Sunday, June 7, 2015

Creative Recycling

At the opening of the Orangery in our Town Park on World Environment Day, there was also an exhibition in a tent outside, of creative “recycling” art made by school children.

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19 comments:

  1. Vilka vackra konstverk barnen gjort!
    Säkert blivande konstnärer.

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    1. Ja, och kul att de får komma med på en offentlig utställning - inte bara på den egna skolan! :)

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  2. Creative indeed! I must admit I don't "understand" all of these, but I am sure they were all based on good ideas and the children put a lot of effort in their work.

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    1. I must admit I don't "understand" them all either, Meike! There were notes attached to some but as the tent was rather crowded I did not stop to try and read any - I just let the eye and the camera take it in! :)

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  3. kids are so creative now... and wow that is alot of buttons they used... i think my favorite is the jewelry fish...

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  4. One of these artworks that intrigued me from the start, and keeps on doing so the more I look at it, is the chessboard. Each piece being uniquely painted, and the traditional black and white all mixed up, it would be next to impossible to play a game and keep track of which piece belongs to which 'set', wouldn't it?... So I guess the message would be: we're all unique and there are no "sides"...

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  5. I liked the one done with buttons, always love buttons.

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    1. Yes, that was the one that first caught my eye - so cheerful with all those colours :)

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  6. How cool, the recycled art is wonderful. The children are so creative. Have a happy day and week ahead!

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  7. It's amazing how imaginative and creative children's minds are....really interesting displays.

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  8. My but the students were creative. I like the chair best - a great way to use up buttons that everyone keeps stashed away. (myself included)
    Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday.

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  9. Lovely and colorful photography of unique creations! Fun time.

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  10. Creative recycling looks absolutely genius. I have always wondered what I could do with my bulging collection of old buttons. I was interested in reading the little bit you shared about yourself. It occurred to me the world beyond it also within and that the imagination can take us anywhere.

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  11. These are wonderful and so creative.

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  12. What absolute fun. I love that chair! Good for the kids and for the teachers who got them interested in recycling!

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  13. The kids had lots of fun, I can see. My favorite is that chair of buttons. It has me wanting to do something like that.
    Take 25 to Hollister

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