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Kids school and holiday art clubs

Sculpting with paper

Artist Ania Bas is working with children at Dundonald Primary School this term on project to make a new children’s picture book. She will help the children develop characters, storyline and  backgrounds.

She will explore collage, painting and paper sculpting in both 2 and 3 dimensions. Stories will be inspired by music and the children will invent new languages for their characters.

We began with exercises to develop our drawing skills.

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We explored characters through simple paper sculptures.

We drew and cut out 4 chunky symbols  - our initial, things we are good and bad at and our dreams.

IMG_6708 IMG_6711 IMG_6716 We had to make the 4 elements join together and stand independently, without glue or tape.IMG_6719 IMG_6723 IMG_6728 IMG_6730 IMG_6732 IMG_6733 IMG_6735 IMG_6736 IMG_6737 IMG_6738 IMG_6739 IMG_6740 IMG_6741 IMG_6742 IMG_6743 We then used the same technique to start developing a new character.IMG_6747 IMG_6753 IMG_6755 IMG_6758 IMG_6763 IMG_6766 IMG_6770 IMG_6771 IMG_6772

One Response so far.

  1. Louise Leonard says:

    My daughter is really enjoying art club and likes the fact she isn’t pressured.

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