Term: 1 Year: 2012
The students in Grades Three and Four were shown examples of watercolour painting, including a Chinese watercolour of horses galloping through a fierce snow storm.
They discussed how watercolours could express drama, in particular wild weather.
They experimented with a range of colours and brush strokes, aiming for a wild, stormy painting. Some students sparingly used oil pastel before painting: white for lightning, or black for trees, bending in the wind.
Many of the works were completed quite quickly, with passionate strokes and bold use of colour.
Visual Art Teacher
St Cecilia's Primary School, Glen Iris
Suitable for Level 4