Collaborative Art ProjectsRight shape ice, wrong dimensilnsThe ice for our lake had to melt and refreeze before anyone was going to do any skating. Hopefully it's liquid long enough for that monster to take a dip!IMG_0643Tessera in SpringStringing and beading bow with spring colors and flowersMusic ChairPaint and chimes on antique chairSheep!Ceramic sculptureYear of the DragonCeramic dragon composed of dozens of hand made lettersGalloping TogetherCeramic sections held together with ribbon.Word BirdPaper mache word collageLove MonkiesCeramic sculptureSpooky BatPaper mache over a composite armature.Tessera in FallStringing and beading bow with fall colorsPenguin PlayMasked by teachers and then painted by dancing kid's feet then coated with glitter.Wishing WhalesMasked by teachers and then painted by dancing kid's feet then coated with glitter.Lemonade StandEvery summer we build a new one. This year was hand painted cardboard and ties.Snake BowlCeramic using multiple techniquesAbiyoyo ukulele collageWord cloud collage over instrumentPrimary DotsMixed mediaRainbow Bike CrashAbandoned bicycle repurposed with mixed media
Monthly Archives: November 2013
If you’re looking for something fun and educational to add to your child’s day when Shoreline and Edmonds schools are out, join us for our papermaking special session. Children learn the basic papermaking process, get messy, and take home a … Continue reading
We finished our group papier mache project at last, putting the last finishing touched on our big black bat. In its wake we’ve started on a number of other collaborative works. The largest is a series of long black on … Continue reading
Our first rounds of ceramic holiday ornaments are almost ready to fire! Last chance to join us for ceramics and have your child’s artwork fired in time to come home on winter break!
In the coming weeks we will be using our afternoon ceramics class and Clay Date time on Monday afternoons to create unique treasures to celebrate the various holidays and the wonders of the coming season. From snow flakes to dreidels … Continue reading