It’s going to be a ‘space’ themed garden and the headteacher employed us to make clay foot prints of all the children currently at the school – one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind etc…
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Very simple clay project working with slabs of rolled out clay and templates, but so much imagination and variation!
The pot was made in January when I visited Stoke Prior Primary.
Each member of YR6 attached a modelled self portrait onto a wet pot made infront of the whole school during assembly.
The pot was presented as a gift to the African school, twinned with the Herefordshire Primary.
Annemarie presented the children, staff, parents and volunteers with these rather lovely hayballs as well as the chance to make lengths of hay rope.
Corrie had been busy in her studio making a set of exquisite wooden tools and combes for the children to explore in the sand.
The session was part of the brilliant and ongoing Happy Museums project exploring Art Galleries & Museums and well being. We three artists have been working with Craftplay at Bilston Craft Gallery in Wolverhampton.
Later on in the session and with the addition of sticks, the rainbows transformed into a pertilla of yachts.
Here are a few more examples Jon the Potter’s work in Early Years.