In her work, Sky Piece 2016 - 2017, Teelah George stitched sections of the work over a series of days, with each section matching the colour of the sky on the day she created it.
- Over the next 16 days of the school holidays, take a moment to really notice the colour of the sky, and record this in any way you like.
- You might like to match the sky colour with paint, pencils, chalk, collage, fabric, whatever you have at hand.
- You might like to try and record the sky at the same time every day, or mix it up. Record each day directly next to the day before.
- You may need to glue, or sew each day to the other, or you might divide your paper into 16 sections.
- At the end of the school holidays you will have your very own map of the sky colour during the school holidays.