Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Fibonacci Spiral Art


 Observation and drawing.


The students were asked to look at patterns in the environment and to create some of their own patterns and to experiment with using colour.


Tamzin L
Noam

Millabeene

Joshua E
Leah
Zachary

Chalize K
Harry

Humayl

Carter
Max

Sienna


Mya
Enrick

Maryam

Lucy





Charlize P

Connor M

William

Abby

Rachel

Haydon

Tayla

Caitlin B

Chloe

Bradley

Tamsin L

Callum







Tuesday, June 28, 2016

LZ1 F Fibonacci Art


LZ1 F Fibonacci Art


Fibonacci


Fibonacci is believed to be born around about 1170. He was apparently a son of a rich man called Guglielmo Bonacci Lenardo who was able to travel lots with his child. While traveling with his father to Northern Africa Lenardo first learned the Hindu-Arabic numerals. He recognized that the number system was much more workable than the number system in Roman Italy. Fibonacci made the numbers 1,2,3,5,8,13,21,55,89,144,233,377… and more because all the numbers I just showed you connect to spirals going in different directions. If you count the spirals maybe on a pinecone you will end up with a Fibonacci number. Fibonacci’s artwork is also a great representation of nature. For instance flower petals, they have different patterns and directions. This is why we did spirals for our art this term.       


By -Lily B


Below is the artwork from LZ1 F Literacy Class
Anya

Arielle

Austin

Cameron

Charlie

Ella

Finn

Holly Druce

Holly H 

Reuben

Jade

Jamie

Jonelle

Joshua

Kaitlin

Kendal

Kian

Koto

Lily

Lucy R

Makenna

Sahara

Savanna

Seb

Tyler