Our last drawing lesson with Ms. G was really fun!!!! We will really miss having her introduce us to new drawing techniques. Today’s class had the students fold one paper in half and draw the top half of a picture … Continue reading →
Today’s drawing lesson had us use our imagination. We divided the paper into 4 boxes. In one box we drew something that bothered us, in another box we drew our make-believe invention, in the third box we drew a make-believe … Continue reading →
Today’s Art Lesson focused on strengthening our hand-eye coordination. We created drawings through a process called “blind contour drawing”. Students studied an object (and kept their pencil on the page and eyes only on the object) as they drew the … Continue reading →
Ms. Wyllychuk, the school counsellor, visited our class today to introduce everyone to the terms “bucket filler” and “bucket dipper”. If you are a “bucket filler”- your words and actions make others (and yourself) feel good. Their bucket is filled. … Continue reading →
Our second drawing lesson introduced us to shading our pencil marks with our finger- also known as smudging. We have started to draw images paying particular attention to ensuring we have added features to our work.
We are participating in a drawing course. Ms. G. is teaching us drawing techniques in our own sketch book. We are using special pencils too. We are lucky enough to have eight drawing sessions with Ms. G. over the next … Continue reading →
Ms. Carly, our Youth and Family Worker, introduced us to the artist Joan Miro. Miro’s work is whimsical and uses shapes and often bright colours. Students created their own inspired Miro drawing while playing a game. Students took turns to … Continue reading →