Art

Second Class go All Out for African Theme

The kids of Second class have been working on the African theme far a while now. And we were lucky enough to report on their work. Second class have enjoyed reading many books about the African topic. Here are a few: : A is for Africa. : Flat Stanley, African Discovery. : The Ugly Five. Second class have also made many fabulous art pieces.(Those
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Catching Snowflakes

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Rainy Day Art

We enjoyed created these pieces of art. First we created a dark stormy background using dark colours. Then using tissue we rubbed off some of the paint to creat clouds. We used a template from http://www.thatartistwoman.org/2013/04/rainy-day-watercolour.html  to create the character and the umbrella. 

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Just a little bit extraordinary

Ms Sullivan’s fourth class revisited Highlanes Art Gallery in Drogheda last week to see their own self portraits – Just a little bit Extraordinary – on show. Thanks to Highlanes for offering our school the fantastic opportunity of w…

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The National Gallery comes to St. Molaga’s

Today we were lucky enough to have a visit from the amazing Aoife Convery , an expert on Irish Art from The National Gallery of Ireland.
She spoke to us about the work of Roderick O’Connor (Ms Allen’s chosen artist) and Sean Scully (our cho…

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Art Exhibition 2018

2018 Arts Week Art Exhibition

 

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Junior Infants are magical!

We have been busy learning about Winnie the Witch. We made magic potions today in Science and used our magical powers to make the potion work. Here we are saying abrakadabra. Happy Halloween from Junior Infants. Click on the link … Continue reading

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Junior Infants get creative!

Junior Infants have been very busy today learning about Halloween. Today we used our musical skills of listening and responding to sketch our responses to the song “The Witch Rides”. Click on the photographs for a closer look

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Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali – Surreal Art Techniques
We’ve been learning about Salvador Dali and some of the techniques he used to create surreal art.
Juxtaposition: Putting two different things side by side that don’t normally go together.  Transformation – Turning something familiar into something unusual.  Dislocation – Objects are placed where they shouldn’t be. Levitation – Making things float or fly … Continue reading Salvador Dali

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4th, 5th & 6th Class Art

4th, 5th and 6th Classes recently created some ‘scratch buildings’. Click on the photographs for a closer look at the wonderful artwork!

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