Thursday, June 28, 2012


In the morning Room 15 walked into the hall to see the art gallery to look for our favourite piece of art. The best art that I saw is the green cool shoes sitting on the bottom of the other pictures and it had details all around it so I thought it was really cool. The artist that painted that picture is Senimino.
Everyone saw a lot of contrasting colours and some other paintings. There was lots of paintings there that were awesome. “Time to go” said Mr Marks, so we went back to class. It was a lot of fun there but I wished I could come back again, but too bad maybe next year.

Thursday, June 21, 2012


Once upon a time there was a boy called Vaifoa . In the morning he went inside his spaceship and went off to a grey planet called the moon. He saw a big huge thing behind his spaceship it was shaped like a crocodile it kidnapped him from his ship to a alien pet shop that was named the napping pet shop. He didn't wanted to be a pet eating gooey slime. He wanted to go back to earth but luckily he had his phone so he called his friend Faaiua to save him from the ugly aliens. But he was in the cage chewing a lot of slime.

Faaiua came and saved him from the planet moon. He went and steel the key for the cage and got him out side. Hey!!!!! “Faaiua said and his friend”. OOhh the aliens are coming back we better go back to the spaceship and fast before they get here. And they had a happily ever after.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012


In a moment room 15 walked inside the clay workshop and saw a large amount of clay sitting at the right corner. I went to sit on the chair and put on the apron that was hanged on it. Sue wrote some words that we need to do when we start making plates or bowls. First of all we sketched and planned our idea on a piece of paper and so we can do it on our plate with squishy clay.

Georgia gave out some clay and showed us crosshatching and also putting on the gooey and sticky glue. So we cut out a piece with a kebab stick and got us a square shape. As soon we had a square we crosshatched around the sides and put some glue on it to stick. After that we rolled a bit of clay that was cut out to use it to stick up like the other plates and pinch it up a little bit.

We got the clay that was left on our table and roll it or squish it to make some decorations
inside it. When we have finished putting clay decorations we got the letter stamp and put our name in case we don’t lose our work. Next we had a lot of glass to put on it so after it melts
the glass is going to turn colourful and bright. When it was done the room was a chaotic mess luckily we went to wash our hands so it can be clean before we go for lunch.

We had a lot of fun but I wish I had lots of time to do more but sorry we can’t go anymore. But maybe next year. YAY!!!!

Thursday, June 7, 2012


Claude Monet was a French impressionist painter who enjoyed painting the same subject,a landscape or a cityscape, in a different time and different season of the year. Impressionists paint’s each time in the season’s. He captures the light in a moment in time.

Monet created his beautiful water garden at home in Giverny. He like the way the water was constantly changing and moving so he used it as his subject over and over again.

The famous paintings of the japanese bridge shows an arched bridge crossing over the pond that was surrounded by shrubs and trees. The pond changes colour in the day or seasons and reflects from the surface.

Friday, June 1, 2012

Robert Delaunay

Robert Delaunay was a french painter he painted with geometric shapes.He and His wife Sonia invented the orphism and the artform gallery. Robert Delaunay was a great poet writer. In his paintings he uses a lot of bright vibrant colours to describe his kind of style.

Robert Delaunay often uses the colours to pose each other to contrast the colours and make it come true and represents the geometric shapes for the objected person in his art work.

At the painting of the tall portuguese women he painted the large leafed plant painted on the left hand side he will use circles in the center to make a table like a kitchen to create the contrasting colours and different colours showing the women doing her work.