Painting In The Park

Photo By: Michelle Hannon – Tri-Community NewsPlus
CREATIVE MINDS AT WORK? PLAY? YOU DECIDE: Young adults are seen here learning how to paint thanks to the PPHCSD and art instructor Mary Gabriel.
By Michelle Hannon

On Thursday mornings, starting at 9am at the Phelan Community Park, children under 12 can paint with an art instructor. Then, again at 11am, anyone over 13 can paint with the same art instructor. A perfect activity to help pass the time during summer break.

Starting with a blank canvas folks taking the class, write a positive intension with chock, and then begin painting the inter canvas with paint. The idea is to start positive and stay positive, as the instructor takes the class threw a complete painting, step by step. She has two rules; the first rule is, dirty brushes live in the water, the second rule is if you say anything negative while painting you must say five positive things in front of the entire class, to counteract the negativity. It makes things fun and positive.

The art instructor is Mary Gabriel. She is the owner of Shine Bright Paint Night. She teaches the classes with her talent, patients, and detailed instruction during each phase of the project, from mixing colors to which of many brushes to use, her ability to teach making the whole classes work of arts, easy with everyone finishing feeling accomplished.

Painting in the park classes will be offered every Thursday in July. This is just one of many classes offered free to the community this summer through the PPHCSD. Check out their schedule online: pphcsd.org

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