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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Getting to the point!!

This week, we have been learning about a famous artist named George Seurat. He was an impressionist and he invented a technique called pointilism.

"It was fun because you could muddle the colours so it looked beautiful..!" - Nojus

"I thought it was creative and fun because we made dots using the tip of the paintbrush." - Lizzie

 

"I thought it was great; the colours blended in and made mixed up colours. We are learning different techniques and in the end it looked pretty good!" - Morgan

"It was fun because we got to paint with the other end of the paintbrush instead.." - Nelly

"Everyone had different ideas on how they would paint their pictures and we got to mix the colours and make textures." - Kanyi

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