This week, we enjoyed the cool start of summer by drawing clothes, hats, and sandals to wear in the summer. Isn’t it wonderful to take a picture with an excited expression as if enjoying a summer vacation and dress it up? Next time, we will make slippers that fit our feet. So, rest well over the weekend and see you next week, friends.
This week, we expressed Eva Armisen’s happy face and hair, which we started last week, by drawing flowers. Next week, we will finish our unfinished work and express three-dimensional hair with various papers.
Finally, we completed our wonderful Hanji Four Gentleman’s work. It was so wonderful to see the children working together to create art. I think this class was a good time to develop cooperation and creativity. You did a great job, everyone~!!
What kind of summer fruit do you like? This week, FS1-2 friends drew a picture of a cool summer fruit, watermelon, and made several layers to create the shape of the inside of the watermelon using colored paper. We tried to draw a picture by observing the shape of an actual watermelon through photos, and then we tried to create the appearance of taking a bite.
This week, using traditional Korean paper, we created a picture of the four gentlemen (plum, orchid, chrysanthemum, and bamboo) using the collage technique.
We finally finished Frida Kahlo’s watermelon. A beautiful piece of art was completed that took time. In the remaining time, we had time to briefly learn about the life of the Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dali.
In the next class, we will learn about his work in depth and study Surrealism art.
This week, we created an ice cream using clay. We made the inside of the ice cream using crumpled paper, put white clay on it as a base, and put on toppings we wanted to eat, such as macarons and chocolate sticks with colourful clay. The FS1-2 friends even tried to imitate eating the ice cream they made because it looked so delicious.
This week, we completed our work we started last week.
Our friends coloured following Georgia O’Keeffe’s drawings of using a variety of colorful colors.
How are children’s work which Georgia O’Keeffe’s flower paintings expressed with their own senses? This time children were able to recognize the appearance of various flowers while drawing close-up flowers unlike general paintings.
May is Family Month in Children’s Day, Mother’s Day, and Teacher’s Day. There are many ways to express gratitude to those you are grateful for, but if you express your feelings through writing or drawing, it will be even more special, right? This week, we drew a carnation using the traditional ink painting and calligraphy techniques we are learning and wrote a phrase to express our gratitude. We drew a carnation using a plus pen and paint practiced how to write the phrases “I love you” and “thank you”, and we drew it on the envelope.