Painting the snail with the children. Snailway is in Brighton from 15 September – 18 November 2018
Here’s the snail I painted with the children at St Marks Primary and being auctioned in aid of @martletshospice the snails will be all over Brighton – ours will be in St George’s Church in Kemptown
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Sketches and Designs
Our snail is a combination of a whole number of children’s ideas. Jacqueline Hammond, a parent and a local artist, helped us bring all these ideas together to create our finished piece. The snail is all about making the most of your time, slowing down and enjoying the world. It is about turning off technology and reconnecting with each other.
Designed by: St Mark’s CE Primary School
Located at: St. George’s Church
Painting in progress
Photos of the process of painting the snail for Snailspace at St Mark’s Primary School in East Brighton during July 2018. Based on elements of the children’s designs I made a sketch of the snail we now had in mind to paint.
Discover over 50 snailtastic Junior Snails along the Junior Snailway from 15 September – 18 November 2018
Our Junior Snailway is made up of Junior Snail sculptures to accompany their full size (i.e. giant!) counterparts across the city.
The Junior Snails have all been decorated by children from schools and community youth groups, with over 20,000 young people taking part. ‘Packs’ of Junior Snails are being exhibited in cultural and educational venues across the city throughout Autumn 2018.