Once again, a busy month on creativity here at Arts for All - here is what we've been up to...
Annie has spent the past few weeks making this incredible masterpiece! She has worked so hard on it and so we wanted to give her a special shout out!
Llama in the making
Marianne has been busy creating this special Llama for Alice for a while. We bought the kit in Devon when Alice saw the Llama and fell in love with it, and she was so pleased to recieve the finished piece!
We were invited to Columbia Road Clay for a pottery lesson with the incredible team there. Everyone had a go at throwing clay on the wheel and we are now waiting to recieve our masterpieces from the day once they've been in the kiln!
Creative sessions - Grand Masters
Some of the adults have been painting their takes on the grand masters. Robert painted Monet's bridge, Philip did Monet's Water Lillies and Nazim (who worked on this for 4 hours straight and was totally thrilled with!!) did a Picasso.
Decorating Easter Eggs
With Easter around the corner we have been decorating eggs to hide mini eggs in! We've also eaten alot of mini eggs along the way.
To raise money for Arts for All, Charli is doing the UK's highest free fall abseil from the Olympic Parks Acelormittal Orbit. We are aiming to raise £1,000 and would appreciate any donations big or small! You can donate over on JustGiving: https://www.justgiving.com/page/charli-artsforall