Inclement weather two weeks ago forced the cancellation of Art on the Beach, the St. Michael Country Day School studio art class's annual trek down the hill to make designs in the tabula rasa of Easton's Beach. On Oct. 14, it finally happened.
Armed with shovels, rakes, and trowels, students from grades five through eight spent the better part of a sunny, but blustery, day getting creative on the sand at Easton's Beach. They were allowed to use whatever they found along the shore, from shells and rocks to beach grass, seaweed, and the scarlet exclamation points of rose hips. The result: beautiful order from pleasant chaos.