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making pots from clay
Term 3 Week 2
Forms of expression
Hair stylesCuisine/FoodSingingArchitectureDanceTattoosDesignPerformance/ActingPaintingWriting/Poetry/StoriesSculptureJeweleryGraffitiMusicCraftsLandscaping/GardeningBody ArtDrawingMake upPhotography
Artists in the family
Great Uncle Mike is a retired commercial artist who used painting as his medim.
He now paints, draws and does carvnigs just for his own fun!
Dad is an amateur artist, he likes to draw and paint for fun.
Second Cousin "Uncle" Geoff he was an amateur artist mainly using oil paints to paint steam engines.
Auntie Helen likes to write poetry and short stories. Some of these have been published on the internet.
Uncle Stephen has written a novel and this is available on the internet.
Auntie Julie went to university and studied music and her medium was her voice.Wow!
Uncle David also studied music at university and his mediums are the organ, piano and chello. Isn't that awsome?
Term 3 week 2 spelling
cool and warm colours
Rocks in fore ground
Term 3 week 3 spelling
sword - functional art
Term 3 week 4
Claude Monet (Oscar Claude Monet)
Impressionism start from his work called Impression: Sunrise (1874)
born 14 November 1840
On the fifth floor of a building in Paris France
He moved to Le Harve France aged 5
He moved to Pais when he was about aged 19
Died 05 December 1926
He died of lung cancer
He painted outside
He painted landscapes
In 1883 he moved to Giverny
He actually built the water lily pond himself .
His home, garden and waterlily pond were given to the french Academy of fine arts in 1966.
The house is in Givery france and is open to the public
His water liles paintings made his house and pond famous
One of his lanscape paintings is called - Landscape with orchard and figure (1879) 72 x 91.4cm
He is saying in His wrok don't paint what you see but paint the colour and shape of what you see.
Famous for path on the Ile 'St Martin Ve'theuil (1881) 72 x 58.7cm(oil painting)
He did more than 60 paintings of the water lilys and many more sketches of them. Wow what a lot of wrok he did ! Water lilys 1918 95.5x177.5cm(oil painting)
Might exhibit in the Auckland art gallery?
- 10am to 5pm
Cnr Wellesley and Lorne Streets, PO Box 5449, Auckland
Term 3 week 4 spelling
Term 3 week 5 spelling
Term 3 Week 6 spelling
realistic - showing something (objects) as they actually are.rhythm - is the beat of music.sculpture - is creating figures or designs in 3D.
seascape - art that shows the sea or shore line .
secondary colours - purple, green and orange they are made by mixing two primary colours.
shading - adding a variety of colours (often black) to show it is 3D on paper.
shape - the appearance of something especially the outline.
Term 3 week 6 Task 1 homework - photographs of lines, patterns, colours, texture and geometric designs
Geometric design and lines on computer
lines and patterns
colours and patterns
geometric design on bowl
Term 3 week 7 spelling
Term 3 week 8
Monday 6th September 2010
100, 000 homes damages
3500 homes without power
$5 million given to fund to help people
$94 million for road works
over 100 after shocks have so far occured
Big trucks carring suppliers and equipment
Food for emergency services
Help clearing up rubble
enforcing the retricted areas ban
police help the army
Help with moving and clearing rubble
Keep properties safe
Keep people away from damaged buildings or dangerous places
help clear out damaged buildings with owners
army help the police
the police cordent the roads that arn't safe
Contact elderly people to check they are OK
clearing drains so water will run away and not cause more damage
Clearing up rubble from the damaged areas
checking properties for damage
Supplying food for emergency workers
boil all water
no open fires
treat all powerlines as live
stay out of restricted araes
inform public that schools closed
no buses services
help telephone number given
demolition of dangerous biulldings
advice on school closure
Set up and run welfare centres - including bedding, food, entertainment
Civil defense minister
Co-ordinate government response
Help co-ordinate getting the right people to the right place
spoke person - talks to press and reporters
Gave emergency number for more information
set up system to help businesses to pay workers even if they can't work
Warninmg people to turn off power before demolishing work begins
Contact number given
Getting power back on for everyone as soon as possible
Checking safety of buildings
Trying to save historic buildings
Deciding which buildings need to be demolished
rechecking buildings after big after shocks
Students & neighbours
help clearing up rubble, sand, mud and water
Doctors and Nurses
Help injured people
give advice on safe water drinking
give advise about keeping healthy especiallly eating/cooking and drinking
some one to talk to about the emotions caused by experiencing the earthquake, after shocks and loss of home/business
Repairing damaged water pipes
Repairing damaged sewage pipes
Checking the wharfs are safe for boats to dock so that supplies can be brought into the city
Taking down dangerous sections of buildings
Tell the rest of the country what is happening
Gives out emergency numbers and information to the victims so they can get help
Term 3 week 8 spelling
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