Creating Perspective - 20/10/20
Leicester class have used the artwork of an American artist named Alexander Hogue, who used the Northern Great Plains as a focus for his work. We used wax crayons to allow us to blend colours to make different shades. By blending colour and using a horizon line we aimed to create perspective in our work. Our aim was to create an effect so that the Rocky mountains are in the background of our picture, and the red rock and savannah are at the front. Here are a few examples of our work which have been proudly displayed in the corridor leading to the hall.