|Richard and I with his class weavings|
Most of the images included craft foam, wall paper, or upholstery samples. Puffy paint was often used to trace edges. Colored sand was glued for lines and large shapes.
|bits of cork and fuzz balls add to the texture of this piece|
My students were eager to share their work too. One put on an impromptu puppet show, while others showed off their pen and ink figurative and graphite perspective drawings.
|foam zebra shapes create an organic pattern|
I sent out an email inviting classes to come and "shop" for free art. It was so fun, watching kids get excited, combing through stacks of art and choosing something to keep. All or zero dollars! Thank you Thomas art students!
|Over 90 pieces of art were spread over 3 tables for students to browse|