Classroom Project: Franken Bikes
This student from Child's Park Recreation Center in St. Petersburg explained how her inspiration came from Salvador Dalí's hidden facial image in the 1969-70 painting Hallucinogenic Toreador.
Two talented student artists were quick studies. This young man from Child's Park recreation center had enough time to produce two renderings.
The young lady above from Roberts recreation, our "guest" center, finished with enough time left to cut 3D wheels and mount them to cardboard spacers as a help to other classmates. Note her use of spirals, a subject of intense, life-long interest for Dalí. In the background, Instructor Melissa Wykell assists other students with their projects.
A student from Thomas "Jet" Jackson recreation center holds the Sentimental Bicyclist after Dalí's painting Sentimental Colloquy, 1944.
A student at Frank Pierce recreation center experiments with blending pastel chalks.
End-of-class clean-up is an aspect of team work that is always appreciated by Dalí Museum Instructors.