Wednesday, October 26, 2011


You all knew perspective was the next classroom learning session. Today we will look at this concept and draw/colour ourself. This is got from the artsite of Mrs. Brown, I love it!

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

We created sponge fall scenes in the extra time

Tuesday We are working on the colour wheel, tints, tones and shadesUsing masking tape to preserve the white students used sponges to apply colourful paint to create this fall picture of trees

Wednesday, October 19, 2011


In todays class we covered black/white/colour concepts, tones and the colourwheel.

Monday, October 17, 2011

try this out

Here is a book about an artist and his technique click on the link to try your own creativity Jackson style!!!
Action Jackson
by Jan Greenburg
The artist Jackson Pollack is introduced in this short story.

Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordan
Illustrated by Robert Andrew Parker
Grades 2-5.
Booklist Best Books 2002
School Library Journal Best Books 2002
Publishers Weekly Best Books 2002
Sibert Honor Book

Starred reviews: Booklist, Kirkus, School Library Journal, Horn Book, Bulletin for Children's Books, and Publisher's Weekly

"Action Jackson" was Jackson Pollock's nickname, and this picture-book biography describes how this "athlete with a paintbrush" made one of his most famous works: the "drip painting" titled Lavender Mist. Using spare, lyrical words, the authors layer the exciting story with deep observations about what art is, how it is made, and why Pollock was so extraordinary.If you haven't tried this site for making your own Pollack masterpieces, you really must!

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Colour Theory

How exciting is colour theory? Lets see what we know and need to know.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Registration Day

Yes Registration is fast approaching

I have the co-op booked for tuesday and wednesday afternoons. Registration will take place on Wednesday only following thanksgiving in Canada. Please meet me between 1pm and 2pm

I look forward to seeing everyone and YES I missed the students over the summer. Hope everyone had a wonderful vacation and just by looking outside we see another school year upon us, Predictions for snow already.