Hello from Miss McCluskey

A Special Post for Maths Week Scotland   …

All around us we see, hear and feel structures & rhythms.

We use our senses to find shapes & patterns to help us to understand our world – A world full of Art & Mathematics…

For thousands of years Artists have used Mathematics in their work-

Elements of shape, pattern, form and more…


                                         …   PAUL KLEE   …

The Artist, Paul Klee, used geometric shapes of different sizes & colours to create many of his abstract and expressive paintings.

Paul Klee was interested in the shapes & patterns that he saw around him and he loved colour too!

He looked closely at buildings and he tried to paint his ideas about how what he saw made him feel.

We created our own work inspired by Paul Klee.


See if you can find all of the shapes in our ‘CityScapes’

Happy Maths Week!  🙂 🙂 🙂

27th September- 3rd October 2021

Remember Maths & Art are great ALL YEAR ROUND! 🙂

   Look out for…

more about the Artist Paul Klee.









An ‘Impressions Gallery’ Touring Exhibition

in association with The Dick Institute & more…

Without seeds and their potential for food and medicine, we cannot sustain ourselves.


Five Artists explore the global efforts to save rare plants from extinction.

#Get into Buildings

Doors are opening again!   🙂 🙂 🙂

                            Across Scotland

Throughout September 2021


           AYRSHIRE   11th/12th September

My Pick of this weekend…


View a beautiful Stained Glass Window

at 2 Dunlop Street, Kilmarnock, KA1 2AW




Visit a vast Glass-Roofed Victorian Linthouse,

Boatshop, Fitting Shed, Tenement Flat.

See Historic Vessels, tools, artefacts, fascinating personal items

including Art and more…

at Gottries Road, Irvine, KA12 8QE



This former Art Deco Cinema is starting a new life

as a Community Hub.

Opened in 1935, it is a fine example of this style-

Come and take a look inside!

at Main Street, Prestwick, KA9

Let’s get into buildings!