Art

Arts Week Exhibition

The children were working on 2D art projects in their classrooms. We decided to explore their chosen artist using clayotic. 

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Clay Monsters

During art, we made our own clay monsters. First, we planned what our monsters would look like by drawing them. Next, we used clay to create our own monsters. Finally, we painted the monsters.
 

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5th & 6th Class Art

Click on the photos for a closer look at the wonderful art creations made by the children in 5th and 6th Class. Well done everyone!

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5th & 6th Class Christmas Creations!

5th and 6th Class made these fantastic Christmas log table centre pieces. They worked really hard and I’m sure you’ll agree that they did a great job! Click on the photos for a closer look at their creations

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Credit Union Art Competition Winners 2018

Congratulations to the three Clontuskert winners of the Ballinasloe Credit Union Art Competition. They received their certificates in Gullane’s Hotel, last night.
Thanks to Caroline Lynch for sharing the photographs.

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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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