This week, the Snowdrops painted their own Joan-Miro-inspired artwork. Miro was a surrealist artist who worked during the 20th Century.
Similarly to Miro, the group had planned their work by using a squared grid. They then sketched their abstract images and painted around the outlines. The next day, after the black paint had dried, the class applied their various other colours.
The final pieces are fantastic and have a remarkable likeness to the art of Miro himself!
Article 29: the Right to develop talents and abilities