Thursday, April 14, 2011
Thursday, April 7, 2011
|Jesse Mccollum and Danielle Rodoni prepare several courses for the “Food For Families” project|
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|Just 24 hours after the cyclone fence was erected, the beginning of a locally orchestrated detour was visible on the grass and brush covered slope, cliff-side below the slumping roadway.|
Willie Norton, 5th grade, Bolinas-Stinson School. “Still life,” pen and ink on velum. Vibrant colors represent the iridescent quality of vase, capturing the play of color around the room.
Pema Alastrang, 7th grade, Bolinas-Stinson School. Slab construction ceramic. Treasure box in muted tone glaze with double bloom, sepal and stamen.
Dracio Tevain, 4th grade, Bolinas-Stinson School. Slab construction ceramic. Four Victorian homesteads nestled together in landscape.
Owen Bisson, 7th grade, Bolinas-Stinson School. “Four Tulips,” pen on two color paper. Positive and negative study of space.
Works of art by more than 60 students are on exhibit at the Stinson Beach Library through May 12. The annual exhibit features still life studies by students of all ages and other works created in wood, ceramic and metal shops (Citizen photos by Shari Faye Dell).