I don’t know what happened this year but wow! Somebody lit a bomb under the art show. So much imagination on display! Lots of 3D artworks, lots of different artistic influences, from giant African masks to modern sculpture. It was a real pleasure to walk around and see something new and interesting at every turn.
Baby Duck’s class presented a giant underwater scene.
I heard lots of complaints about the endless balls of crepe paper they put into making this but one proud little duckling couldn’t wait to show it off.
Of course he had to point out which fish he did himself.
Why am I not surprised that his fish is back to front? Always likes to stand out from the crowd, that child.
The brown paper turtle was clever.
And I loved the coral:
One of the year 6 classes made a gorgeous spray-painted tree and hung it with wire-and-bead birds. So pretty and creative:
One of the kindy classes had made monsters out of tissue boxes, where the opening for the tissues was the mouth, rimmed with suitably ferocious teeth. I didn’t take a photo, but they were adorable!
Year 1 also had a bird theme. Not as delicate as Year 6’s, but very cute:
And then there were these feathered beauties: