Sunday, December 13, 2009

HOLIDAY ART

Bark House

I recently donated my idea of a gingerbread house to the Durango Arts Center on the ocassion of a fundraiser for the children's art program at the Center. The base was actual gingerbread and after gluing together the walls and roof, the house was covered with ponderosa pine bark, other tree bark, lichen, nature-altered papers, and porcupine quills. This house along with others is being auctioned off at the Center during December.

3 comments:

miladawley said...

good..................................................

layers said...

Always think that gingerbread houses are too cutesy and sugary-- but love your use of natural nature based stuff-- of course that is what you would use.

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