Thursday, July 29, 2021

Glenholme School, Rotorua Pop Art Animal Project, using Resene testpots with Janet Keen and Zara Matthews


Thanks to Rotorua Creative Communities for funding that contributed to this project. 

Using Resene Testpots  and good quality brushes each child completed an animal of their choice.  

The results were highly pleasing to pupils and teachers. 

The children were encouraged to think about being kind to animals and conserving endangered animals through poetry writing and poster making. 

The class worked well on a project that required focus, attention to detail and development of brush handling skills, plus colour matching and observation skills. 



 Thanks to Miss Zara for helping to encourage her class to a successful result. 
Thanks to Creative Communities for the funding and to Glenholme School for being so supportive of the arts. 
The message to be kind to animals (and each other) was creatively reinforced.  

After School Painting, Drawing, Mosaic making, Book making,  childrens book illustrating classes.

Small classes- Plenty of attention
Cozy warm, creative  studio to create in for plenty of inspiration.
Top quality, light fast materials with quality brushes - produces better results. 
Students are encouraged to think of themselves as professional artists. 
They create work to hang on their walls, give away as presents, enter art exhibitions and competitions with.
Over 30 lessons to choose from including water colour, decoupage, wood burning, wax painting etc. 

Enroling for term 3 and 4 now. 
Phone 0273463435 to enquire about including your special child.
Ages from 6 to 16 welcome. Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays  3.30 to 4.30 and 4.30 to 5.30

Everyone has their own projects and they create in a positive and kind environment. 
I have had 20 years teaching art experience and I love working with young people. 

374 Clayton Road Rotorua.

Every child is an artist the challenge is to remain one once you grow up. Picasso


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