We’ve been busy in the studio again today! To see the future “airport” in colour and to read the description, click on my Flickr link here.
4 year old Oskar worked with the clay to form it into a tall pile which he shaped into "a mountain".
"The animals live on the mountain," he told us. "It's a wildlife reserve."
He found sticks to embed into the clay. "These are the cannons," he decided. "These are to stop the bad guys from killing the animals."
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I sat with some children in the atelier today and asked them to draw what was important at school. Most of them connected to the outdoor spaces: “the swings”, “butterflies”, “the swinging tyre”, “the tunnel” and this boy Shaurya drew himself and his friends “at the bike track”.
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The children have been at it again as they take over the atelier floor to make a giant map installation! To see the colour version, click here.
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To see the shades of blue, green and yellow, please click on my photostream link here.
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