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Tree of life whole school Art exhibition

Tree of Life Exhibition 2018

Ceramic Doodles workshop
Let's draw!
PTFA Design and make gifts
Woodford through the Seasons project
James Lewis, local artist displayed his work
KS2 Felt making club
KS2 Felt club made woodland animals
Jenny, local artist, displayed her work
Jenny Aryton, Glass artwork display
Year 4 - Digital Artwork - Capturing nature
Year 5, Pollard inspired artwork
Year 3 - Leaf Luminaries
Year 1 - Leaf hedgehog craft
Year 2 - Owl workshop with James Lewis
Woodland Animals
Year 2
Leaf luminaries
Plymouth scenes inspired by Pollard
Year 5
Year 6 - Tudor Portraiture
Year 6
Year 6 - Sketchbook portfolios
Year 6 - Portraits
Year 6
Portrait of Plympton entries 2018
Local competition - Portrait of Plympton
Self portraits
Foundation - Jewish Sukkots
KS2 - Collagraph Art club
Collagraph printed gift cards
Collagraph
KS2 Art club
Interactive glass etching - create your own beetle
Design and make your own glass beetle
Interactive printing workshop
Let's print!
James, our local artist discussing his work.
Ceramic Doodles
Woodford Choir open the exhibition

Tree of life Art Exhibition – Friday 5th October 2018

We were thrilled to be able to hold our first ever Art Exhibition last week. We had a fantastic range of Art work from each year group on display including digital artwork, candle holders, painting, leaf sculptures and 3d models. Also, we were able to offer ‘hands on’ art experiences from printing with Mrs Snell, our school governor to bug, glass etching with Mrs Ayrton our local glass artist. Mr Lewis exhibited some of his artwork alongside our showcase of ‘Woodford through the Seasons’ which was painted by 30 of our KS2 artists on four canvases, these are going to be displayed in the Year 5 shared area. Thank you too, to Ceramic Doodles who ran a design and make workshop, the Woodford PTFA for serving refreshments and the choir who performed beautifully. We have such talented artists at Woodford and the exhibition was a real celebration of all the children’s creativity and enthusiasm for the Arts. Well done everybody!

Mrs Beresford, Art Co-ordinator.

 

Here are some of the lovely comments and feedback received about this event:

A lovely event. So good to see all the artwork displayed and the children so excited to share it.

I would never have guessed that they were painted by the children! I would love to see more exhibitions of the children’s work after school in the future.

Well done to all the staff for bringing out the boy’s and girl’s creativity. Wow, we were so impressed at the paintings and how the children managed to work together.

What wonderful work! The children are truly talented.

 

 

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