Art Gallery               Click on the first picture in the row to see all of them enlarged

 

Impressionism.  Artwork inspired by the paintings and techniques used by Camille Pissaro.  Year 5.

Year 5, continuing on with the style of Camille Pissaro, looked at how his work progressed and became very 'dotty'.  This technique is known as pointillism.

Year 3 Artwork inspired by Paul Gaughin's Tahitian landscapes.

Climeatepics by Year 6.  Imaginative artwork showing how our local landscape could look after extreme global warming.  Inspired by the work of local photographic artist Jason Elliot.

Art Exhibition at Blackshaw Head Chapel

Stained glass windows by year 1.

 

Viking Ship collage by year 3/4 and Viking Longboat figure heads by year 4/5.

 

Personality portraits by year 6.

 

Colourful artwork inspired by the artist Joan Miro by year 3/4.

 

Artwork inspired by artist Paul Klee by year 6.

 

Celtic huts in clay by year 2.

 

Sunsets and silhouettes, using chalk pastel by year 2.

 

Circus clowns by year 3/4.

 

Mixed media artwork using charcoal, collage and vintage document pages.

 

Mill town, stylised chalk pastel sketches by year 6

 

 

Nursery have worked together to create a big book of our favourite Julia Donaldson books. Each child has painted a picture from their favourite story and said why they like it, here are a selection… Please call into Nursery to look at it or watch for it being displayed around school.

 

Decorated trees for the Arts Festival opposite the White Lion Hotel

 

Hebden Royd children in the Handmade Parade

 

Tour de France float - Year 4/5 - Read about this on Year 4/5 class page.

 

 

Stained glass windows for Easter - Year 6

 

 

Designing and printing T-shirts - Year 2

 

 

Posters and bunting for this year's Tour de France  - Year 3/4

 

Bunting for the Tour de France by Year 4/5

 

Gaudi inspired mosaic pictures by Year 6 

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Picasso inspired 'Cubist portraits' by various year groups

 

Space Artwork and diaramas by Year 4/5

 

Snowmen paintings in the style of Raymond Briggs by Reception