Thursday, 8 February 2018


In Art, we explored the lines, shapes and patterns made in the wooden carvings of the koruru. The koruru can be found at a marae. 
It is a carved head at the apex of the wharenui and represents ancestors. We used pencil and black marker on brown paper to represent the carved notches in the wood. Finally, we added a paua shell design for the eyes.

1 comment:

  1. Great Job Room 10!
    The artwork looks great a great way to start the first art of the year.
    Ka Pai!
    - Samarah