these are some examples of our famous assemblage sculpture. We were lucky enough to have an amazing volunteer, Bob Gwinn, come in to help us for 4 weeks. Students got to use hammers, drills, screw drivers, saws and a drill press to cut wood and create these wild and wacky sculptures.
These are few of our point of view drawings. Students were asked to draw from life, well toy animals and cars at least. They created a narrative where 2 or more characters would meet and do something together. Students were encouraged to change the scale of the animals--the giant part of this-- and to use one of the point of view ideas that we studied, close up, far away, birds eye or worms eye, or a combo of two or three of those.