Bear Wallow Art Camp Director, Nancy Dunst and IET Eco Arts and Crafts Instructor, Wendy Harford, observe the creative process.
Applying white glue to recycled glass container,
wheat flour dough (blended with Sedona red rock dirt) is then applied.
Wendy instructs two of the girls in the smoothing technique,using finger tips dipped in water.
Serious design plans for the Indian Corn mosaic.
White glue is used on the wheat flour dough
before embedding the colored corn kernel into the dough.
Messy but fun and colorful results for a functional plant pot or candle holder.
Deep concentration to get it just right, using a colored corn kernel trim
around the base of the vessel.
Completing the dough application.
“A crayon in the hand of a child is the key
that unlocks the world in which he lives…..”
Nancy shares the next project: Indian corn mosaic medallion/necklaces!