Learners at RIS Ilkeston have been exploring geometric and organic shapes, texture and 3D modelling this term, all with the aim to develop an abstract landscape.

Over the span of six weeks, learners created their artwork which resulted in a fantastic final piece of hedgehogs in an autumnal setting.

The final hedgehogs were made out of plasticine so the learners could manipulate and change the shape of the figures as they were being made.

Gail Smyth, Tutor at R.E.A.L. said: “The learners thoroughly enjoyed the autumn theme and felt proud of what they had produced.

“This half-term we’ll be learning about different artists and will be linking our final piece to a winter theme this time.”