Stunning Work by Young Students in Australia

I had an email today from a teacher at Bilambil Public School, New South Wales, Australia, sending me images of art works completed by her class. I was absolutely blown away by them!

The class of Year 5/6 children have made 3 works to illustrate the famous Australian biomes: The Great Barrier Reef and the Australian woodlands. This was a 10 week project to study artists who repurpose products, combined with a science focus on sustainability/waste.

The class tried to focus on placement, colour and shape with the students working in rotating teams. The canvases are 50cm x 50cm. The materials were either donated by students or things the local charity shop could not sell.

I think you will agree that the results are simply stunning:   

                                                       

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4 Responses to Stunning Work by Young Students in Australia

  1. US Jane says:

    Wow! Awesome!

  2. Loren says:

    Wonderful! Jane, you’re an inspiration to children on the other side of the world!

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