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This blog is a representation of our artistic activities we did as a group in and outside of our class Creative Arts. Our group consists of Shazmara Synon, Malak Hazime, Abira Sinnarajah, Victoria Doan, Sarah-Maggie El’Lithy.
Malak: Creating the puppets is a great experience and Malak thinks many children will love it. However, the process is important because if not done correctly it might not turn out the way you want it to be. For example, when attaching the papers together, one should remember to put on the top of the finger, … Continue reading Sculptures
By: Shazmara When creating this sculpture the artist was unsure of the final product they wanted to produce. However when creating the sculpture the artist attatched the papers together to make the sculpture more thicker. Then the following week when the sculpture was done, the sculpture displayed the idea of a worm or a caterpillar. … Continue reading Post 8: Sculpture
By: Victoria Doan Earbuds? No, it's a snake. Its head is big and round and its body is long, skinny, and curly. It's slimy to the touch. It doesn’t look too happy because it has its mouth wide open and its rattle is shaking. Be careful you don’t get bitten! ~ Victoria Texture is seen … Continue reading Post #3: Magical Thinking and Pretend Play
By: Victoria Doan Patterns are designs that repeat themselves (Fox & Schirrmacher, 2015). They can be made with an array of tools, objects, colors, shapes, lines, and more (Fox & Schirrmacher, 2015). Patterns fill our lives and we can find them everywhere and anywhere. All we have to do is look. Children can benefit from … Continue reading Post #1: Patterns in the Environment
By: Malak The process of creating the oil pastel painting takes work but the completion is worth it in the end. The process of taking a selfie and drawing out the portrait before starting with the oil pastel and water colours is important. It allows you to have an idea of how you want … Continue reading Blog post#7: selfies
Malak This painting is taken by a photographer Malak is personally close with. The photographers name is Sarah Saab. This is Malaks current favourite artist now because of the settings many of the photographs are taken in. Most of the photographs Sarah snaps are showing the beauty of Beirut, Lebanon. This photograph shows the beautiful … Continue reading Blog post #2 current favourite artist