Thursday, 9 June 2016

Pavement art and tepees

Saltaire Arts Trail 2016 - Looking down at the pavement again! This time the artistic scribbles were on the flagstones in the Wash House Garden. The children's art activities were all organised by Shipley-based community arts organisation Sponge Tree. They had a 'garden' of easels and paints set up outside the Almshouses and lots of crafts and modelling going on in front of the Victoria Hall, which with the Makers' Fair inside provides the focal point for the Arts Trail. The colourful tepees threaded with fabric and ribbon were a wonderful idea for creating your own 'den'.


  1. Looks like both kids and adults are having a lot of fun

  2. I love the teepees and would have really liked them as a kid!

  3. Lovely. The kids of Saltaire seem to have more artistic talent than is usually found. And, those tepees are very cool. You should replicate that in your home next winter instead of a Christmas tree.


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