Landmark School Students Produce Outstanding Art
In honor of the last day of school and as the final term project in the Foundation of Art class, students at Landmark School's award winning art department sculpted oversized animal heads out of paper mache and then covered them in fitting materials. For instance the chipmunk was adorned with wood ships and acorn tops, Toucan Sam was covered in Fruit Loops, the bear was carpeted in...gummy bears, and so on.
The two students who built the 6 ft. tall flamingo are Sophomore Tyler Eramo (left) of North Reading and Freshman Ana Salzer (right) of Woburn.
To view close up shots of each of the animals please visit http://www.landmarkschool.org/students/blog/animal-invasion.