Sorry you haven’t heard from me in a while! Last week I returned from a long overdue trip to Savannah, Georgia to visit friends. Early May happened to be a great time to visit the city; the trees and flowers were in full bloom (and spanish moss in full hang), It was warm and sunny but not too hot, and there were tons of activities for us to partake in throughout the weekend including a 5K benefit race, historic trolley tour and farmers market (hello Georgia peaches and blueberries!).
One of our wanderings last Saturday lead us to a cafe on the edge of beautiful Forsyth Park called the The Sentient Bean. In their main lounge area hung a cheerful exhibition of children’s art work, black paper shapes arranged and glued to a large white background.
The way they used wires with clips was a really creative and simple way to temporarily exhibit art work on the walls. How beautiful are these collages by 3 and 4-year-olds!?
At the bottom of each column is a photograph of the child who made the art. If anyone has additional information about which school created these please comment below.
If you’re in the Savannah area you should check it out for yourself, I recommend after a slow stroll around the fountain in Forsyth Park sipping a smoothie from The Sentient Bean…