Using Earthen Art as a space defining tool.
This project was created during a 5 day Kid's Summer Camp. Over 15 kids, ranging from 3 to 11 years old, participated.
Two benches and a sharing library was created to bring a place to rest along the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Traveler's Rest SC.
An already existing Pergola was accentuated with a decorative Earthen Art wall. Many places can be altered with natural materials.
Bikes tires were used in the composition as an ode to the neighboring 19.9 mile bike trail, the Swamp Rabbit.
Community members are welcomed to share their favorite books. Often this location is full of pictures drawn by children. Guarantied to bring a smile to your face.
Build process photo. Earthen Art is accessible for many people to come and join in with no prior building experience.
Look at that smiling face! Cob mixing is fun!
Even small feet play a big help in the creation of Earthen Art.
Many Salvaged Materials are used in our Earthen Art projects such as Pallets and Broken Concrete. There is very little that is unusable "trash" materials. Taking advantage of all available resources!