Cathy Lawley worked with two groups of children (Water Dragon group and Platypus group - 17 in each group) to crate; glaze and then install their Water Dragons and Platypi in the two display cases at the local Maleny Library. This was all part of the Creative Space's Water Creatures of the Obi Obi placemaking activity.
As you can see both cases are just filled to the brim with finished works.
What an amazing hands on way of learning about these important creatures who live in the creek just behind the library. See just a few of the raku fired pieces on display.
I'm sure that the 34 children who took part in this activity; their families; and now the broader community will be much more aware of these special creatures and their place in our environment.
Creative Spaces 2012 was sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Council; and the Water Creatures of the Obi Obi was made possible through the support of staff of the Maleny Library - thanks.