I was blessed to be asked to guest teach for the entire week in one school. I was so happy to be able to paint with children. It is a joy to mix colours in buckets and to share them with young people. Watching them journey through a process such as this is so gratifying. To pour paint colours straight out of the bottle would never be enough for me! I like to create a palette that sings!
Just a few photographs were collected this week, as most days I forgot my camera.
Grade Ones painted kites on the anniversary of my mother’s passing. I could not help but think of Mom’s spirit…soaring. The children had painted once before with me, so they nailed their technique!
Grade two paintings of hot air balloons…I added red and blue to Tuesday’s palette.
Concentric lines around summer symbols. “When I call SNOWBALL, trade your paint bucket and move to a different spot!” Everything was wonderful until the wind picked our mural up like a kite and flipped it onto its face. Oh well, there was just a half hour left so we headed to the field for some kickball. The red, yellow and white are right out of the bottle and all of the other colours are mixed.