As I walked through the current designs, I found several that reflected nature, such as this contrasting log.
I also really liked this fox made of sticks and metal. A photo included a face covered in flowers.
A photo with fall leaves lined the wall.
Upcycled art portrayed flowers and plants!
A night sky is depicted well.
These birds are beautiful! I felt like I was looking out my window!
These cherry blossoms reminded me of my time living in Japan, going to Cherry Blossom festivals!
This creature was stick again. It reminds me somewhat of the twig sculpture up at Fernwood by Patrick Daugherty. What a neat experience to be involved in the process! This butterfly cam off the wall and the picture!
Other drawing depicted trees. I felt like I was right there!
I love seeing the creativity of these students. To create art that includes nature means that students are getting outside and noticing nature! I love this!
Like Nature and Art?
Read about Elkhart County Park's Photo Contest.
A blog series on Nature and Art: 30 Days of Nature Art.