Margo Wecksler had a full slate of mixed media projects this Saturday. Junior (and senior) physicists assembled the complex form of the 6-sided kusudama or chrysanthemum. Other folders made dolphins and a conical black cat with a paper streamer crown!
One girl made a paper cut-out of children dancing in a circle. She set the kids upright then knocked them down, singing, “Ashes, ashes, we all fall down!” Her dad said he preferred the paper version because it took less energy. (Round and round, up and down, again and again! Gotta love those kids.)
This week’s artists created a collaborative piece for the library–a tropical island which might be a place for a dream vacation. (Beware of the flying sharks and hit the ground if you see flying turtles!) See Margo and Dan’s photo’s below: