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A tribute to Paul Klee

Second grade art students create abstract works inspired by Paul Klee.

Paul Klee (1879-140) was a German painter whose influence was decisive in Surrealism, Expressionism and Abstraction. He understood color in a genuine way and used it with superb precision and passion. In this way, he ended up teaching his theory of color at the Bauhaus. Some of his most important works are Twittering Machine (1922), Fish Magic (1925) and Viaducts Break Ranks (1937).


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Leonardo Da Vinci según Romero Britto

L@s alumn@s de arte de 6º E.P. han estudiado al genial Leonardo Da Vinci, icono indiscutible del Renacimiento, desde una perspectiva rompedora y particular.

Inspirad@s por la obra del artista brasileño Romero Britto, nestras futuras promesas del arte han creado sus propias «Monas Lisas». ¡Asombroso!


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Clay figure sculptures

Art students in 5th grade make clay figure sculptures.


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Dreamtime Story

Students in 3rd grade draw their «dreamtime» story in the Australian aboriginal style. Later they tell their classmates what the stories are about.

The Dreamtime is term used for describing important features of Aboriginal spiritual beliefs and existence. The Aboriginals believed that the entire world was made by their Ancestors way back in the very beginning of time – The Aboriginal people, the rocks, mountains, rivers, creeks, waterholes, plants and animals. The Aboriginals also believed that the Dreamtime period is a continuum of past, present and future.


Dreamtime Story from Wisdom School on Vimeo.

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