We have received some fabulous pictures of watercolour paintings and photographs of winter trees as a result of last week’s Tuesday Art Club. one of the key worker bubbles also had a go at winter trees in acrylic (on canvas) and our Year 6 class have been looking at painting a variety of trees in watercolours (not just winter ones). Here are a few examples;
Here’s one of Daniel’s photos. He’s taken it from a really interesting angle that gives a tremendous feeling of height and power. Well done Daniel!
Daniel’s second photo is very different, showing a really tight cluster of thick branches!
Charlie used the ‘tree-square’ as a helpful guide!
And here’s Charlie’s finished picture. He has painted a strong, bold tree and there’s plenty of energy in the lovely strokes that he’s used to paint the prickly branches!
Hannah’s second photo features a bird in the uppermost branches!
In contrast to her weeping willow picture, Hannah has taken a photo of a very sturdy, powerful tree from a really interesting angle. The thick, twisty branches shoot out in all directions.
Claire’s picture has the strong network of branches, lovely tapering shape of the trunk and subtle wintery colours for her background.
A lovely, decorative maze of branches and some cheerful additional details to finish Jack’s picture off nicely!
Megan’s first picture captures the feathery branches of a weeping willow.
In Megan’s second picture a robin features amid the tangle of branches!