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Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Arts Evening - revisited

A friend had taken some pictures at the recent Arts evening we held. I know many of you mailed me and asked for close ups. So I hope these are OK and add to your enjoyment.


We have titled this sculpture the Devil of the South, this is in contrast to the famous Angel of the North at Gateshead. He is made from floristry wire, and then entwined with red sewing cotton. He stands about 2 feet tall.


As a complete contrast this is Year 7 paintings, using primitive man as an inspiration.

These are a variety of themes and years.

2 comments:

Gill said...

Great work, Maggie - and I rather like the little grey wire man in front of the devil, too.

MargaretR said...

Wonderful work Maggie.
That school is so fortunate to have you. I can't remember who said they wished they'd had such a good Art teacher, but so do I.