To commemorate the centenary of the death of Robert Noble, P5 had the opportunity to create artwork for the school.
We looked at some of Robert Nobel’s paintings of East Linton in assembly on Friday and discussed his love of the river and colour.
We split into four groups – each looking at a different aspect of the River Tyne – and made four large pieces of art. One focused on colour, another on the water, another on trees and the last on the leaves.
We studied the area, drew and coloured on paper, brought all of our ideas and perceptions together, then worked brilliantly in groups to make everything come to life!
A special thanks and Carol, Fiona and Zoe who made it all happen!
Here are some photos of the class researching the environment, taking sketches and making compositions!
What a great way to celebrate the work of Robert Nobel, well done P5!