Tangail Day Two: Drawing Clay Pots

 

While the first day brought 30 children, on the second day 40 children came to create art.

The session focused on drawing stacked clay pots with color pencils. The children are so used to drawing with rulers and erasing, that for the first part of the exercise, we gave them 1 minute to quickly draw the clay pots so that they could trust their instincts without changing their initial markings.

Your eyes do not deceive you — draw what you see.

 

 

  • Date

    10/13/2014
  • Programs

    Tangail, Bangladesh
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