This project was inspired by the amazing landscapes found in my home state of Western Australia - specifically, the 'Bungle Bungles'. The Bungle Bungle Range forms the major component of the Purnululu National Park and it is known for its distinctive 'beehive' rock formations.
To start, we looked at a number of different photographs of the Bungle Bungles. We then looked at the ways in which a number of different artists had represented them.
Students were given a range of materials to use and the freedom to choose how they were going to creatively interpret this amazing landscape.
I love how different the final artworks are!
Pan - Year 6
Genevieve - Year 7
Peter - Year 6