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April 2010

Tudor portraits and Tudor Patterns

Posted by Sian Lile-Pastore on 12 April 2010

We have been busy making Tudor patterns and Tudor portraits! The plan was that visitors could paint a tudor portrait in the Church and a frame for their portrait in Oriel 1. As the portraits were a little bit tricky to make the activity was suitable for ages 7 and up, but littler ones could still get to work on those patterns!

So here are some frames ready for a portrait to be placed inside them...

... and here are some wonderful framed portraits!

Lots of you made some beautiful patterns inspired by the murals in the church....

...and then there were a couple that perhaps weren't so tudor inspired but were wonderful nonetheless.

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