Monday, November 8, 2010
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
I tried to remove the sold items from the blog pages. I just cant seem to do that. The following is a list of UNSOLD ITEMS . Please refer to the previous pages.
From TA 5- 5a, 5e,5f,5g,5h, 5 J
TA 6- 6a,6b,6c,6e,6g
TA 7- 7a,7b
TA14 - 14a,14c
TA 15- 15b,15c
TA 18- 18a
TA 21 - 21a
If you made a winning bid you should have been contacted by the P&C re payments and collection of items.
Friday, October 29, 2010
We are delighted to announce that we raised over $1000 from the auction!! Thank you to those wonderful members of our school community for supporting this fundraiser. A further $600 was raised from the sale of food and red dots!!
Please finalise your payments to the P& C asap. We are happy to announce a second chance to purchase the remaining items of which there are about half the items available. Over the next couple of days I will revise the blog pages to only include the remaining items. To purchase these artworks come into the office and make an worthy offer . For further information contact Mrs Hancock in the Art room.
Monday, October 18, 2010
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
I am so excited about the quality of the art work and range of techniques used by the students in our first ever Art Auction being held in conjunction with our Art Exhibition " IMAGINE.
Bidding forms were sent home with the newsletter on Tuesday. Additional forms are available from the front office or from the Art Room
Please note this Art Auction is strictly for the Beeliar Primary School Community. I wish to thank the various donors of art materials who have made the display of the collaborative art works possible.
All funds raised from the Art Auction will be used by the P&C for the purchase of new resources and equipment for our school.
Basic Rules for the Silent Auction.
1. You may bid more than once for an item.
1. You may bid more than once for an item.
2. You may bid on any number of items .
3. The bid must be more than the stated starting price.
4. The silent auction will close at 6 pm on Wednesday 27th October - during the opening night of the Exhibition the winners will be announced by the posting of a list in the auditorium of the the final bids. In the event of two bids being the same for one item at the close of the bidding - the bidders will be contacted to make a final highest bid.
5. Please ensure your contact details are on all bidding forms. All payments should be finalised within a week ie by November 4th either by cheque or cash to the Treasurer of the P&C - through the front office-P& C box
ALL QUERIES SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO Mrs Hancock Monday to Thursday
Visual Art Specialist.
During the World Cup for Soccer we looked at the masks of Africa. After creating them in 2d on paper we made them in clay. As a collection they look awesome.
Items 14 A, 14B and 14C have a starting price of $15, $15 and $10 respectively.
We hope you will bid high.
We live close to the sea and some of us enjoy sailing. We decided to design our own bright coloured boats for these collaborative artworks.
Items 9A, 9B and 9C have a Starting Price of $10.00 each.
NB they can be purchased as a set.
Bronwyn Bancroft is a famous Australia Aboriginal Artist who has created many artworks and illustrated and written her own books. We loved her art style . We hope you enjoy our two artworks and make many bids on what we believe will be highly sought after artworks.
Item 12A and 12B. Starting Price for bids is $20.00
We just loved the inspirational story written by Linda Kranz " Only One You". We also love working in clay and wanted to create some art that would inspire other people.
Our artworks Items 5A - 5 J can be purchased individually or in sets
The strating price for each item is $5.00
Happy Bidding TA 5
Our big ships travelling down the Western Australian coast are protected by the lighthouses of Rottnest Island, Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste. We think that everyone likes lighthouses. and would love some for their house.
Items 10 A, 10B, 10C and 10D
have a starting price of $10.00 each.
TA 18 was very excited when we were shown what the other preschooler had been making in art. Now it was our turn to make a sun colour dye wall hanging. After the fabric was wet and painted with dye we choose a favourite sea creature and placed it on the fabric. Mrs Hancock then sprinkled salt over the wet dye and waited for it to dry. The sun made the shapes stand out lots and even the pattern of the bubble wrap showed up. It was magic.
Our Undersea Art work is
Item 18A and it has a starting price of $20.00
We think it will make a great artwork to put on someones wall. Please make a high bid.
Today we experimented with leaf shapes on wet dye on fabric. Mrs Hancock wet the fabric and painted it with yellow dye. We each took turns to place our leaves and spikes of the grass trees on the wet fabric. Mrs H then sprayed it with some brown and orange dye and sprinkled on some salt. We then had to wait for it to dry. What a surprise when we took off the shapes - it was like magic. We then painted some leaves with pearl paint and printed them onto the fabric.
We hope you like our wall hanging as we think it is really cool.
Item 20A has a starting price of $20.00.
We had a really fun day using sun colour dye on fabric. After Mrs Hancock wet the fabric , painted it with the dye, we put the star, moon, sun and plant shapes on the wet fabric . Mrs Hancock then sprinkled some salt on it and laid it out in the sun to dry. When the shapes were taken off the fabric we could see where the shapes had been. . After that we stencilled some more shapes on using pearl, silver and gold paint to finish the wall hanging.
Item 21A has a starting price of $20.00
The students of TA 21 Years PP/1
TA8 has been exploring the shape of a circle and how in can be used to make patterns. As you can see we all came up with a different design to fill our square. We hope you love our three canvasses and would like them hanging on your walls at home.
Items 8A,8B and 8C have a starting price of $10.00 each
Happy Bidding the super stars of
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Pablo Picasso is the most influential artist of the 20th century. He in turn was inspired by the art of African masks- We looked at his work to create 2d plaques.
These artworks are sumptuously farmed in a heavy gold frames kindly donated by one of our families- Sorry as we dont know who it is but are very grateful.
Item 15 A Starting price $20.00
Item 15B Starting price $20.00
Item 15C Starting Price $25.00
nb Item 15C is actually a landscape artwork which will not display correctly on this blog. It is larger than the other ones.
TA 15 Year 6/7
In Ta 11 we had fun painting in the style of Jackson Pollock- He became famous for his dripping paintings or action paintings where he poured paint- the paint and flicked paint all over the art canvas. His last painting sold for a record price of $1.3 million and it now belongs to the National Gallery of Australia.
Item 11 A Starting Price $20.00
Our Jackson Pollock will be a bargain purchase.
Happy Bidding TA 11
Known as Action Jackson- he became famous for his dripping paint masterpieces- notably Blue Poles 11 purchased by the National Gallery of Australia for a record price of $1.3 million. We had fun just applying the paint in drips and circles using cool colours.
Item 13 A Starting Price $20.00
After Mrs Hancock read us the story Only One Fish we were inspired to create our own inspirational fish with lots of wisdom.
Staring Price for each item is $5.00
Our inspirational artworks can be purchased in sets.
Again the blog gremlins have turned one of the artworks on its side!!!
Sunday, October 10, 2010
We have been having fun creating delightful bird houses in TA. Our art teacher Mrs Hancock discovered some gorgeous ones on the web and inspired us to create them. We really loved making them for our auction.
Starting price for Items 1A, 1B and 1C is $10 ea
These look great as a set-