Finished work after studying and applying the techniques used in Henri Matisse’s work.
The students in the grade 11 visual art class have created some new pieces for their sculpture unit. These sea-themed sculptures are made from paper and clay.
Check out these recent paintings done in the grade 11 visual arts class!
The Grade 10 and 11 Visual Arts classes get a little messy with their new pieces. The class was to make a sculpture from clay. Many of the students decided to create a very natural sculpture, like a branch, a clam, or a crab. Other students decided to make sculptures that made use of positive and negative space, leaving holes in their sculptures. Some, have even decided to make their sculpture practical by creating a ring holder, a key rack and even a candle holder. It is great to see the amount of diversity in the work and the amount of detail that goes into the pieces.
Grade 11 Students used pen on watercolour paper to create these beautiful images using detailed linework. Watercolour crayons were then used to add colour and washes to the work. The results are astounding. Many of these pieces are off to the Hotel Dieu Student Art Gallery!