I am frequently contacted by teachers from around the world, helping children to make art inspired by my work.
I am so happy to know my work inspires others – to show children that art can be made from anything at all.
Here are examples of work sent to me by teachers/leaders of school and community projects for children.
Great recycling artwork by Felix, Johanna, Lena and Mouna from Joseph-von-Fraunhofer Realschule, Munich, Germany
Absolutely stunning work by a Year 5/6 class at Bilambil Public School, New South Wales, Australia.
Here’s what their teacher wrote to me:
We have just completed a 10 week study of artists who repurpose products, and you were our focus artist!
Part of the ‘Art with Aim’ approach, was to incorporate our science focus: Famous Biomes of Australia and an introduction to sustainability/waste.
The students just loved your work and so we took direct inspiration from your style and chose famous Australian biomes: The great Barrier Reef and the Australian woodlands.
These pieces were completed over 10 weeks, as a class project, the students worked in rotating teams.
The canvas size is 50cm x 50cm. The materials were donated by students and our local op shop (things they could not sell)
As it was a year 5/6 class we really tried to focus on placement, colour and shape, suitable positioning.
Great work by pupils from Le Petit-Bonheur school in Beloeil city, Québec, Canada
Fabulous animals by pupils at St John’s Anglican College, Forest Lake, Queensland. They have such character – I love them all!
More images from St John’s Anglican College, Forest Lake, Queensland, May 2021
The Four Seasons by primary students at Cambridge Montessori School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Very imaginative use of materials.
Girl with Balloon, after Banksy by Lily, Dunsford Community Academy, UK.
Home schooling art project during lockdown, April 2020.
A stunning new take on Hokusai’s Great Wave by a class of 10 year old students in La Rochelle, France
Work by Year 2 children at Fairfield Infant and Nursery School, Buxton for their topic ‘Our World’
Great work Year 2!
Lovely pictures by 3rd grade students in Mrs. McAlpin’s ACCENT class, Northside Elementary School, Clinton, Mississippi.
Beautifully colourful work by Primary 2 children from St. Peter’s Primary School, Cloughreagh in Northern Ireland, April 2019.
Lovely work for their Spring Art Show by Judson Weekday Pre-school, Nashville, Tennessee. April 2019.
Fab picture of her pet collie dog Ceri by Izzy Budd. Wonderful expression!
*Rainbow of Our Life* by the lovely children at Clyst Heath Primary School Exeter (Mrs Barrett’s class) whom I visited in May 2017
(see Blog May 18th)
Collaborative work by Year 4 class, Combe St Nicholas Primary School in Chard, made for their topic ‘Good to be Green’.
9 year old Claire Newton from Villa Montessori School, Phoenix, Arizona with her lovely picture of a cockatoo (in progress and finished)
Lovely work by year 4 pupils,
St Thomas’ C of E school
St Anne’s on the Sea, Lancashire
Angelina Jolie by Laura Sobczyk (17) from Germany
Sunflowers by Year 2, St. John’s RC Primary School, Rotherhithe, London, sent to me by their teacher Pippa Moss – colourful!
Portrait Simon Cowell by year 4 pupils at Brook Field School, Shaw, Swindon. May 2015
Portrait of Ed Sheeran by year 4 pupils at Brook Field School, Shaw, Swindon. May 2015
Portrait by GCSE student Isabella Vogel from London – beautiful!
Nov 2014, School Logo (with house colours in corners), Clevedon School, North Somerset.
July 2014 – The Circus Rider, after Chagall by The Little Bits Workshop, Illinois, USA.
Please click HERE to read more about the project.
April 2014 – Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, created by children in San Francisco. The art project was organised by Cindy Morris, a retired art teacher who holds an annual art event at her grand-daughter’s school to raise money for the school.
This image of Bradley Wiggins was made in the summer of 2013 by pupils of Doddiscombsleigh Primary School, Devon.
Jane Parr, a primary school teacher from Twickenham sent this photo of their Rainbow. Every child in the school brought in some materials to add and took part in the project. Wonderful!