It might not actually quite be the start of the school year anymore, but it is in its way a flying start.
The end of school clear out inevitably means empty display spaces come the start of the new school. This year I decided to make an immediate splash in the biggest space in the school with rapidly made charcoal drawings of birds made by the fourteen-year-olds I teach.
Now as we head into the autumn season of migration in the bird world, it seems appropriate to share the result online. It’s not an easy display to photograph well, but in real life the transparency of the paper and the darkness of the images combine for ever changing results throughout the day as the light outside changes.