? has always strived to use their artistic side to help them express their own personality. Every piece of Art ? produces helps to tell you a little bit about them and their ideas. ? is aware how every child has different ideas and different ways of expressing them and Art is a wonderful platform to do this on. ? believes it is a very personal way of expressing yourself and producing something unique. ? often takes inspiration from famous artists ranging from classical artists like Picasso and Van Gogh to more present day modern artists like Andy Warhol, Stephen Peters and Banksy. ? loves how Art is something that is accessible to every child and there are no barriers to producing something that is unique to them. ? thinks Alisson Lapper is an inspiration, as despite her disabilities having no arms she is also able to produce wonderful art work that is admired by so many.
? is constantly trying to improve their artistic skills including their painting, drawing, collage, printing and sculpture skills! ? believes there are endless opportunities to show these skills for example, sculpting a clay beaker in the style of the bell beaker people or painting a two colour water picture in the style of Lowry, to portray the mood before and after the blitz!
? takes inspiration from the environment around them including smells, sounds and materials. ? always has access to a wide range of artistic tools and is not afraid to experiment with them to create the message they want to achieve. ? is always asking questions as to how they can use these tools in different and exciting ways to create their message! Would you like to join ? on his artistic journey? Who knows where it will take us.