Students create ceramics garden
Students from Umina Beach Public School's class 1M have created a ceramics garden for the school.
The garden, near the Melbourne Ave entrance, was created after students participated in an art session using clay.
"The students were guided to work imaginatively with clay and engage with the elements of earth, fire, air and water," said principal Ms Lyn Davis.
"1M worked in pairs to create birds, butterflies, flowers and beads from previous 2D images they had drawn.
"The students glazed their animals and flowers as well as three beads each, using bright colours to bring their work to life.
"The hands-on project took about six weeks to finish culminating in the gorgeous ceramic flower garden that is complimented by donated flowers and plants," Ms Davis said.
Newsletter, 26 Nov 2019
Lyn Davis, Umina Beach Public School
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