their paintings were so vibrant and modern.
I enjoyed trying to recreate some of their work in my sketch book before heading
back to school."