Our Collaborative Art Project

During the last week before half term 6T worked together to make long strips of different colours and textures, that when put together, made a picture. We based this on the fantasy island of J’Nanin which is one of the worlds from Myst 3. Each strip started with a ‘sky’ layer, then mountains, then sand, then sea and then the sea bed. We added some extra features of the island on top to produce this display. Let us know what you think!

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15 Responses
  1. Corben says:

    I enjoyed doing art I hope we can do more after SATs.

  2. Joshua says:

    I enjoyed painting my different strips and I think it looked very good at the end.

  3. lucy r says:

    This looks fantastic. Well done everyone you have put in a lot of effort into this piece of art work:)

  4. Grace says:

    I loved doing this peice of work it was so fun to be creative!

  5. Rachel says:

    6T and 6H both did this art work and they both look fantastic:]

  6. alex says:

    I love our topic it is really exiting and we are all really enjoying it especially the art work.

  7. holly says:

    I’m realy enjoying our topic and I enjoyed painting my strips.

  8. Sophie says:

    Hi I took part in this piece off work I really enjoyed doing this also me and my friend did the big tower in the middle.Hope you enjoy looking at this piece of work and our site.

  9. Alex H says:

    It is amazing how we combined all our paintings together and prevents the wall looking dull.

    Alex H and Lucy S

  10. Georgia says:

    Hello world,
    I’m Georgia and I really really enjoyed doing this piece of art.The topic is really enjoyable and I hope you like looking at our work.
    Thanks Georgia

  11. lucyrbv says:

    I enjoyed doing it. It was so much fun. 😀

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