BIG ART DAY 2003
Phrase and Fragment
paul conneally with
a man trying
to save a lady
from a spider
On 'Big Art Day' poet/artist paul conneally introduced students at Martin High to Japanese Ukiyo-e prints and haiku poetry.
The students brought in 'fragments' from home and collected other 'phrases and fragments' from the school grounds/environment.
These were used to create haiku and collages that were combined to produce haiga - pictures with poems.
The chemically coded works were
The works were also digitally photgraphed and printed out to create 'flat' prints that sought to link back
to the Japanese Woodblock Prints (Ukiyo-e) that the workshops started with.
Click the picture to enter a gallery of the digital images.
Contact the paul conneally for workshop info/availablity