Tegan\'s neckpiece. Yesterday, my daughter Tegan spent the day with me in the workshop instead of in her year 3 class, due to a teacher’s strike. We spent some time at the AGNSW in the morning, shared a piece of cake and browsed art books while sipping on a coffee and hot chocolate, then off to the studio to do some work and keep Mel company. Mel gave Tegan all her reject anodised aluminium pieces  (see posts below) and here’s an image of the neckpiece that was made – Tig loves to use the flexi…she’s pretty good at drilling holes…. then used pliers to thread little bits of silver wire and twist the ends. She displayed the end result in the bottom drawer of our cabinets in the gallery. I’ve been proudly showing it off to anyone who’s interested!