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The Big Draw

Hawthorn - Year 4 - Lesson 1 - mark-making for jellyfish using 6b, 2b, graphite stick, biro and felt pen on long A2 scale. We tried to capture texture and movement.

Hawthorn - Lesson 4 - exploring Henry Moore's wax resist technique in our sketchbooks. We used candles and tealights to add texture and atmosphere to our drawings just like Henry Moore. We included images of Barbara Hepworth's work also.

Hawthorn - Lesson 3- group drawings combining Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore in 6b, graphite sticks, charcoal and chalk, biro and felt pen. Monumental drawings and mark-making for 2 monumental British sculptors.

Hawthorn Class - Lesson 2 - comparing Henry Moore with Barbara Hepworth

Year 2 - Using 2b & 6b pencils and our observational drawing skills to create whole class pieces of art!

3 pupils from Hawthorn have been inspired to sketch more Henry Moore forms at home

LESSON 1 - HENRY MOORE'S SKETCHBOOKS inspired Hawthorn class to fill a page with drawings of Henry's monumental sculptures. We used biro, 2b, 6b - just like the artist.

Ash Class have been drawing AUTUMN TREES and smudging with charcoal and chalk. Then they printed trees from Savoy cabbages and printed hedgehogs with sponges and the edges of lolly sticks.

In Elm class, we are drawing still life pictures of flowers. We have learned that we can only draw what we can see, we have learned to "tickle" the paper and to use smudging to make our pictures look more 3D. 

In Elder, we worked as a team to explore the work of Quentin Blake.  We learned about his imperfect, rugged lines and his creative characters.  After practicing in our sketch books, we enjoyed group drawing then celebrated each other’s work by perusing our gallery leaving feedback for our friends.  We then used watercolours to add to our drawings, focusing on using different shades of colours by mixing our palette.  


We looked at some Impressionist painters and their Still Life drawings of fruit and vegetables. 

Here are our observational chalk pastel drawings with chalk and charocal. Pictured are ongoing work and then final pieces. We were drawing for a sustained period of time - an hour.

Elder Class Year 4 - We love using chalk pastels to blend tints and shades of colours