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Large Wall Art Projects

I run art workshops where the children create large permanent pieces of art onto MDF boards. These art projects are really popular with schools for displays in entrance halls, corridors and halls. The children use their drawing skills to sketch images onto the primed boards then they apply acrylic paint to create colour and tone. This activity is great for a whole school project because all year groups can be involved

Wincham Primary School, Northwich,Cheshire 2019

Year 6 Art Workshop. The children produced a peice of artwork on two large MDF boards that represented the Global Goals and celebrated their link with a school in Kenya, Africa.


Wynne's work has been a fantastic addition to the school, in terms of a permanent piece of display to improve the visual appeal, but most importantly, as a large scale collaborative piece of work done by Year 6 that they could leave as a legacy for the school. Her artwork incorporated all elements of our school's vision for global learning, as well as our commmitment to teaching about Global Goals for Sustainable Develoment. Wynne worked really effectively with the children, identifying and playing to everyone's strengths, allowing every child's contribution to be valued.
Mr Matt Boot ( Headteacher) 2019

Our Lady Star Of The Sea Catholic Primary School Sept 2018.

Art workshop for gifted & talented children. They drew characters from books onto large MDF boards then painted them. The finished work was put up in the school library.


Cuddington Primary School 2018

The children produced a piece of artwork on large MDF boards that represented their school values. They created it in the style of Aboriginal art. The finished artwork was put up in the hall.


JH Godwin Primary School, Blacon, Chester 2017

Year 5 Art Workshop. The children sketched images of rainforest animals onto a large mdf board then applied acrylic paint to create colour and tone.

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Golftyn Primary School, Deeside 2017

Art Workshop for Gifted and Talented children. The children created a large piece of artwork on mdf board which represented their local area and Wales.

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