Melita Day students create art at Daum


Daum Museum of Contemporary Art Curator of Education Vicki Weaver explains to preschool students from Melita Day Nursery how to make flower art with vegetable stamps Thursday morning. The students were there to try their hand at making stamp art and tissue paper hearts in preparation for Sunday’s “Bring Mom to the Daum,” a free community event that will run from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday on the campus of State Fair Community College.


Nevan Overstreet, 4, uses a fork to create flower art Thursday at the Daum Museum at SFCC. Overstreet was one of 10 children from Melita Day Nursery that came to make flower prints and tissue paper hearts for a Mother’s Day event at the museum slated for Sunday. The preschool students were brought over by Melita Day teachers Sara Schell and Morgen Muths.


Hannah Grace Skelly, 5, gives her paintbrush to Melita Day Nursery teacher Morgen Muths after completing her Mother’s Day flower print Thursday morning at the Daum Museum. When children attend “Bring Mom to the Daum” on Sunday they can create flower prints and other art for the their mothers, plus participate in free raffles and a group project.


Jacob Porter, 5, dips a carved potato into paint to use as a stamp in making a flower print Thursday at the Daum Museum. Preschool students from Melita Day Nursery could make vegetable prints by using a potato, celery or bok choy dipped in paint.


Audrina Washington, 3, concentrates on twirling a piece of tissue paper for the heart she is creating at the Daum Museum on Thursday. Washington along with Kelsey Newton, 5, were busy learning how to twirl the tissue paper just right for their Mother’s Day project.


Daum Museum of Contemporary Art Curator of Education Vicki Weaver explains to preschool students from Melita Day Nursery how to make flower art with vegetable stamps Thursday morning. The students were there to try their hand at making stamp art and tissue paper hearts in preparation for Sunday’s “Bring Mom to the Daum,” a free community event that will run from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday on the campus of State Fair Community College.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050616Daum-1.jpgDaum Museum of Contemporary Art Curator of Education Vicki Weaver explains to preschool students from Melita Day Nursery how to make flower art with vegetable stamps Thursday morning. The students were there to try their hand at making stamp art and tissue paper hearts in preparation for Sunday’s “Bring Mom to the Daum,” a free community event that will run from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday on the campus of State Fair Community College.

Nevan Overstreet, 4, uses a fork to create flower art Thursday at the Daum Museum at SFCC. Overstreet was one of 10 children from Melita Day Nursery that came to make flower prints and tissue paper hearts for a Mother’s Day event at the museum slated for Sunday. The preschool students were brought over by Melita Day teachers Sara Schell and Morgen Muths.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050616Daum-2.jpgNevan Overstreet, 4, uses a fork to create flower art Thursday at the Daum Museum at SFCC. Overstreet was one of 10 children from Melita Day Nursery that came to make flower prints and tissue paper hearts for a Mother’s Day event at the museum slated for Sunday. The preschool students were brought over by Melita Day teachers Sara Schell and Morgen Muths.

Hannah Grace Skelly, 5, gives her paintbrush to Melita Day Nursery teacher Morgen Muths after completing her Mother’s Day flower print Thursday morning at the Daum Museum. When children attend “Bring Mom to the Daum” on Sunday they can create flower prints and other art for the their mothers, plus participate in free raffles and a group project.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050616Daum-3.jpgHannah Grace Skelly, 5, gives her paintbrush to Melita Day Nursery teacher Morgen Muths after completing her Mother’s Day flower print Thursday morning at the Daum Museum. When children attend “Bring Mom to the Daum” on Sunday they can create flower prints and other art for the their mothers, plus participate in free raffles and a group project.

Jacob Porter, 5, dips a carved potato into paint to use as a stamp in making a flower print Thursday at the Daum Museum. Preschool students from Melita Day Nursery could make vegetable prints by using a potato, celery or bok choy dipped in paint.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050616Daum-4.jpgJacob Porter, 5, dips a carved potato into paint to use as a stamp in making a flower print Thursday at the Daum Museum. Preschool students from Melita Day Nursery could make vegetable prints by using a potato, celery or bok choy dipped in paint.

Audrina Washington, 3, concentrates on twirling a piece of tissue paper for the heart she is creating at the Daum Museum on Thursday. Washington along with Kelsey Newton, 5, were busy learning how to twirl the tissue paper just right for their Mother’s Day project.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050616Daum-5.jpgAudrina Washington, 3, concentrates on twirling a piece of tissue paper for the heart she is creating at the Daum Museum on Thursday. Washington along with Kelsey Newton, 5, were busy learning how to twirl the tissue paper just right for their Mother’s Day project.

Daum Museum of Contemporary Art Curator of Education Vicki Weaver explains to preschool students from Melita Day Nursery how to make flower art with vegetable stamps Thursday morning. The students were there to try their hand at making stamp art and tissue paper hearts in preparation for Sunday’s “Bring Mom to the Daum,” a free community event that will run from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday on the campus of State Fair Community College.

Nevan Overstreet, 4, uses a fork to create flower art Thursday at the Daum Museum at SFCC. Overstreet was one of 10 children from Melita Day Nursery that came to make flower prints and tissue paper hearts for a Mother’s Day event at the museum slated for Sunday. The preschool students were brought over by Melita Day teachers Sara Schell and Morgen Muths.

Hannah Grace Skelly, 5, gives her paintbrush to Melita Day Nursery teacher Morgen Muths after completing her Mother’s Day flower print Thursday morning at the Daum Museum. When children attend “Bring Mom to the Daum” on Sunday they can create flower prints and other art for the their mothers, plus participate in free raffles and a group project.

Jacob Porter, 5, dips a carved potato into paint to use as a stamp in making a flower print Thursday at the Daum Museum. Preschool students from Melita Day Nursery could make vegetable prints by using a potato, celery or bok choy dipped in paint.

Audrina Washington, 3, concentrates on twirling a piece of tissue paper for the heart she is creating at the Daum Museum on Thursday. Washington along with Kelsey Newton, 5, were busy learning how to twirl the tissue paper just right for their Mother’s Day project.

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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