“The year 1/2 class from Gowerton Primary school were intrigued by Rich White’s sculpture and there were lots of interesting comments and first impressions.” – DM
“It’s a house”, said Bailey. “It’s a bridge”, said Bobby.
“They haven’t finished it “, replied Bailey.
“There are doors everywhere”, added Riley.
“It’s like a house that’s broken”, said Ali.
“ Its unequal, its not the same both sides. One side is painted”, said Bronwyn.
“It looks like a big pile of junk”, said Josh
“It’s more than junk”, Mohammed replied.
“This class were very interested in the piece and busily rushed around exploring it from all angles. This class were called the ‘Ant class’, which was very appropriate as they discovered an ants nest that inhabited the work.
Jay and Gabriel spotted lots of patterns within the furniture and on the artwork. They all thought that it looked like lots of buildings” – DM
Ali said “It reminds me of a secret door to somewhere”.
“The children were looking forward to making their own art work back at school and were discussing their ideas as they walked back to the bus.” – DM
Following the tour of Rich White’s work children from Gowerton Primary school attended a two day workshop with our ‘Artist in Residence’ Dave Marchant. The workshops saw the children create exciting 2D and 3 D sculptures using mixed media that interpreted the work they saw on the tour. Take a look at the amazing work they created below: