Earlier this week I received an email from a teacher, Helen, from New Zealand. She told me that her students studied my work in class and then worked on their own coffee cup collages. The students were a class of 8-year-olds. I thoroughly enjoyed taking a look at their colorful coffee cup collages. And it was wonderful seeing what the kids were able to create while cutting and pasting rectangular strips of paper.
Helen sent along several images of the students’ work (see above and below). While I always enjoy hearing from teachers and students who are studying my work in school, I enjoy it even more when they send along images so I have a chance to see what they’ve made.
2 Replies to “Coffee Cup Collages from New Zealand”
Megan, I’m super impressed that you and your art are already part of a teacher’s curriculum. That must make you (and your parents) super proud. Heck, it made ME proud! I love your collages, and I’ll bet you’ll be part of many more curricula!
Thanks, Margie! It was fun getting to see images of the students’ artwork – and I’m gradually popping up in classrooms around the world – http://mcoyle.com/learn/share-student-work/.