We are excited to share with you the latest news from our art classes! Currently, our young artists are exploring the world of 3D art and creating some amazing artworks.
In grades 1 to 3, students are mastering the art of paper sculptures. We have been blown away by their creativity and resourcefulness in constructing lovely little caterpillars. Their skills in paper-folding and cutting are impressive, and they are having so much fun designing and creating their paper artworks.
Our grade 2 students’ project is equally impressive – a large paper sculpture of a tree with leaves bearing children’s rights written on them. This project is teaching children about inclusion, diversity, and equality while stimulating their imagination and creativity.
As for grades 4 to 10, the students are stepping up their game even more. They are working with clay to make figurines, bowls, or anything they can imagine, and their creations are already taking shape. They are also using their skills to design intricate sculptures using paper, turning the two-dimensional world into a three-dimensional masterpiece.
We are proud of our students’ exploration of the 3D art world and the creative energy they bring to our art classes. We can’t wait for you to see their art pieces at our end-of-year art show!
Meta Šolar, Art Teacher