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."
To see the image in colour, click on my Flickr photostream link here.
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.
To see the shades of blue, green and yellow, please click on my photostream link here.
To almost smell the turmeric, look for the unique shade of spicy yellow here,
To be tickled pink, click on the Flickr link (to see my photo stream here.)
To see the lines in black and blue (and read about the drawing), click here!
For a burst of colour pop, click here!
To colour in a grey day, and see a different version, click here.