Last school year, I introduced 4th graders to the artwork of Kimmy Cantrell, a Georgia native. They enjoyed making these quirky clay faces so much that I brought it back this year. I experimented a little with the surface but the the objective was the same. Everyone made a face celebrating imperfection by using assymetrical balance, unexpected textures, and expressive features.
|mostly mustache friends|
|just a good pair|
|great hair style|
|asymmetry at its finest|
|successfully imperfect and expressive|
|3 is a crowd|
|One of these guys feels a little unsteady. Haha. Can you find him?|