Showcasing the wonder of wild colour through the eyes of children
Wild COLOUR Of Nature
Exploring nature through the Wild Colour project, children will discover the vibrant natural world on their doorstep – in school grounds and beyond. Launched in January 2017, pupils from schools across the UK will create a stunning wild colour portrait using their photographs and words. If your school would like to be involved in this long-term project please do email me
Azure, blue, cobalt, denim or maybe ocean with a pale-blue waterfall running down its back.
Much more than green and brown, nature offers us an unlimited palette of colours and observational opportunities for art, descriptive writing imagination and scientific study.
Wild at Herts, the first Wildlife Wonder Eco Summit, ‘, was held at Hatfield House in 2015 involving children from a dozen Hertfordshire schools and their studies of kingfishers, badgers, snowdrops & more. Wild Wonder Bristol also began in 2015 with exhibitions of the work by schools at venues across the city.
The Wildlife Wonder Gloucestershire Exhibition opened at Museum in the Park in late September 2016, attracting hundreds of visitors and amazing feedback. Pupils from the schools also joined together at a special exhibition preview and Eco-Summit – to share their experiences, images, learning and hopes for the future.
“Eye-opening photos” “So perceptive and stunning” “A beautiful celebration of our local wildlife – children’s creativity flowing through”.