Balnamore and St Finloughs Primary Schools Art in Nature Exhibition

Balnamore and St Finloughs Primary Schools Art in Nature Exhibition

30th October - 1 December

We are thrilled to present this beautiful joint exhibition with two wonderful rural primary schools in the Causeway Coast and Glens borough, St Finloughs Primary School and Balnamore Primary School. The schools choose the theme of nature to allow the children to explore the natural environment around them and be curious about the great outdoors. Roe Valley Arts Centre also worked with the schools virtually to provide them with some ideas for how they could turn the nature they had been discovering into wonderful works of art. The children from both schools have done an amazing job of letting nature inspire them and have created this beautiful Art in Nature Exhibition.

This activity is part of our ARTbeat and Causeway Creative Trail initiatives, promoting the arts and wellbeing through our environment. Being outside is central to keeping your body and mind healthy and we hope that this exhibition will inspire other families and schools to get outdoors and get creative too!

If you would like to have a go at some of the great Nature Art Activities that the schools used simply click the links below to get involved and have a go!

Marie Louise, St Finlough Primary School
Children at Balnamore Primary School exploring nature
Peter Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
Amelia Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Maria, St Finloughs Primary School
Noah Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Alex, Balnamore Primary School
Samantha Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
Heath Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Children at Balnamore Primary School exploring nature
Hallie, Balnamore Primary School
James, St Finloughs Primary School
Travis Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Erin, St Finloughs Primary School
Pippa Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
Max, Balnamore Primary School
Tyler Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Ellie, St Finloughs Primary School
Caolan, St Finloughs Primary School
Children at Balnamore Primary school painting outdoors.
Emilee Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Charlotte St, Balnamore Primary School
Children at Balnamore Primary School exploring nature
Ruby Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Rosie Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
Callum, St Finloughs Primary School
Jay, Balnamore Primary School
Grace Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Sasha Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
Children at Balnamore Primary School exploring nature
Freddie, Balnamore Primary School
Gavin Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Declan, St Finloughs Primary School
Children at Balnamore Primary School exploring nature
Rhys Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
Luke Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Charlotte Sp, Balnamore Primary School
Ethan Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Children at Balnamore Primary School painting outdoors
Ava, St Finloughs Primary School
Poppy Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
Holly Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Children at Balnamore Primary School exploring nature
Mia, Balnamore Primary School
Oliver Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
James Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Jonah Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
Danielle, Balnamore Primary School
Aoibhean, St Finloughs Primary School
Abel Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
Bobby Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Cassie, Balnamore Primary School
Children at Balnamore Primary School exploring nature
Chelsea Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
Kate Broccoli Painting Balnamore Primary School
Ella Autumn Leaves Balnamore Primary School
P6 7 Collaborative Sunflower Piece Inspired By The Sunflowers They Planted In Class
Amy, Balnamore Primary School
Children at Balnamore Primary School growing Sunflowers and learning about nature.

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