FOTT Art Night by: Mark Sulkin

Categories: Friendship Circle, Mark Sulkin

Last night at Friendship Circle, we did, FOTT Art. It was a lot of fun. We learned how to make sculptures out of aluminum foil and different colored fabric. A woman named Teresa talked to us about an artist who made sculptures like that. The sculpture I made was a worm.

I started rolling the aluminum foil into the shape of a worm. Then, I covered it with different colored fabric. I glued some of it together and tied more fabric around it to make it stay together. In addition, I tied some string around it to make it look like a worm. Finally, I added a shiny necklace to make it look pretty. I had a lot of fun at FOTT Art.

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