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Trinity News : April 2012
40 TRINITY NEWS 40 TRINITY NEWS 40 TRINITY NEWS The photography art club is overflowing with keen students enjoying their sessions in the magical environment of the Senior School Dark Room. Students have created photograms by placing objects on photographic paper and exposing their compositions to light. Working with only red lights they are now confident with the use of chemicals to develop their images. They are also learning to work with digital cameras, working with natural forms to create interesting macro images Mrs Ronnie Pratt | Art Teacher The excitement rises each Thursday as students make their way to the art room for Sculpture Art Club. The course started with casting processes. Students embedded found objects into clay and then removed them, filling the space with plaster which was left to harden before removing the clay to reveal a plaster replica of the original object. Plastic packaging was also used as a mould for plaster, creating a series of interesting objects. This was followed with the construction of wire figures which were wound with fabric dipped in Paverpol. This was a very messy experience, but most of the boys enjoyed the experience of getting their hands covered in the glue-like substance. Mrs Brigitte Gray | Year 6 Teacher Art club Photography A n t hon yX ega sY ea r 4 Red camera Sculpture Calum Ferguson Yr4, Nicholas Karam Yr4, Cameron Ong Yr3 Nathan Chu Yr 6 Luke Gabriel Yr6, Siddharth Mallick Yr6 Alec Williams Yr4 Alexander Laundess Year 6, Thomas Fry Year 6