Art inspired by Jackson Pollock

Today we looked at Jackson Pollock and how he was a key figure in abstract expressionist art. We looked at some of his famous pieces of work where he used the the technique of drip painting. We put our white card on to the floor (like he use to do) and then splattered and dripped paint onto our work. Pollock often used his art to express his feelings. We looked at the colours and shapes that would help show happiness, sadness, anger etc. We also added our own twist by using miniature car wheels to add a different texture and shape to our work. We had lots of fun and got paint everywhere!

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