[1st] year update: A PLACE FOR TWELVE TWIGS

October 1, 2010 § Leave a comment

The first year students have been working on making a place for twelve twigs using paper and a bonding agent.  See some of their designs below:

Caitlyn Whisenant created a rectalinar design for her twisting twigs:

Randi Tollner created a place that protected her twigs while still showing their beauty:

Laura Kimmel was intrigued by the value of color on the sticks from black to reddish brown, to yellow brown, reminding her of sub-Saharan African grasses:

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