Grade 9 students studied woodland native art and then created their own using similar techniques.
Grade 9’s created their own sculptures using soapstone. Here is some of their finished work!
Students creating sculptures based on works by Henry Moore.
Students creating their own woodland inspired art. Stay tuned for final products!
Students studied the Group of Seven then attempted to recreate some of their paintings using the same colours and brush strokes.
Finished work after studying and applying the techniques used in Henri Matisse’s work.
Students exploring the works of Vincent Van Gogh and trying to replicate his colours and brush strokes. Here is some of the finished work.
The Grade 9 “Aboriginal Arts & Culture” classes of 2013-2014 have set up a gallery display at the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board Office in Napanee (141 Dairy Ave, Napanee). Students and parents are encouraged to drop in and view the great display of artwork!
Beadwork inspired by First Nations weaving and beadwork. Students express personal style and individuality through one of a kind designs and unique, individual colour choices. Weaving looms are used as students become proficient with the same weaving process applied to rug, blanket and belt weavings.