I believe that it is important for children to have the opportunity to explore their artistic creativity in the classroom, and learning some simple techniques can give them the confidence to produce some amazing artwork. Often, after one of my workshops, children are inspired to keep painting and drawing at home.
I am available to visit local schools for art workshops and fun art activities and these can be linked in with the National Curriculum. It is also worth considering use of Pupil Premium funding (i.e. poppy painting with children of service families for Remembrance Day)
My fee of £120 includes - in addition to a full day in the classroom - planning, pre-lesson meeting with teacher(s) as required and helping to clear up! It does not include the cost of materials which the school will need to supply.
Below - painting the seasons with acrylics on canvas with years 3-6 at Woodford Primary School. A special 2018 project to help achieve an Artsmark Award for the school with an exhibition for family and friends
Poppy art pictured below fitted perfectly with Remembrance Day activities with Years 3 and 4 at a Plympton primary school.
Workshop for Year 7/8 Gifted and Talented students at a Plympton secondary school, painting woodland landscapes. This was an introduction to painting with acrylics and canvas.
Using tone, shading and colour to create fantastic Chinese dragon art as part of Global Week.
Painting sunflowers with Y1 and Y2 children at a South Devon Primary School as part a project looking at Van Gogh
Exciting Global Art with small groups of talented children from Y1 through to Y6 at a village school near Plymouth