jueves, 11 de abril de 2019

Keith Haring

This year, the 1st grade students started our Art School Project with the famous American artist Keith Haring. He was drawing at an early age, which he learned from his father. You can see his drawings in the subway and on the streets in New York City. 

Here you can watch a video about Keith Haring's artwork:





This is the students' work inspired by Keith Haring. They created their own figures in different poses:



Giuseppe Arcimboldo

Have you heard of Giuseppe Arcimboldo? That is a funny name, right? He is the second artist that 1st grade students studied in our Art School Project.
He was born in Milan, Italy, in 1527. He is very famous for his portraits of human heads made up of vegetables, fruit and flowers.


What do you see? Can you name the diferent things Giuseppe used to make the face?

Here you can see the students' fruit and vegetable portraits, inspired by the work of this artist:





































Video about the Arcimboldo's portraits:

martes, 9 de abril de 2019

CLAUDE MONET

We continue to work on ART. This time the 5th graders learned about the life and art style of the Impressionist artist Claude Monet.

Here you have two videos with some information about Claude Monet and his artwork:


 

And here you have some pictures of the artwork the 5th graders made inspired by Claude Monet's Water Lilies:

Water Lilies
Claude Monet, 1919


 

Van Gogh

This year we are working on the topic ART at the school. In November, the 5th graders started to work on Van Gogh and his artwork. They learned about his life and his paintings, and they created their own artworks inspired by his art.

Here is a short video about his life and his art style:

 

 These are some photos of our artwork:
  • Wheatfield with crows (1890) 



  • Bedroom in Arles (1888)
  • Sunflowers (1888)




miércoles, 3 de abril de 2019

Galician Arts Day - Luís Seoane


This year the Day of Galician Arts (1 April) was dedicated to the Galician artist and writer Luís Seoane. Here you have some photos of the art projects our students created to celebrate this day:




And here you have some information about Luís Seoane and his art:

martes, 26 de marzo de 2019