Loved the heart shaped coil pot!
Awesome work. I love the creativity and individual personality showing in each piece.
I think that some kids had some great originality on theirs and great patterns.
Nice work 6th graders, I like the form of every single one.
I like how some different types of pottery have different types of textures.
I love the weaved coil made by a 6th grader! It looks great.
I like the turtle pottery because it is perfectly made with no cracks.
I like the creativity each pot has in there own design.
I like how the texture on the skull head.
I like the one with the heart and like the big ears because the form looks neat and it looked like he or she worked on it good.
I like the one with the lid because I like how they formed it.
I like the musical clay cylinder, it has perfect spacing and the form of the notes look nice.
I like the coil pot with the eyes because they give it a pop. the eighth graders pots but the one I think is the most detailed is the one with the skull.
The mugs are shapes and forms are very unquie. I like how no one has the same thing!
I really like all the different shapes added into the coil pots.
I like the shape of the pots there are very unique.
I really like how the heart coil pot was formed.
I like the form of the pottery.
I like the creativity that each person has and how they are all different.
I like how the the coil pots are smooth and not rough.
I like the one with jack the skeleton because the design and the way it is formed and it looks smooth
I like how the coil pots look smooth not rough, and I like the one that has designs on them.
I like the one with the cat face because it looks smooth and great.
I like the skull, it has a really cool shape. I also like the one with the fort on it, it has a really nice handle.
I like how the pottery is very balanced and smooth.
Way to go, students! Love them all.
I like the music pottery. I like the eighth note.
I love the form the students used for their coil mugs.
Art teacher and mommy to 3 kiddos.
“Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.” Scott Adams