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StoreFront Gallery
Forest Feast
Fall 2013

    The StoreFront gallery, located in the windows of a former Easton department store, is an outgrowth of
    the West Ward Neighborhood Partnership's plan for strategic improvements to Northampton Street in
    Easton,  Pennsylvania.  The year round exhibitions of artwork by children are presented  by Community
    Services for Children, Inc, and School of Natural Learning, based on an curriculum developed by School
    of Natural Learning and implemented in three Head Start classrooms. The curriculum integrates  multiple
    domains of learning - with emphasis on literacy, science, and social learning. Artwork by individual
    children is identified by name and age.  Collaborative Art works are identified by classroom.
    Blue Deer, 2013
    Stencil and Chalk on Black Board                                                                                                                           
    SNL Collaborative Artwork with NS3, Ages 3-5 years
Kiana 3
Areli 5
Shurrod 4
Ulysses 5
Kienna B 5
Davon 5
Angel 4
Jerailda 4
William 4
Valeria 4
Nasir 5
Rashod 4
Lucas 5
Diana 5
Joshua 4
(under construction
Image Leaf & Hand Studies
Studies: Leaf & Hand
Genuine art, we might say, is simply human creation that does not stifle the non human
element but, rather, allows whatever is other in the materials to continue to live and to
breathe...Thus understood, art is really a cooperative endeavor, a work of co creation in
which the dynamism and power of earth-born materials is honored and respected. In
return for this respect, these materials contribute their  more - than - human resonances
to human culture."
                                       David Abram, The Spell of the Sensuous


The Journey of Tunuri
and  The Blue Deer

The Little Yellow Leaf

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