Christopher is a resident at our Futures department here at Chailey Heritage Foundation, and accesses regular activities at the Life Skills Centre including art, ICT and gym sessions.
Christopher came to art last week and experimented with a completely different technique. Although potentially a very messy activity, Christopher was up for the challenge. Christopher chose to recreate the work of artist Callen Schaub in his own way. With his carer, Christopher syringed his chosen coloured paints onto a board. The board was then stuck to the potter’s wheel. Christopher chose the different speeds at which the wheel spun; the faster the wheel went, then the more detailed the painting became. He has created these fantastic images. Well done, Christopher!
If you would like to see more of Christopher’s artwork click here to see what he has set up on his own facebook gallery.