Lockdown Artwork

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Lockdown Artwork

Students have completed a variety of tasks during their home study over the lockdown period. The projects undertaken were as follows:

Year 7 - A view out of a window

Year 7 pupils were asked to draw the view out of a window and the following week extended the work further by drawing the view inside the room.

Joshua 7E
Olida 7E
Nehemiah 7E
Patrycja 7M

Year 7 - Martin Parr response

Pupils were asked to create a mini photography project based around the EVENTS that have recently happened and are still having an impact on our daily life and routines during COVID pandemic. They looked at the work of the artist Martin Parr who records /photographs everyday events that happen in all our lives.

Martin Parr Response Evaluation

These are my photographs taken during Lockdown – they show what is happening in the world and what I did during lockdown.
I personally found the experience of Lockdown fun because I learnt more things about myself and learned more hobbies.
My work relates to Martin Parr as I have shown what is happening in my life.
I think the most successful photograph is the one where I made my earrings.
I have selected this piece because it was colourful.
Using the art form of photography allowed me to show how creative I am and show different elements of colours.

Alaysia 7A

 

Alaysia 7A "Earrings"
Alaysia 7A "Cheeky takeaway"
Alaysia 7A "Climate change"

Martin Parr Response Evaluation

These are my photographs taken during Lockdown – they show my weird time in lockdown.
I personally found the experience of Lockdown very challenging as I don’t like change in routine.
My work relates to Martin Parr as I have used my photos to show my life.
I think the most successful photograph is ‘Cat in the snow’.
I have selected this piece because this was the first time he had experienced snow.
Using the art form of photography allowed me to capture and share memories.

Joshua 7E

Joshua 7E "Cat in Snow"
Joshua 7E "Boredom Toilet"
Joshua 7E "Hamster exercising"

Year 7 & 8 - Send a letter

Year 7 and 8 were set the challenge to think about someone you haven’t seen for a long time, or, somebody who is lonely. They had to write a write a letter/a message in a creative way.

Eliza-May 8M
Evans 8M
Katie 8A
Kieran 8S

Year 8 - Yayoi Kusama responses

Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist who is sometimes called ‘the princess of polka dots’. Although she makes lots of different types of art – paintings, sculptures, performances and installations – they have one thing in common: dots! Year 8 students were asked to create a ‘dotty’ piece of art work.

Bianca 8M
Levi 8R
Nethra 8R
Sarvesh 8E

Year 7 & 8 - Coffee Painting

As some students are limited by the amount art materials that they have at home, students were introduced to the idea of painting with coffee.

Kacper 8T
Kieran 8S
Maddison 8R
Rishi 8A

Year 9 - Artist study

Year 9 art students were given a selection of artist to research for their identity unit of work. Here are some of the studies of their work.

Lily 9T
Lisa 9R
Mebin 9S
Naomi 9S

Year 10 - Frida Kahlo and Symbolism

Year 10 are currently looking at the artist Frida Kahlo who uses symbolism in her work. Here are some drawings and design ideas for their final outcomes.

JJ 10S
JJ 10S
Surya 10A
Surya 10A

Year 11 - Fragment Outcomes

Year 11 have been developing work based around the theme of ‘fragments’. These outcomes are pieces of work in progress. 

 

Alicia 11P
Christiana 11A
Diya 11R
Merin 11P
Mikaela 11A
Sofia 11E