If you know ahead of time you will be making rainbow sprinkles, you know it's going to be fun. In this project, I worked with three teachers, and I had worked with each of them separately before in different projects. I felt like it was kismet that these three ended up in Mifflin County High School and I was blessed to work with them.
I wish I could say that donuts were MY idea but they weren't. Nobody remembers who came up with the idea but I love it. Their cafeteria is the perfect place for this mosaic.
I always say that I am amazed at what people come up with for tiles. One surprise here was a comb from a guy that cuts hair! Never had one of those that I can remember.
It's so nice to see humans shoulder to shoulder again. When working on a mosaic, it is such slow momentum that it is difficult to see that we have even made any progress in a whole class. But below, I have a progression of day to day. Keep in mind that this is about 15-20 people at a time almost all day. The first four days were spent making tiles. Then it took two days to grout because we used two colors. This project was made possible by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, through the Perry County Council of the Arts. I'm beyond grateful.
I am already working on the next mosaic and hope to show you some progress photos soon. The feature tiles will be dandelion poofs and they were made in four different schools in my area. Life is but a dream.