Lesson 5: Magdalene Odundo

By loosely playing around with shapes, Kenyan artist Magdalene Odundo creates ideas for her ceramic pots, and children work in the same way, with space around them, using two different colours of chalk and their whole bodies to make long sweeping arm movements

Learning Objectives

  • Seeing the importance of 2D drawings in developing three dimensional work

  • Knowing that I can also develop ideas through exploring shape form

  • Using 2D drawings and exploring shape form to develop my own ideas for 3D work

Teacher Video: Magdalene Odundo

Presentation: Magdelena Odundo

Created by:
Susan Coles,  
Art & Design specialist
Susan is an educator, artist and an active advocate of art in schools. Her roles include: Secretary to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Art, Craft, Design Education, Past President, and now Honorary Fellow of the National Society for Education…
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