Thursday, June 28, 2012

My Favourite Art

My favourite piece of art had lots of colours that I liked. I also liked the way he did it, because it had a lot of detail. If I had did that art I would do the same piece of art.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Grace Clay Work shop

As we entered it looked like a rainbow was in here. They were lots of colours on the walls and on the saelens, But not paint shiny glass. We first got an apron put it on and then sat down.
Sue and Georgia told us the instructions. Then we got to work, some started their clay
and some were still thinking. I started got my clay and got my kebab stick and cut out the sides.I cut my clay and rolled up the leftovers and got this glue made out of clay and water. First I did cross hatches on the clay around the edges then put the glue over. I went to the glass after doing my decorations inside. I put my shiny glass in the glay, Sue said that the glass will melt into the clay.           

Friday, June 8, 2012

Claude Monet

Claude Monet was a french impressionist painter who enjoyed painting the same subject, landscape or cityscape. Each painting was captured a moment in time. In each season there was different colours in light.

Monet created a beautiful water garden at his home in Giverny and used it as his subject over and over again. He liked the way the water was constantly reflecting the world.

The painting of the japanese bridge show an arched  bridge crossing a pond. The pond also changes colours throughout the day or season. It is surrounded with trees and shrubs reflecting light of it surface.