Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Reggio Handprint Sunflowers

                 Handprints here, handprints there..........
Happy handprints everywhere!!!!

This mural in Reggio combined the 'sunflower' handprints of the children with those of the staff and mingled them all together on to one super-big mural of welcome-to-spring.

Look closely and you'll see a photograph of each artist in the center of the flower.
What a great detail!!

Here's the color scheme devised (with glitter) to create 'snowflakes' in NY.

I think the detail of adding the photo-face in the center sweetens the project, like a cherry on top!


  1. Why do you call all these projects Reggio? they are very predictable and lack the quality of a good process oriented art exploration. All the projects look strongly teacher directed.

    1. The sunflower handprint paintings were photographed in Reggio Emilia, Italy on a field trip that I took there to two different child care centers. That's why I called them Reggio.



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