Wednesday, January 28, 2009

day dreaming

Much of the curriculum in my classes this semester involves stories: telling stories, reading stories, listening to stories, discovering the stories embedded in the places we live, the objects around us, the people we know. As a kick-off to the first studio project, in which students are to create a wearable artifact derived from a fairy tale, we watched a movie based on one of Shakespeare's great stories.

8 comments:

Annie said...

I LOVE this!

Pedro said...

The drawing is beautiful and perfectly ilustrates the story.

Teresa R said...

Lovely drawing of a fantastic play!

crystal driedger said...

yes, great illustration. it's so dreamy to look into and leaves so much around it to imagine.

DeVona said...

Your illustrations inspire me! I think all illustratrations should tell a great story!

Inger Carina said...

Great drawing! Lovely theme. I love The midsummer nights dream. Both my daughters has the second name Puck :)

KMidd said...

once again, im jealous! I love that story

Jen Sheppard said...

i absolutely love this one...so much i put it on my desktop!