It's no secret- I love an excuse to create a DIY Lewwwkkkk. Case in point- HALLOWEEN! Last year we were in San Diego for Halloween and we threw together some Game of Thrones costumes day of- and from thrift shop and random things we found. This year John and I were invited to the band director's Halloween party, so I decided to make one of my daily art pieces come to life!
(Left) my sketch...which was basically me planning out what I wanted to create (Right) The finished 'shoulder piece'. My friend Jason Basden is my sculpture guru- I ask him any time I have a 3D question. He recommended using this spray foam used in construction to create the 'spilled witches brew' that I wanted to have cascading over my shoulder- and it worked! I wore black sequined gown under it, plopped it on my shoulder, threw on my wig and hat and I was good to go!
Erin and I did an outing- an opening at the Cornell Museum of Art-
dressed to blend in...obviously!
Excited to be a part of the Dia de los Muertos celebration in Lake Worth! Jose from Hatch 1121 reached out to Brent and I at the beginning of the school year about having our LWHS art student participate in the exhibit and the larger community event- at the same time one of the Spanish teachers at school contacted us about a celebration for Hispanic Heritage Month at school. So we did BOTH!
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