Friday, 27 October 2017

Jackson Pollock

Last week we had an AMAZING art lesson where we learnt all about this famous artist called Jackson Pollock and his unique painting technique.

Read Hope T's recount below!

RING. The bell went for all of the students to go back to class.we all arrived to class. we sat on the mat and waited for a while. Room 7 came into our classroom because we were doing painting.
Good morning Room 7 and 8 Miss Morrison said we are going to do painting today not just any kind of painting and painting from a famous arts. Well my beautiful teacher miss Morrison showed us what the painting looked like and who the famous arts was. First she made one for us to look at then she told us about the famous arts his name was jackson pollock the painting he made was a very expensive because the painting he made was a very amazing art he sold it for $140 million.

We all lined up outside of the classroom and we waited for the teachers to come in the front so we can head off .

Down stairs to the grass near the park. I put the cardboard down. We went somewhere and separate because we might splash the paint on them. Some people stood up and some people sat down. we all started. we splashed the painted everywhere we splashed and splitted the paint. I used black and it looked like night I flicked the stick like a wound and I drizzled  the black and white and it look like storm. I flicked the stick and it made blobs of paint . I went with the paint and almost covered the whole cardboard. finally we finished we all lined up.
We went back to class and we put all of our painting on the tables in Room 8's classroom.
Click on some of the blog posts to hear more recounts about our art lesson. 
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Stephney @ Tamaki Primary School: Splittering Art: On wednesday the 18th room 8 and room 7 were learning about splattering art.It was really fun and I enjoyed.We went outside and got some st...

Timote @ Tamaki Primary School: Art Action

Fe'ao @ Tamaki Primary School: Art work-Fe'ao:This is a recount about the art room 8,7 and some room 5 kids did hope you like it :)

Here are some photos from the lesson!

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