In week 28 of our Art and Humanities program we looked at the work and life of Louise Nevelson. We talked about found objects and named some objects we may use in making artwork. We discussed the difference between 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional, and discussed how different objects "talk" to each other. Scale, composition, and strong problem solving skills were needed for this project. Each student began work using a cardboard shirt box as the starting point for their piece. They used found maps, sheet music, wrapping paper, paint color samples, and other paper pieces to collage the entire inside of the box. On Thursday they added the 3-dimensional objects to their boxes. I believe they could have built their sculptures for hours more!