Sculpture Summer Camp is quickly coming to an end. The kids are working fast & furious to get all of their sculptures finished. The sculpting & building of their sculpture sis don… now they’re onto detailing & painting. Which is when the sculptures really come to life!
Soon enough, their sculptures were finished… painted, detailed, done.
Then they were quick off to the tables with fans blowing on them.
Got to get the paint dry before their parents come to pick them up at 3:30pm.
And if that weren’t enough… Ellie and I decided that her pompous penguin needed a fancy floor to stand on. So we broke up some glass tiles so she could mosaic the floor. Especially fun since the files were donated by one of my adult pottery students. The store where she works for was looking for someone who could “reuse” these tiles somehow instead of throwing them away… and this was the first of many projects to come! Thanks Meredith for the donation… I thank you, Ellie thanks you… and the Penguin thanks you!!!
So here are a few “finished” sculptures by my talented Summer Campers this week.
NOAH’s Ganesh Shrine
ELLIE’s penguin complete with top hat, monocle and mosaic tiled floor.
RACHEL’s frozen blue ice dragon.
SAM’s aviary tree with five birds a flocking.
JAMES’ trio of Olympic winning birds
MARYMAYA’s howling timber wolf.
SAMUEL’S version of a Giacometti sculpture.
AVA’s version of the Chicago Picasso sculpture.
Another great week with my Summer Campers!!!