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Welcome to the Babington Creative Arts page. Please have a look at your year group page to help you with your studies. On each page, there are clips, PowerPoints and notes to help support you with your art studies. If there is something that you would like to see on your art page, please email Mrs Wootton.

Who are you Art teachers?

If you ever need to contact us, please use our school email addresses: NWootton@babington.leicester.sch.uk KHardy@babington.leicester.sch.uk BMcabe@babington.leicester.sch.uk TAshworth@babington.leicester.sch.uk RBhogal@babington.leicester.sch.uk You all have a 365 account so you can email from there.

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Map: babington school beaumont leys

Yr 7 This is Leicester

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Year 7 - Observation and artist analysis

Lesson powerpoints

Do Now Tasks

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Leicester Landmark pictures

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Todo lists

Year 7 Home and Personalised Learning menu

Search for examples of Leicester landmarks. Choose 1 landmark of the city and find out 5 facts about it.
Make a detailed drawing of a Leicester landmark (not the one you researched last week). Write the name of the landmark and the year it was built underneath.
Watch the 2 YouTube videos about tonal scales on this page and then try creating your own. If you only have an HB drawing pencil do it with that.
Watch the YouTube video about one point perspective then Write a description of the following key terms; one-point perspective, vanishing point, horizon
Mondrian circles of the city - In pencil, draw a detailed map of the area where you live, include the street names and any landmarks in the area. Draw a circle over your map drawing. Add 3 colours and black in the style of the artist Piet Mondrian (google to see his work)
Found objects colour wheel - look at the colour wheel of found objects photo on this page. Try and do the same at home copying the colour order in the photo. Take a photograph of your colour wheel and email it your teacher.
Research the artist James Rizzi - who was he? Find out at least 5 facts. Choose a piece of artwork by him and make a drawing of it. Add colour if you can.
Research the landscape paintings of David Hockney. Choose one that you like and make a drawing of it. Underneath your drawing explain the features of the painting. Imagine that you are describing it to somebody that can't see it.
Create a drawing of your house park using the materials you have at home. If you are part of Bradgate house, you should find a picture of Bradgate Park or even visit it to have a go at drawing it.

Todo list

Mindmapping of Ideas/Intro to This is Leicester
Mindmapping/leicester landmarks
Observational drawing/leicester landmarks
Intro to artists-Rizzi
Printing/Leicester skyline
Artists Analysis/Leicester parks
Observational drawing of Leicester Parks using a grid
Experimenting with media

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This is Leicester

Look at this amazing Cityscape of Leicester City created by agedpixl. How does it link to our theme this year?

Space Centre

Found objects colour wheel

This colour wheel has been created using simple, everyday objects from around the home. Can you do the same?

Yr 8 In the News

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In the News Booklet 2020

PowerPoints

Do Now Tasks

Photopea

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Todo lists

Task Checklist

Intro to unit, mindmap of ideas
Mini presentation of your theme
Claes Oldenburg research page
Research of your theme
Observational drawings
Grid drawing of your object
Isometric drawings
Creating nets
Creating the shell of your object
Papier mache
Painting and decorating your object
supersizing your object/leicester landmarks

Homework bingo Yr 8

Create a poster to demonstrate your passion for your chosen theme. Watch the Artivism youtube clip to think about why you have chosen your theme and how you can show your passion through your artwork?
Collect ten important facts about the theme you have chosen. e.g. By 2050, there will be more pieces of plastic in the ocean than there will be fish!
Start to collect recycled goods at home such as chocolate wrappers and bottle tops. Choose an endangered animal to create a collage with your collected items.
Create a drawing of a famous global landmark like the Taj Mahal or the London eye. Now add your sculpture design next to the landmark so that it looks supersized.
Collect ten facts about Pop Art, Claes Oldenburg and his supersized sculptures.

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What do you think this sculpture is representing? Is it something to do with gun crime??

Fish made from rubbish

In the News

Look at this sculpture of a whale created entirely from plastic pollution. What do you think it represents?

Year 9 Portraits and Identity

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Class or home learning

Personality Profiles

Home Learning/ Home Work Tasks

Lessons

'How to' PowerPoints

Year 9 - 'Identity' how to's

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Do Now Tasks

Pinterest Ideas

Todo lists

Task Checklist

Intro, mindmap of Identity
Two truths and a lie
Pictionary task
Observational drawing of an eye using the grid method
Drawing of an eye using word art

Homework bingo Yr 9

Draw an range of different eye expressions( e.g looking up, to the side, eye is shut etc) using different materials. E.g. Biro, pencil, colouring pencil etc
Draw a range of different mouth expressions ( shut, fully open, surprised, slightly open etc) using different materials. E.g. Biro, pencil, colouring pencil etc
Draw a range of different types of nose shapes or viewpoints using a range of different materials.
Make a moodboard of different facial features. Either digitally or cut images out of a magazine. Create this as a collage.
Collect five facts about our artists Triston Eaton,
Practice different hairstyles or types using shading and detail with shading pencils.
Using a mirror look at your reflection and draw a facial feature of yours. Try to use symmetry to create your drawing of your feature. You can use a material of your choice for this piece.
Watch the youtube clip on the page. Have a go at working on Photopea to create your own digital experiment in the style of Tristan eaton.

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How to draw eyes

How to plan your facial features on your portrait

Use this to guide you on where the features are on the face.

A guide of where to shade your face

A range of nose shapes to help you to draw your own

Hair guide

Boys and girls hair - a basic guide

One way to draw noses

How to draw ears

Reflections of me

Shading dark to light

Showing shadows and light areas( highlights

How to draw a mouth

Celebrity grid portrait drawing example

YR 10 Natural forms Foundation Unit

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Bookmarks

Yr 10 Checklist

Lesson PowerPoints

Drawing from Observation

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Using tonal scales to create a realistic painting

Example of a Gold/Diamond Pencil Drawing

Yr 10 Arts Award

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Unit 2

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Video tutorials

Year 10 Arts Award Jan 2022

Part A - Still life Project 2022

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Part B - Virtual Exhibitions

Unit 1

Todo lists

Todo list

Waterclour painting of fruit
Pencil drawing of fruit
Oil pastel experiments (rainbows)
Watercolour experiments
OIl pastel experiment of fruit
Watercolour pencil experiment of fruit

Part A - Still life project 2022

Bronze Arts Award Part A Plan
Mind Map on Still life / Objects
Michael Craig Martin: Artist Copy
In the Style of: Michael Craig Martin
Skull Tonal sheet
In the Style of: Nancy Standlee
Carolee Clark: Artist Copy
In the Style of: Carolee Clark

Part B - Virtual Exhibitions 2022

Powerpoints
Virtual Exhibiton 1 - Andy Warhol & Evaluation
Virtual Exhibition 2 - RAA & Evaluation
Virtual Exhibition 3 - Making the MET & Evaluation
Virtual Exhbition 4 - Kimono & Evaluation
Evidence of Discussions
Plan B Event Log

Part C - Arts Inspiration 2022

PowerPoints
Arts Inspiration 1
Arts Inspiration 2
Arts Inspiration 3
Summary of Part C

Part D - Share a Skill 2022

Part D Planning sheet
choose a skill
Create a resource to share the skill (poster/how to sheet/etc)
Share The skill
Take photos of sharing the skill
Part D Review Sheet
Part D Feedback Sheet

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Observational Drawing of a Watermelon

Year 10&11 GCSE Art Identity Unit

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PowerPoints

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Helpful links

Helpful PowerPoints

How to Create a Watercolour ghost flower

GCSE Foundation unit

Year 10 -'Masked Identity' Previous Yr 10 Projects

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Home Learning

I have set you a challenge to create the flower in the image shown above and below. There is a youtbe clip to help you and two videos to show you a step by step guide to creating the flower in two stages. If you need to ask any questions, please dont forget to email us. (NWootton@babington.leicester.sch.uk) (LJessop@babington.leicester.sch.uk)

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Welcome to Yr 10

Welcome to GCSE Art Yr 10. We will be starting the year with an introduction unit called 'Identity'. This unit will follow on from your portraits unit in year 9. You will get to explore a range of materials, skills and processes before you begin to work on your final unit toward the end of year 10. It would be helpful if you had access to materials at home as well as in school to support you with your coursework. Please speak to Mrs Wootton and the team if there are any issues with this.

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Task Todo list

Title Page - Identity
Mindmapping - Idenity
Digital Portraits
Ink experiments
Create a collage of imagary and Ideas
Send your teacher imagery of your objects or print out images
Observational Drawings in Pencil
Acrylic on acetate experiments page
Observational studies with watercolour tubes, pencils, palettes. and other materials.
Observational studies using printing methods.
Personal Observational Studies including acrylic
Pinterest Page
Artist Research Pages x1
Artist Research Page x2
Developing Ideas MindMap

Home Learning

We have set you a challenge to create the flowers in the images shown to the left side of this page. There is a youtube clip to help you and two clips of creating the flower in two stages. If you need to ask any questions, please dont forget to email us. (NWootton@babington.leicester.sch.uk) (LJessop@babington.leicester.sch.uk)
Create a collage of items that relate to your identity. Add old bus tickets, sweet wrappers, fabrics, labels from clothing, photographs etc to build up an image of who you are and what your interest are?
Take three items that you may have in your bedroom. Create observational drawings of those items using shading pencils and other materials of your choice.

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Mrs Woottons watercolour experiment

Try having a go at creating one of these flowers. There is a youtube clip and two tutorials in the helpful links section.

Yr 11 Natural Forms GCSE Art

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Exam Technique Revision

Yr 11 Tasks

AQA Assessment Criteria (pre-Covid)

Photopea

Useful links

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Reminders

Please remember that if you are struggling for an artist to research, please feel free to look at Mrs Jessops and Mrs Woottons Pinterest pages. They have saved lots of folders that relate to your coursework such as 'Natural Forms' and 'Growth and Decay' We have also saved a question prompter on this page to help you with your analysis and writing skills.

Todo lists

Coursework to do list

Flaura/Fauna and Natural Forms Coursework is now due in
Title Page
Collage
Mindmap
Observational Studies
Studies created in a range of materials
A page about Leicesters Botanical Gardens
Photographs and images of natural objects
1st Artist research page x 1
2nd Artist Research Page x1
Mind map of ideas
Development of Ideas

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Watercolour tubes experiment with layering no 2

Have a look at the w/c tutorials above. I have added two examples to help you. This would help to build up your Ao2 and Ao3 by showing your observational skills. Which one do you prefer? The second one had more drying time inbetween. Good luck Yr 11

Experiment 1 with watercolour tubes

For this experiment, I used less drying time in between layers. This meant that the colours bled into each other a little more.

Yr 11 Mini Final Project

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Exam Timeframe

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From Above

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/cowpatnumber1/from-above/ Landscapes Flying Birds Outerspace Artists David Tanner Mike Andrews Ivana Pavlikova Chris Dent

Reflections

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/cowpatnumber1/reflections/ Mirror image Personalities Glass Puddles Artists Simon Hennessey Escher Linnea Strid neil whitehead

Close Ups

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/cowpatnumber1/close-up/ Fruit Sweets Food Machinery Tools Eyes Magnified - skin/virus/mould Artists Ruth Piper Sucha Chantaprasopsuk Denis Koval

Fragile Things

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/cowpatnumber1/fragile-things/ Artists Kate Macdowell Jennifer Collier

Abandoned Places

Urban environments Car Parks Overgrown buildings Artists: Jonathan Alibone Jackson Lee Nesbitt Lejla Becar neil whitehead

Heroes

Superheroes NHS Real life heroes Recycke gurus Artists Sandra Chevrier Kehinde Whiley

Telling a story

Fiction Non Fiction Fairytales Mytholgy Life events/ events in history scrapbooks/diaries Artists Subhajit Paul Lungile Mbokane Kelly Than

Growth and Decay

Buildings Animals/animal bones Food Flaura and Fauna Life cycle Artists David Hockney Martin Klimas Marcelo Monreal Ninzio Paci

KS4 Art

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Year 9 - Foundation skills unit

Yr 9 Family Final Pieces

Web widgets

BBC Bitesize GCSE Art

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Yr 10 GCSE Masked Identity

Our Yr 10 pupils are currently creating mixed media experiments that help them to refine and develop their ideas.

Our Yr 10's have started to use the questioning jigsaw to analyse the work of artists.

Yr 11 GCSE Art Gallery

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Art Techniques

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Teaching Tools

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Photoplus skills

Photopea Tutorials

Home learning

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Home Learning 2021

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Web widgets

BBC Bitesize Art

Arts Award

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Digital Art

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How to combine a human face and an animal face

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Alternative art materials to use at home

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Key art skills

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Shading

Computer demonstrations

Yr 9 Homelearning

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Tutorial on drawing from observation

Jan 2022 home learning

Yr 7&8 Homelearning

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Yr 8 Scavenger Hunt

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KS3 Scavenger Hunt

Nurture Home Learning

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HomeLearning

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Competitions

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Glass Compeition

Cover lessons

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New Lessons

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Schemes

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Year 8 - Landscape and Cityscape unit

Nurture Day of the Dead

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DOTD PowerPoints & Resources

Year 9 Student examples of final pieces.

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Day of the dead project

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Powerpoints

Resources

Step by step -How to draw a ....

Demonstrations

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Day of the Dead collage & Zentangle Example

Pattern making 1

Pattern making example 2

Decorative skull example