As part of the Triennial, Year 3 had the opportunity to work with a local artist Nicolette Gough. Nicolette had been working with the famous artist Andy Goldworthy, who had produced an exhibit for the Triennial. He covered a window and steps with clay, that had been dug out of our own beach at Sunny Sands. Not only did we get to see his work we also had the opportunity of working with the clay he had dug up and,
with Nicolette we produced our own art works. The point of our art is to see how natural objects can be turned into art and how this art changes with the passing of time.