This years annual kids art walk will be virtual.
I was paired with a Montessori student named Sophie
The group exhibition is hosted by Make.Shift Gallery in May.
The theme is MACHINES.
Sophie wrote this prompt:
Plastic, shiny, glossy and smooth, the Spitoilink drone deck is rootbeer brown and wonderful. It has the polished look of a Lego. The wand and wand holder are gnarled like a real tree branch. At the end of the wand there is a luminous red button The hologram is the color of the hologram you bought. It is held up by a wand holder which connects to the giant drone which will fly when you say, “alexaflyfly”. It is as big as a tiny room.
The Spitoilink produces a realistic hologram. You click a button at the end of the wand to make the hologram appear. It will fly when you say, “alexaflyfly”. It will fly because it has a built in Alexa that controls the drone. It smells like latex and is silent. You can buy a different type which is based off of which hologram it makes. There are lots of holograms including penguins, Voldomort, cake, a hawk, and more.
and painted this:
I made this collage:
Artist name/Pronouns: Karen Hanrahan SHE
Title: Holographic Rays
Materials: Stitched Collage
This is my third time participating.
Photography = a never ending opportunity to capture visual celebrations.