By Paula Briggs & Rowan Briggs Smith
This page presents a series of resources which share drawing and making sessions inspired by Maurice Sendak’s “Where the Wild Things Are”
Many thanks to Rowan for her help in planning and delivering the workshops.
3. Adding Colour to the Shared Ink Drawing
5. Drawing our own "wild things" to inhabit our imaginary landscape
6. Sculptural Wild Things, Week 1
7. Sculptural Wild Things, Week 2 & 3
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Many Thanks to AccessArt Young Artist Rowan Briggs Smith
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