All of my classrooms have a ghost. Either I have a strong link to the Other Side, or I need a patsy for the odd things that happen in my room… you can guess which one. In this classroom her name is Clementine.
Way back in the olden days of yore, my aforementioned amazing cousin-friend (here and here) created amazing characters with watercolor. This week we used watercolor in our art project, and I got to play with some of the materials (mostly just the leftovers).
What do these things have in common? Today I created Portrait o’ Clementine a’ la Awesome Cousin. This is what happens when you pour watercolor water on old paper and splash around in it. The Netherworld speaks to you!
Important Note: Recently, this amazing cousin I speak of had some of her art copied and sold without permission. I must say that while artists are often our inspiration for what we teach or create, it is vital that the artist, author, or originator of the work be recognized. Inspiration is a gift, we must make sure to respect it.