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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Family Art Representation


Last term Te Ngahere and Te Maunga drew koru and kowhaiwhai patterns. First we did practises with crayons and A4 pieces of paper. We had to use the crayons to practise how to keep the koru the same width all the way. After our practises we moved on to our family representation art. We did drafts to create our own design that represents the people in our family. We then had to draw our design (with pencil) lightly onto a smaller piece of paper and paint it with metallic shiny colours. After we finished with the paint we traced our koru’s with vivid. We made this art to decorate our Whare. We learnt how to draw koru and kowhaiwhai patterns to represent people. Making our koru and kowhaiwhai patterns was fun!

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