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You can give your child lots of support with their art learning at home. Particularly with their observational and imaginative skills by regularly using a sketch book at home.

Carefully study interesting objects.

Discuss compositions/layout of objects and how these develop and challenge artistic skills.

Draw with a range of material eg: pencil, pen, pastels.

Record imaginative ideas and discuss how to develop these ideas.

Below are some websites that you may enjoy looking at with your child.

https://www.tate.org.uk/kids

https://www.southamptoncityartgallery.com/

 

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Below is a list of vocabulary used in art lessons;

Collage - Art made by cutting up materials such as coloured paper, string, fabric, and newspaper and then gluing them together to make a picture.


Complementary Colours - These are colors that appear on the opposite sides of the color wheel. When placed side by side, these colours can intensify each other.

Landscape - A painting of nature and the land such as the ocean, mountains, trees, and sky.

Medium - The materials used in creating a piece of artwork such as paint, clay, or pastels.

Mural - A large painting generally painted on a wall or ceiling.

Pastels - Colouring sticks that can be made from oil or chalk.

Perspective - A way of painting or drawing that makes some objects appear closer than others.

Pigment - The part of the paint that gives it colour.

Portrait - A drawing or painting of a person or people.

Primary colours - Red, yellow, and blue. All of the other colours can be made from these three.

Relief - A type of sculpture that looks like it is raised from the background.


Sculpture - A three dimensional piece of art often carved, chiseled, or cast from stone, marble, wood, or bronze.

Self-portrait - A painting or drawing that the artist makes of himself.

Still life - A painting or drawing of inanimate objects often placed in an arrangement.
Could include flowers in a vase, fruit in a bowl, and bottles of wine.

Symmetry - The balance of one side to another. In perfect symmetry, one half is an exact mirror of the other.

Texture - The look and feel of the canvas in painting. This can vary on how the paint is applied. Other materials may be added to change the texture.

Watercolour - A water soluble paint that thins as it is mixed with water.