Arts

The Colour Wheel

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Here you can see the primary colours: Red, Blue and Yellow, and the secondary colours they create when mixed; purple, orange and green. Which do you think are the ‘cool’ colours? Why? Which do you think are the ‘warm’ colours? Why?

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The work of Joan Miro: An artist we shall study in term three.

Joan miro

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Joan Miro: An Abstract Artist from Spain

Joan Miro (1893-1983) was a Spanish painter and sculptor who produced vivid abstract and surrealistic works of art during much of the 1900s. His works often have very descriptive titles. Joan Miro’s name is pronounced hoän mro.
Miro was born on April 20, 1893, in Montroig, Spain, which is near the city of Barcelona. His father was a goldsmith and watchmaker. Miro studied art at the School of Fine Arts at La Llotja and at the Academy of Francisco Gali, in Barcelona, Spain. He had his first show at the Dalmau Gallery in 1918; he was 24 years old.

In 1919, he traveled to Paris, France, which was then the center of the art world. He was friends with many surrealist and abstract painters, including Pablo Picasso, Andre Masson and Max Ernst. In France, Miro developed his individualistic and recognizable style and eventually became famous.

After Miro returned to Spain in 1940, he lived mostly in Majorca. He painted, sculpted, worked in ceramics, produced many mosaics and murals, and illustrated over 300 books. Miro lived to be 90 years old, dying on December 25, 1983.

Please play with all these different visual arts tools and leave a comment about your experiences.


The Scribbler! This tool allows you to create a scribble, and then it takes over and creates a drawing from your scribble.

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Art.Com. This tool allows you to create your own painting and then it lets you frame it!

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DRAGGER

Dragger is a tricky game. Click on the link below and see if you can create the picture by dragging the tiles across.

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CREATE YOUR OWN ABSTRACT PICTURE

Click on the picture below to visit a weird and wonderful website. Let your imagination run wild, and let me know what you think of this tool. I played with it for ages….but I’m still not quite sure what it is!

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Jackson Pollock

Here’s another weird but wonderful art tool. If you google Jackson Pollock, you will see his style of art and understand this website. Let me know what you think.

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Kaleidoscope

This is GORGEOUS. Have a play and then tell me what you thought….

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ODOSKETCH


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60 thoughts on “Arts

  1. I like ALL the art games Mrs. Rutherford. I really like the one where you draw something and then it makes it look like you drew it by hand.

  2. Hi Mrs Rutherford
    I love the scribler app I think it is very cool the arts page is my favorite page on the blog! :V

  3. Mrs Rutherford I tried the arts.com and it was really fun because you get to draw things and it was so colourful when you mix all the colours togethe. Please don’t take it away!

  4. Dear Mrs Rutherford,
    My favourite game was the scribbler it does things so different then you drew it is completly random.It’s so hard to get it to draw what you want.

  5. We like the art game called Bombom its a game that you design your own abstact art you can pick out some shapes and click when the shape is on the screen and who will start painting.

  6. Joan miro art work is awsome because his funny and some kind of animals like kitten,dogs and some aliens I think. And I think Joan miro art work is the best.

  7. I love how the blog is going Mrs. Rutherford! I really love the draw a stickman game. Once Annie in 5/6 did a ladybug and it looked so funny when it moved! 😀

  8. I continue to be inspired with the incredible creativity and innovative work in this very global classroom. The comments, the work and the generosity towards each other is wonderful. Again, beyond brilliant!!!
    Cheers everyone, Mrs M
    Looking around still for the Asia info….

  9. Dear Mrs Rutherford,
    We love your art page and games and it was very fun.
    Our favourite art game was the scribble one

  10. scribbler
    Inez:

    I thought that scribbler was a lot of fun and I liked it because there were a lot of colours and it was a bit funny 
    Luca:
    I think scribbler is very fun because it is funny and random.

  11. hello mrs rutherford james and i enjoyed playing bomomo or something,
    we liked it because it is fun to play and at the same time you are creating a masterpiece.

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