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Emma Parker - Transitional Objects. "These pieces have been made from found and abandoned objects which have been wrapped tightly in a wool yarn. The cocoon like form protects and holds the objects, but it also restricts and does not allow escape."

Stitch therapy - transitional objects These pieces have been made from found and abandoned objects which have been wrapped tightly in a wool yarn. The cocoon like form protects and holds the objects, but it also restricts and does not allow escape.

Bee shrine.... Think box for self identity. Collage. Found objects. Include words. Theme. Complete composition. Final project but introduce at beginning of semester. Envelope to keep ideas or objects in for final project.

I like the idea of using a closed hand cutout of each child to put on their paper mache identity plaque.this one: Bee shrine. Think box for self identity.

In the words of Guy Flegman, "That's just wrong!"  Also, can you imagine holding hands? ewwww

Jane Wynn- Hands , "An oldie but a goodie! I was painting plastic doll hands and thought they would dry best- on my fingers. little did I know they would make for such a great photo! So with one hand, I snapped this photo.

Contemporary Basketry: With Found Objects - Peter McFarlane from his website:  "Left Behind But Not Forgotten To me, waste is just lack of imagination."  http://petermcfarlane.com

'Home' by Canadian artist Peter McFarlane. A silverware nest made from old silver spoons, knives forks. "A nostalgic view of youth and also my own 'empty nest' with our children leaving home this year. via Saatchi