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Autumn painting with nature is an exciting process art technique for kids that explores textures and patterns in a fun and open-ended way.

Painting With Nature - Process Art

Autumn painting with nature is an exciting process art technique for kids that explores textures and patterns in a fun and open-ended way.

Above: "Beautiful Hand and Friendly Society", Arie-Shola Masquerade, Freetown, Sierra Leone, 2008 photo by Phyllis Galembo

Above: "Beautiful Hand and Friendly Society", Arie-Shola Masquerade, Freetown, Sierra Leone, 2008 photo by Phyllis Galembo

Africa | Masquerader. Pouni, Burkina Faso | ©Sergio Pessolano

Africa | Masquerader. Pouni, Burkina Faso | ©Sergio Pessolano

The “Latzmann” (Bibman) The tradition of “Pfingsthltäg”, or Greenman’s Day, is still going strong in small enclaves in the hinterlands of rural Germany.  Photo Marcus Bullik

The “Latzmann” (Bibman) The tradition of “Pfingsthltäg”, or Greenman’s Day, is still going strong in small enclaves in the hinterlands of rural Germany. Photo Marcus Bullik

borntoulouse: “ Jill Waterman. Kukeri, Razlog, Bulgaria on New Year 2012 Dance Away the Evil Spirits ”

borntoulouse: “ Jill Waterman. Kukeri, Razlog, Bulgaria on New Year 2012 Dance Away the Evil Spirits ”

Reflecting the ritual adornment and spirituality of masquerades in Nigeria, Benin and Burkina Faso in West Africa, these portraits build on Galembo's work

West African Masquerade - Photographs by Phyllis Galembo

Reflecting the ritual adornment and spirituality of masquerades in Nigeria, Benin and Burkina Faso in West Africa, these portraits build on Galembo's work

Estelle spent 3 days following a group of men in Switzerland who were on an annual pilgrimage out in the woods to worship nature. The men, called "The Ugly Ones" were dressed in homemade costumes made out of leaves, grass, and branches and went dancing, singing, and roaming the landscape in order to scare away bad spirits from the land. They were also paying their respect to their surroundings and wishing good luck to the seasons.

Estelle spent 3 days following a group of men in Switzerland who were on an annual pilgrimage out in the woods to worship nature. The men, called "The Ugly Ones" were dressed in homemade costumes made out of leaves, grass, and branches and went dancing, singing, and roaming the landscape in order to scare away bad spirits from the land. They were also paying their respect to their surroundings and wishing good luck to the seasons.

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