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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Painting with the Music

On Wednesday, Year 6 experienced No Pen Wednesday where we were expected to not use any writing utensils. Instead, we equipped ourselves with brushes and painted.

 

 

This term we looked at how different stimuli can affect our moods and emotions. We looked at colours, foods and music and how each of them affects us. On Wednesday, we took a brief look at abstract art and looked at how some artists hide the meaning of their painting behind different colours and patterns.

 

 

To show how music can affect our moods, we listened to four different pieces of music. These pieces ranged from scenic, calm, energetic and even futuristic. The pupils listened to the piece of music first and tried to imagine what colours, images or emotions that piece of music portrayed. They then spent 10 minutes to paint and develop their own abstract art that represents that piece of music.

The pupils produced amazing pieces of art using their water colours.

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