Monday, 26 November 2018

3 Elements of Lady pink's art work


Investigate and explain how artists express meaning in their work

Able to explain 3 or more elements (e.g. line, shape, colour, form) that artists use to share messages through their work; can identify an artist’s message (e.g personal identity, a story, opinion on social issues)

Lady Pink
3 Elements 

Shape: Lady pink was a graffiti artist so she mostly used big expressed shapes representing realistic objects, places and even humans.  She had a lot of 3D objects to make her art work look realistic.  here is one of her art works that really stood out as a realistic piece of art 
Colour: there are a lot of different kinds of colour shades there could be a light type of shade, dark, medium, or a real sketched type colour, they could all be used in different ways. lady pink mostly used bright colours because she used bright to explain that women stand out and can do anything, knowing from her art work, take a look at one of her art works and tell me in the comments if you agree. Lady Pink fine art   

Lines: Lady pink would always used different types of lines, she used the Elements of shapes to express her self in her art work that tells her message for women, for and example curved lines , straight lines and other lines.  


Friday, 16 November 2018

The lonely sad boy & the reflecting beautiful tree

Image result for tree growing

A lonely boy who was raised up on his own  

Quiet, shy, scared of the other things  he would become

He loved the nature and everything around

But the people he missed could never be found  

This strange tree that was growing from beneath

He stood and stared not knowing what to do

He cried and cried because this tree was a reflection of himself

Lonely, sad, something who was looking for help ,

So he took his time to sit and help

This tree grew higher, bigger and beautiful

He cried and cried just looking at this beautiful tree

The thing he thought that was a reflection of him,  grew bigger and beautiful day and night

All tho the boy felt happy, he never changed and was still  lonely inside.

Thursday, 15 November 2018

Auckland U13 Representative Rugby!

“Toko uso, Uso toko...WE ARE BROTHERS!” During my school holidays I had the privilege to play in the blue and white hoopers and represent Auckland. We played against 4 teams around New Zealand and we were the only team that was full of intermediate boys but that didn’t get to us.  My experience with the team was a memory I will keep forever and one of the most fun times of playing rugby.

The main thing for our team was brotherhood, brotherhood was important to our team because the only way to play on the field with each other is if you can call the guy beside you, your brother.  Our brotherhood at start wasn’t so great, sometimes the boys would come to training with a bad attitude then that attitude builds up and encourages other boys to join as well. As time passed more and more boys noticed that you didn’t  have to be a (Captain) to lead the team but your brotherhood can be shown when your fellow team mates are stepping up to lead. When your team comes together and just takes a breather to focus in without coach telling us to then you know your brotherhood would not be broken .

We arrived at hamilton for the first tournament playing in the Auckland jersey and the first thing we did was walk around the field just to know what way the wind is at its strongest and the matter of space we can use and just to go through our game plan for the first game.  I felt pretty nervous and so did some of the other boys knowing that we are representing the people back at home, our families and ourselves. Back in the changing rooms we all started talking about values on the field just to know we've got them on lock and were not lost on the field.  Something I learnt from warm ups is that “ the way you act up in training and warm ups, will be the way you act in game time”  I took that very seriously knowing that we have to stay focus no matter what.

Last game with my brothers was a game I will never forget.  Unfortunately we came up short and wellington took the win but one thing I was so proud of is that no matter how much tries they scored, no matter how much tackles they made, they could never break our bond because we fought till the end.  The lesson i learnt from that game was “this is rugby, you win some you lose some” but never give up until it’s finished.

Practice Problems



Saturday, 15 September 2018

Our Amazing World

This is the Famous Eiffel tower known as the biggest tower in France, this is located in Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France, The size of this tower is 2,498 m 8,194 ft ) amazing right? I  personally think if your looking for

a family vacation or holiday you should go visit the Eiffel tower and actually see 
it for yourself .

Thursday, 30 August 2018

School poem!!

A place were all our memories are made 
Having fun every day 
Waking up, I can't be late 
My brain switched on 
Now school is great
Represent my school with pride
Not here for trouble
Just positive vibes