This year our Grade 6 students worked on making their decorative paper mache masks as individual and original as possible. Some were mounted on a backing boards, others had additions and cut outs, transforming their shape and character. Congratulations to the students who created the few masks pictured here. Particular congratulations go to Maddy who added tulle beneath the face with great 3D effect.
Our Grade 1 students have the very talented Mrs Vicky Klepkas as their Art Teacher this year. She is very impressed with the skill level of her students who made these stunning woven owls. She found the idea on Pinterest. Congratulations to Vicky and her students on their fantastic artworks and their adherence to the maxim that “Quality work takes time”.
We enjoyed a great year in the Visual Arts area at Taylors Lakes Primary School in 2016. Our students worked hard and showcased their creativity in the Art Rooms, on this Blog and throughout the school. Today we start the 2017 school year and look forward to seeing more incredible artwork from our talented students. We would love to receive some Blog comments too. Happy New School Year everyone.
These are just a few of our Grade 6 students’ soft sculptures. They were made from new socks and were either hand or machine sewn by our students using instructions found on YouTube videos ( on our Grade 6 page). The owl ( made from a scarf) is by Vlad of 6KK. The elephant is by Lucy and the rabbit by Ebony. Congratulations to all our Grade Six students who are working hard to complete their characters and to finish our Year of the Monkey mosaic before Graduation.
Last term our Grade 6 students made wire sculptures in the style of such artists as Elizabeth Berrien. They used a variety of different wires from art supplier Zart along with their great range of wooden and plastic beads. The students also arranged wood off-cuts into a group sculpture which was photographed from different sides. Congratulations to all the students for their patience and perseverance as working with wire can be much harder than it looks.
Our Grade 6 students have made paper mache masks again this year. Formed over plastic molds, purchased from Zart Art in Box Hill, they feature four layers of paper and are painted and decorated to suit the individual student’s own design. Our congratulations go to the students whose masks are pictured above and to all the other students who put so much effort and imagination into their masks.