Victory is proud to present our online art gallery showcasing the creativity and flair of Primary and Secondary students.
During COVID-19, taking time to reflect or create art, read a book, go for a walk or enjoy physical activity can have a positive impact on the well-being of students and their families. Teachers have seen a significant engagement within the Arts Teaching & Learning programme by students and we are sure, these artworks will delight and impress you with their inherent joy and expression.
In the gallery this week:
Each week, Year 6 students participated in a series of media arts photography challenges. Each challenge had a different focus on how to be successful with tricks, tips and hints.
Photography Challenge 1 - Get close and then Get Closer.
Photographers often get uncomfortably close to their subjects. When shooting a compelling close-up, we experimented with getting close and then getting even closer again, so that an area of the composition is hazy and out of focus. HINT: Think photography YOGA!
"Splat the Cat" Watercolour Collages by Foundation, inspired by the book "Splat the Cat" by Bob Scotton. We hope you enjoy this whimsical array of cats!
Year 1 are presenting their Primary colour wheels. They then used these bold and beautiful colours as a basis for dramatic line art drawings.
Taking inspiration from Sidney Nolan's iconic paintings, Year 4 proudly present their rendition of the 'Ned Kelly' series.