Katherine, Rachel and I found Sara Schindel and her work irresistible. Fitting that a mom recycles toys into art. I hope you'll visit here website, I've barely scratched the surface.
She was working on "Time for Fun."
I love her 3-D paper mache plaques.
This one is about 21"x34"'
The tree, unfinished I think, was the magnum opus in the studio, a Trajan's Column in Atlanta.
Sara pointed out the the girls supported all the figures on the tree.
My girls know.
Why they took my picture I don't know.
Sara Shindel's Excelsior Bear.
More on the May 6 Stroll in later posts.
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