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Term 2- Art Competition

Term 2 Art competition – Winter Landscape   

Term 2 Art competition – Winter Landscape   

Huge congratulations to all those who entered last term’s art competition. We had many wonderful creations on the theme of Autumn. There were three over all winners, so a huge congratulations to them and all the other children that entered for the incredibly high standards. 

This term’s art competition has another seasonal theme, this time based on Winter. I am asking children to create their own interpretation of a winter landscape using a media of their choice. The artwork can be any size but needs to be in the format of landscape. If children require any paper or materials, these can be collected from the art room.  

This week, I introduced the children to 3 artists they can base their work on. Franz Marc, Hokusai and Sophie Hope Flavell. Sophie will be coming to school next week to run a painting workshop with some of the children. She is a local artist based in Whitstable who creates magnificent mixed media painted canvases. Children do not have to use the artist but may like to have a look at some examples of their work to inspire them.   

Competition information: 

  • Keep images appropriate and be original 

  • Try to think outside the box 

  • Use the inspiration from the suggested artist’s  Franz Marc, Hokusai and Sophie Hope Flavell 

  • Workshops will be in the art room this term for the competition – Thursdays 12pm-1pm 


The following resources can be used: 

  • Paper  

  • Canvases/ boards 

  • iPads – for inspiration or drawing from/ taking images 

  • Pencils/ coloured pencils 

  • Photography 

  • Pens 

  • Paint  

  • Collage 

  • Pastels 

Work must be submitted to Mr Brown or Mrs Smith by Monday 11th December with your full name, team name and age attached. There will be prizes and house points for first, second and third prize winners. 

We look forward to seeing what fantastic artwork children come up with. If you have any questions, then come and find us.  

Good luck,  

Mrs Smith and Mr Brown