Tag: Art

Bee Art

LI: To use nature to create a bee.

Inspired by art creations by Raku Inoue we went outside and collected leaves, twigs, and other plants debris to create our own bee images. This is called the insect art, this was inspired by art creation by Raku Inoue we went outside and collected leaves, twigs, and other plants debris to create our own bee images.

The items we found was fallen onto the ground because we are trying to be sustainable with the products we were going to use. Once we created the bee, we decided to use the leftover material and make a tree out of the branches, and used the other sticks to make the ground. We also created the word “bee” as there were still left in our basket. I enjoyed doing this activity because my group was able to be creative with the items collected from outside, and make the specific insect creatively.

Bees are vital to our survival because they pollinate our plants, which helps us make food, but if we don’t have bees to be productive in our environment we would lose different types of food that needs the plants to make food.

Kandinsky Art

LI:to use colours that relate to your emotions from the music.

For the past couple of weeks LS2 has been investigating mood and atmosphere. We started by reading a variety of ANZAC poems, and highlighting how each sentence made us feel. Afterwards we answered different questions about how we felt during the poems. 

Our next step was to listen to a montage of music, and use colors to represent how we felt listening to each song. The circles had to be concentric, meaning they started in the middle of our page, and progressed outwards. This art was based of a russian artist by the name of Wassily Kandinsky. He would normally listen to opera music and paint how he feels.  

I really enjoyed doing this activity because doing this allowed me to express the emotions I felt while listening to the different types of music by painting the different types of colours I felt and making a concentric circle out of it.

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