Last week our Grade 5 students had the good fortune of spending two nights at the Singing Deer Lodge, near the Great Wall! Part of our time there was devoted to creating artwork in, and with items found, in nature. We worked on watercolor paintings, sometimes adding rubbings from leaves, flower petals, or sprinkles of dirt. We also created site specific installations using only natural materials–a project inspired by the artwork of artist, Andy Goldsworthy.
Finally, we visited local homes where they taught us about their gardens, homes, and shared a meal with us.
Bus Ride to the Lodge
Our Home Visit–Corn Pancakes, Yum!
Sculptures Made from Natural Materials
Watercolor Painting in the Sunshine!