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angela baptie creativity
ba (hons) fine art
angbap44@gmail.com
0750 5559879
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angela baptie
ba (hons) fine art (first class)
The creation of visual art enables both
‘high fliers’ and academically challenged
pupils to work on a level footing.

Crea...
My aim for each art project is to:
• enable both individual and team working

• encourage pupils to
– have a ‘can do’ atti...
A few examples…
‘Our Natural World’
by class ¾ W
Pendle Primary School
‘Whalley Village’
@ Whalley Train Station

A mural in the style of artist
Hundertwasser
by Year 5 pupils
Whalley C of E Pr...
‘5-a-day Healthy Eating Project’
Feltmaking Fruit & Veg
to encourage greater awareness of healthy eating
with KS2 pupils 5...
Largescale Backdrop Painting
for end of year 6
performance
‘Troy Story’
Whalley C of E Primary
‘Clitheroe – A Special Place’
A painting by 60 pupils
from KS 1 & KS2
Pendle Primary School
Projects in
more

detail...
‘Whalley Village’
@ Whalley Train Station
A mural in the style of artist
Hundertwasser
by Year 5 pupils
Whalley C of E Pri...
Planning the design…
(many drawings later and many more to do)
From an idea on a small piece of paper to
scaling-up onto six 3ft x 4ft boards…
…painting the boards…
Exhibition
@ The Platform Gallery…
(one board finished,,,only 5 more to go!)
…at the station…
Feedback…
A Feltmaking Project
to encourage greater awareness of
healthy eating with KS2 pupils in
5 Accrington
Primary schools
The schools:
• St John with St Augustine’s C of E Primary School
• Hyndburn Park Primary School
• Springhill Primary Schoo...
‘5-a-day Healthy Eating Project’
The Wool…
The Visuals…
The Process…
‘Fruity Felts’
(before being sewn)
Sewing felts onto backing fabric…
…the finished results…
(1 of the 5 schools)
An Exhibition of Artwork
by pupils from each of the 5 participating
schools
in the gallery of

St John’s with St Augustine...
Letters from the Pupils…
‘Our NaturalWorld’
A feltmaking project
by year 3 & 4 pupils
inspired by nature
Grouping the class felts together…
Sewing onto a circular panel…
…and it’s finished!
Clitheroe
Advertiser & Times
03/10/2013
Largescale Paintings
for end of year 6
Performances
‘Troy Story’
&
‘Ye-Ha’
Drawing the Ideas…
Painting the Backdrop…
…where are the performers?...
Primary School Mural
(painted for afterschool club)
‘Rethinking the Work of a Famous Artist’
A project that deconstructs an abstract painting by
Pablo Picasso to create,
through a number of art processes,
an entirel...
• cutting up a copy of the painting
• creating a sculpture with the pieces of
painting
• photographing the sculpture
• dra...
The Results:
‘Clitheroe – A Special Place’
A painting by 60 pupils
from KS 1 & KS2
Pendle Primary School
Pupils chose an image to represent Clitheroe:
the castle, the library, Edisford Bridge…
which were then painted on
individ...
Acknowledging the pupils’ creativity…
In the school foyer…
abcreativity
angela baptie creativity
ba (hons) fine art
angbap44@gmail.com
0750 5559879
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
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ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
ABCreativity presentation for schools
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  • Pupils walked around the villagePhotographs were taken(then some more)Drawings were made from the photgraphs…(how would Hundertwasser draw Whalley?)
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    1. 1. abcreativity angela baptie creativity ba (hons) fine art angbap44@gmail.com 0750 5559879
    2. 2. art school angela baptie ba (hons) fine art (first class)
    3. 3. The creation of visual art enables both ‘high fliers’ and academically challenged pupils to work on a level footing. Creativity encourages everyone!
    4. 4. My aim for each art project is to: • enable both individual and team working • encourage pupils to – have a ‘can do’ attitude – learn new skills – learn a process rather than focus on the end result and the production of ‘identikits’ – think ‘outside of the box’ • emphasise the importance of each individual’s creations and those of others • present pupils’ artwork in a way that has lasting value for the pupil and the school community
    5. 5. A few examples…
    6. 6. ‘Our Natural World’ by class ¾ W Pendle Primary School
    7. 7. ‘Whalley Village’ @ Whalley Train Station A mural in the style of artist Hundertwasser by Year 5 pupils Whalley C of E Primary School
    8. 8. ‘5-a-day Healthy Eating Project’ Feltmaking Fruit & Veg to encourage greater awareness of healthy eating with KS2 pupils 5 Accrington Primary schools
    9. 9. Largescale Backdrop Painting for end of year 6 performance ‘Troy Story’ Whalley C of E Primary
    10. 10. ‘Clitheroe – A Special Place’ A painting by 60 pupils from KS 1 & KS2 Pendle Primary School
    11. 11. Projects in more detail...
    12. 12. ‘Whalley Village’ @ Whalley Train Station A mural in the style of artist Hundertwasser by Year 5 pupils Whalley C of E Primary School
    13. 13. Planning the design… (many drawings later and many more to do)
    14. 14. From an idea on a small piece of paper to scaling-up onto six 3ft x 4ft boards…
    15. 15. …painting the boards…
    16. 16. Exhibition @ The Platform Gallery… (one board finished,,,only 5 more to go!)
    17. 17. …at the station…
    18. 18. Feedback…
    19. 19. A Feltmaking Project to encourage greater awareness of healthy eating with KS2 pupils in 5 Accrington Primary schools
    20. 20. The schools: • St John with St Augustine’s C of E Primary School • Hyndburn Park Primary School • Springhill Primary School • Benjamin Hargreaves C of E Primary School • Baxenden C of E Primary School
    21. 21. ‘5-a-day Healthy Eating Project’
    22. 22. The Wool…
    23. 23. The Visuals…
    24. 24. The Process…
    25. 25. ‘Fruity Felts’ (before being sewn)
    26. 26. Sewing felts onto backing fabric…
    27. 27. …the finished results… (1 of the 5 schools)
    28. 28. An Exhibition of Artwork by pupils from each of the 5 participating schools in the gallery of St John’s with St Augustine’s Primary School
    29. 29. Letters from the Pupils…
    30. 30. ‘Our NaturalWorld’ A feltmaking project by year 3 & 4 pupils inspired by nature
    31. 31. Grouping the class felts together…
    32. 32. Sewing onto a circular panel…
    33. 33. …and it’s finished!
    34. 34. Clitheroe Advertiser & Times 03/10/2013
    35. 35. Largescale Paintings for end of year 6 Performances ‘Troy Story’ & ‘Ye-Ha’
    36. 36. Drawing the Ideas…
    37. 37. Painting the Backdrop…
    38. 38. …where are the performers?...
    39. 39. Primary School Mural (painted for afterschool club)
    40. 40. ‘Rethinking the Work of a Famous Artist’
    41. 41. A project that deconstructs an abstract painting by Pablo Picasso to create, through a number of art processes, an entirely original painting by the pupil…
    42. 42. • cutting up a copy of the painting • creating a sculpture with the pieces of painting • photographing the sculpture • drawing the photograph • painting the drawing
    43. 43. The Results:
    44. 44. ‘Clitheroe – A Special Place’ A painting by 60 pupils from KS 1 & KS2 Pendle Primary School
    45. 45. Pupils chose an image to represent Clitheroe: the castle, the library, Edisford Bridge… which were then painted on individual pieces of canvas. Each pupils’ painting was then appliqued onto a large canvas panel.
    46. 46. Acknowledging the pupils’ creativity…
    47. 47. In the school foyer…
    48. 48. abcreativity angela baptie creativity ba (hons) fine art angbap44@gmail.com 0750 5559879
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