Cathal’s Halloween Art

Posted by Cathal On October - 24 - 2019

This is my Halloween Art.

It is a haunted house.

I used paint for my background.

Cathal's Halloween Art

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  1. Abdul says:

    This is really good art. I like the mixture of the sky and clouds. The structure of the house is great. It looks like a haunted house.

  2. Shane says:

    I like how you used different colours for the background.

  3. Ella says:

    Lovely work Cathal.

Evan’s Halloween Art

Posted by Evan On October - 24 - 2019

This is my Halloween art.

For the background I used different colours.

Then I used black paper for the house and the pumpkin.

Evan's house

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  1. Gabriel says:

    Brilliant picture. I love the colours you used to paint your background.

  2. Abdul says:

    This is a great drawing because if you look at the sky, the mixture of the orange, red and yellow it reminds me of a lovely sunset. The purple looks like a whole bunch of flowers and the combination with the other colours looks so cool.

  3. Katie says:

    I love the way you have the pumpkin on the side.
    Very good.

  4. Shane says:

    I like how the pumpkin has an evil face.

Abdul’s House of DOOM!!!

Posted by Abdul On October - 24 - 2019

This is my Halloween Art.

I used paint for the background and used black card for the house, cat and pumpkin.

It took me a while so i hope you like it.

 

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  1. Niamh says:

    Very creative Abdul!!
    good job!

  2. Cathal says:

    Very nice picture Abdul. Nice colours in the background!!

  3. Bradley says:

    I think it is very nice and all the colours in the background are nice.

  4. Ruby says:

    Nice colours in the background. Well done Abdul.

Bradley’s Halloween Art

Posted by Bradley On October - 24 - 2019

For my background I used different shades of purple.

Then I cut out a castle shape from black card.

And after that I glued it on.

Bradley's Castle

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  1. Diane says:

    The castle is really good.
    I like the purple sky.

  2. Abdul says:

    This is really nice art because if you look at the white hole properly it makes it look like a person got sucked to another dimension of the castle. I like it, it’s a really good idea. Good job Bradley.

  3. Ryan says:

    Very good Bradley. I like the castle and the colour.

  4. Ruby says:

    Nice shades of purple.

Ruby’s Halloween Art

Posted by Ruby On October - 24 - 2019

This is my Halloween art.

First I painted my background blue, yellow and orange.

I got black card and cut out the silhouette.

Next I glued my silhouette to the painting.

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  1. Niamh says:

    I love the colours!!
    I also think it was a great idea to colour the windows gold.
    Well done!!!

  2. Bradley says:

    I really like all the colours and the house and pumpkin.

  3. Ryan says:

    Very good Ruby. I like the colour and the pumpkin. Great job.

Aoife’s Halloween Art

Posted by Aoife On October - 24 - 2019

For my art I used paint for the background and cut out black card for the house.

I also used a gold marker for the moon and ground!!

Aoife's Halloween picture

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  1. Niamh says:

    WOW!!!
    I really love it!!
    So creative!
    Well done!

  2. Gabriel says:

    This is really good. I really like how you did the house. Well done.

  3. Evan says:

    Nice art Aoife. I love the colour. Well done.

  4. Katie says:

    Well done. I like the way you used the gold on the windows .

Kellyann’s Halloween Art

Posted by Kellyann On October - 23 - 2019

This is my Halloween art.

First I got a white sheet and painted it purple.

I used black and white paint to make different shades.

Next, I got a black card and drew out Halloween shapes.

Then I cut them out and stuck them on to my painting.

I used a gold sharpie to add detail.

 

Kellyann's spooky art!

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  1. Gabriel says:

    Nice picture. I love the ghost and the pumpkins.

  2. Evan says:

    the ghost is cool. well done.

  3. Katie says:

    Very good Kellyann. I like the ghosts and the cat.

Gort Sceiche Wall Art

Posted by Ms. Naughton On June - 10 - 2019

This year, we undertook a whole-school project to bring our pupil artistic talents outside.  The goal was to enhance our outdoor space with impactful art- one which promotes our schools values, our vision and raise a smile!

We are proud of our school and all it represents and we wanted to communicate, through art, everything that’s positive and important to our school. Using our name GORT SCEICHE,  we picked a theme for each letter. Every class designed the artwork representing the theme as follows for each letter:

GAnimals in our Environment

OFriendship

R – Learning at school

T – Religion

S – Place Names

C – Our School 

E – GAA

IMusic

CSport 

H – Digital/IT

EMusic

Here are some photos of our pupils designing & creating their art earlier this year:

A special thank you to Melissa Walsh, MW Design, Print & Signs for making the letters and adding our pupil’s art to each letter. Her enthusiasm and creativity brought this project from 70 A4 sheets of themed artwork to what’s now proudly displayed on our school wall.

The finished letters –

  

 

 

 

 

We are so happy with the finished art!  Thank you to our amazingly talented pupils at Gortskehy who have brought this art to life with their creativity and artistic flair. We hope it makes you smile!

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  1. It’s looks fabulous well done to all involved.

  2. Brilliant work and talent to all involved.

  3. Anne Jordan Anne Jordan says:

    Looking good, well done everyone

  4. Wow that’s impressive and a brilliant idea!

  5. Wow, super job everyone! Looks brilliant

  6. Looks brilliant, well done all

  7. Excellent, well done everyone

  8. Henry Elaine Henry Elaine says:

    A fabulous idea. And it looks marvelous

  9. Amazing well done to teachers students and Melissa Walsh

Creative Schools

Posted by Ms. Naughton On January - 11 - 2019

The Creative Schools programme  aims to put the arts and creativity at the heart of children and young people’s lives.

It gives children and young people a central role in the process.   Back in June 2018,  we were selected as one of 150 schools nationally to take part in this pilot initiative which will help us understand, develop and celebrate the arts and creativity in our school.

We have been assigned a Creative Associate, Jojo Hynes, who will support our school to develop a Creative School Plan for the year ahead. Jojo will assist in creating and developing links between schools and artists/ art and cultural organisations at local and national level along with challenging us to think in new and different ways.

Meet our Creative Schools Team – a representative group who will lead the Creative School process here at Gortskehy.

We are looking forward to working with the Arts Council and Jojo on this exciting initiative this year.

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Credit Union Art Competition

Posted by Ms. Naughton On November - 13 - 2018

Thank you to all our pupils who entered the Credit Union Art Competition this year and to the class teachers for helping them with their creativity.   As usual, the standard was very high and we were delighted that a number of our pupils were recognised for their wonderful art & talent.

The winners in each category from our school were as follows:

7 years & under – 1st: Alaois Doherty, 2nd: Ciara Hession, 3rd: Caitlín Ryan

8-10 years – 1st: Fiona Ryan, 2nd: Ella McManus, 3rd: Dayna Jordan

11-13 years – 1st: Kellyann Walsh, 2nd: Aoife Heaney, 3rd: Josh Wilkins

Parents were invited to a presentation ceremony on Saturday, November 10th, at the Town Hall Claremorris.

Well done to all involved!

 

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