This was the first visit from the Art Mobile to Darby! The art teacher and former UM graduate Sean Bryers was happy to see the names on the artwork,"Beth Lo was one of my professors!" We set the art mobile exhibit in Mr. Bryers' art classroom. For each class period, students looked through the exhibit and we talked about the art. In one class, I asked the students to choose an artwork that they are confused about and do not understand at all. One student pointed to Jon Lodge's, "Ridge Turbulence." I could see why the students chose it. "Ridge Turbulence" is very abstract, with the focus of the drawing on three white lines. I explained to the students that the drawing was made on a milk carton. Jon covered the entire unfolded carton with black paraffin wax. The white lines that you see are the ridges from the folds of the carton. One student said that she appreciates the piece more now that she understands how it was made. We then talked about how the material of an artwork can mean just as much as what is drawn on it. All of the class periods enjoyed see the work. After the day was over, I packed my van and was on my way to Dillon. The drive there was beautiful!