The Wonderful World of Kindergarten

Welcome to our Reggio Emilia inspired classroom at Dr. David Suzuki School.

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

It's All In How You Frame It

Sculpture is the art of the intelligence.
~ Pablo Picasso ~

There's something about having the materials right in your hands that ignites the creative senses.

Molding, manipulating, making decisions.
 Incorporating natural materials with those that have been made.
Flour, water and salt combine to become a dough that can be fashioned into anything imagination suggests.

Natural materials like twigs, stones and pine cones
 give meaning to sculpted dough.

Offering colourful clay brings a sculpture to life.
Inspiration triggers insightful ideas.
Tools texturize the landscape.

Nature-scape. Home to life and imagery.

Favourite pets are immortalized.

Pressing details takes on a new meaning.
 And the artist shows us...
 It really is...

All in how you frame it.

Barbara Reid shares her talent as she creates the illustrations for her books with plasticine. Click below for inspiration.

Barbara Reid Making Pictures

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