Eco-Art and Clay Workshop, with Virginia Jones

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Photo by Charles Zuber

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Photo by Charles Zuber

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Photo by Charles Zuber

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Photo by Charles Zuber

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Working with clay and found natural materials, Virginia led kids in discovering how to see the details in things. Clay pinch pots became earthen stages or collection holders for the placement of leaves, grasses, flowers and seeds. Local coloured sands and pigments were used for painting. Textures, colours, patterns all combined to make keepsakes of Lines in the Sand — souvenirs, if you will.

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