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Bear Wallow Art Camp
Created:  Saturday, July 21, 2007
Updated:  Saturday, October 20, 2007
Recently we had the opportunity to work with Bear Wallow Art Camp students ranging in age from 6 – 11 years old. Bear Wallow Director, Nancy Dunst brought 13 budding artists to our Eco Arts & Crafts program. Bear Wallow - IET Gallery
 
Together we made red dirt play-dough and corn mosaic, recycle vessels, corn mosaic medallions, eco footprints, potato fabric prints and painted hand cast original southwest critter mini sculptures. 
 
Along with the southwest critter sculpture we took the time to review the lifestyles of each critter and the children developed haiku poetry for each piece.
          Raven, a Poem by Macey
 
        The black raven flys
        Through the deep, misty canyon
        Finding small road kill







Coyote, a Poem by Marino
 
Coyote howling
Howling,, howling at the moon
Eating fat rabbits
 
    
                   Javelina, a   Poem by Sophia
 
                A javelina
                Looks like a pig but its not
                Eats prickly cactus





The Jack Rabbit by Bethany
 
Has humongous ears
Listens to sounds of carrots
To gobble them up



    
                 Javelina Dumplings by Malie
 
              The javelina
              Sitting down eating pumpkins
              That taste like dumplings




Coyotes Sings by Alea
 
Coyote sings loud
Calling to the moon to bring
Light for night time hunt


    

            The Raven by Guinevere
 
           Raven glides through night
           On its silver painted wings
           Through the red canyons




Jack Rabbit by Ethan
 
Rabbit has big ears
To hear and to keep him cool
On hot desert nights


    
               Aviana Javelina by Aviana
 
            In the desert lives
            Aviana Javelina
            Eating prickly pear




Javelina, a Poem by Erica
 
Javelina eat
Purple cactus tuna fruit
Sharing with family
 
 
 
  
Bear Wallow Art Camp: Philosophy
·        To promote the joys of childhood through experience in the arts.  
·        To raise self esteem, self confidence, self and other awareness, problem solving, experimentation, self expression, creativity, visualization and critical thinking 
·        To promote the Az State School Art Standards of creating art, art in context, and art as inquiry.
 Nancy Dunst: A professional artist for 30 years, Nancy Robb Dunst has a master’s degree in Education and also in Counseling, and has been commissioned by Sky Harbor International Airport, The Herberger Family, The City of Yuma, Harkins Theaters, the City of Tempe and is in numerous art collections. She has been a long term artist (studio on site) at the Madison School District (Phx.) for 2 years,   the Sedona Red Rock High School for 2 ½ years and at the De Miguel Elementary School in Flagstaff . This will be the ninth year that she has developed and taught this Summer Art Program .
Wendy Harford
BColor me orange!
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