The other session was 2.5 hours long and for adults to make a more involved folk art piece, learning how to design areas and so the distinctive collage additions. The time flew and I didn't get the chance to get photos of the finished pieces but you can get to see some of the process pics here. The paper used was a mixed assortment of bright printer papers, along with a selection of the drawing papers and fade less papers I use in my own work.
|Adults learning Polish paper cutting and making bright and bold cockerels!|
|These are the Polish paper cutting pieces made by the adults that brought children to the drop in session|
|Children's Polish paper cutting results!|
|Polish paper cutting and drawing too|