After my second graders had studied American artist Georgia O'Keeffe and created their own enlarged flower paintings, we talked about the difference between form and shape. We had our two-dimensional paintings, and we were going to now create a three-dimensional flower sculpture. We used a plastic bowl as a mold to form our flowers into a bowl shape. Students then used the slip and score method to add the stigma of their flower. Finally, we glazed the bowls. I used a low fire glaze, and did a combo bisque and glaze firing in one. The colors came out bright and vivid! Students are excited to bring these home soon!