Expanding Experiences – Clay Gargoyles!

Written by Reynolds Defense Firm

On August 30, 2019

Every month, we get together as a team, over our lunch break, and learn something new together. This helps give our brains a break, challenges us to try new things AND helps us to bond as a team as we learn more about each other. This month, we were lucky enough to have Nic’s wife, Rose, who teaches High School Art come in and have us create clay gargoyles.
As you can see from the creations below, we have some very creative folks here at RDF and we enjoyed chatting (and singing) as we molded our little creatures.  We all got to see each other from a slightly different perspective and can’t wait to see what they look like when we paint & stain them next week. See any RDF mascots?!?

 

To see more of our creations and stay up-to-speed on whats happening with the RDF community, make sure to visit our blog or follow us on Facebook or Instagram.

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