Le Finale! The Day has arrived with our Spooky but fun Giacometti Plaster wrap sculpture Haunted Scenes! Ghosts & Spiders & skeletons (sculpted of course!) …oh my! We arranged and constructed our Halloween scenes with our suspending spooky Giacometti inspired heads!
October arrived in a flash! So you know what that means! We are spending these next few weeks creating art with Halloween in our hearts & Giacometti sculptures in our minds! Celebrating his October Birthday all month with professional level materials & tools (plaster wrap, construction & acrylic paint), art problem solving challenges, and of course creative spooky fun!
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Giacometti’s The Nose
Constructing our Spooky & Surreal Sculptures
Giacometti’s The Nose & our Halloween version of his Surrealist sculpture
Jack’s fascination with transportation left his parents in a difficult situation. Are front-loaders sold at costume shops? WW1 fighter planes?
My mother used to sew our costumes, but who does that anymore? Well, you don’t necessarily have to… These creative parents decided to BUILD them. Cardboard is easily found, but as Jack’s parents concluded, making correct armholes so that Jack could maneuver his candy-gathering was of utmost importance.
Way to go Jack for being relentless in your costume dreams! … and he’s only 6! Perhaps the fact that Jack’s dad worked for the MTA had something to do with it?
By the way, these costumes even articulate! I’m so excited to see this year’s costume: The Intrepid!