We are looking at the work of William Morris, an artist and designer from the 1800’s. He designed textiles based on nature, combining abstract flower shapes with animals and birds. We are producing our own designs using methods of resist, both on fabric and paper.
Take a look over the coming weeks, of our experiments and creative artwork based on William Morris’s complex designs.
This term, we’re looking at the sculpture of 1960’s Pop artist, Niki de Saint Phalle. Over the next few weeks, we will be making our own interpretations of her amazing creations.
KS2 Artists second week in, painting with great concentration.
KS1 Artists using paper mache to begin creating their Pop art sculptures.
Take a look at the Pavilions designed by our very own Art Club members on the Serpentine Gallery website at :
Well Done to Zain, Ruby, Lacey, Kookai, Kier, Archie, Allegra and Akram! Interesting to see the other contestants with their designs- which one do you think should win the competition?
Do you have an idea for a Pavilion? Post your ideas for one on this blog, and go have a look at the Spinney on Clapham Common, where Clapham Manor have their very own!
Year 4 created these amazing embossed foil designs in response to the Sol Calero exhibition at Studio Voltaire in Clapham.
Our most recent Art Club competition entries for a ‘Build your own Pavilion’ competition- This is currently being run by the Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park, where each year, a contemporary Pavilion design is constructed by a well known Architect.
Which structure do you think would look good, as a space to ‘hang out ‘ with your friends?Our talented young architects at Clapham Manor have come up with some unusual designs- lets see if any might be chosen as a winning entry!
Clapham Manor Art Club created the amazing winning design and final painted sculpture of the competition sponsored by TLT Solicitors. They took part in a London schools competition, winning £500 prize money, to be spent on various creative projects around the school.
Congratulations to those children who took part and created the ‘Eco Sheep’ we have on display, depicting our universe, painted with natural pigments.
We had a special assembly last week, to share our work with the whole school, and have our prize presented to us.