My respects to this Italian lady! Her work is beautiful and crazy inspiring. Check it and find the link to her deviantART page below.
Visit her deviantART page at: http://agnes-cecile.deviantart.com/
Amy van Luijk is an illustrator and textile/stationary designer who currently lives in Berlin.
To view more of her wonderful work, visit her site at: http://www.amyvanluijk.com/
I had previously made a post regarding the Kachina Doll project I did with my fifth graders this semester, but hadn't uploaded pictures of their creations! I'm so proud of what they achieved. Have a look. :)
If you are interested in knowing the materials and process followed to create these, click HERE to go to my previous post.
Soon I will be uploading pictures of the 2nd semester Art Show, in which more of these will be displayed, so be sure to visit later!
Thanks again to Julie Voigt and her wonderful blog Art for Small Hands, which was a great source of inspiration for me during my first year of teaching Art. The direct link to her Kachina Doll project instructions is: artforsmallhands.com/2011/12/papier-mache-kachina-dolls.html
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