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The Baker family art event

This weekend my Baker cousins got together for an art part at the Visual Art center in Marshall, Texas. I talked my son into going and taking the lesson.
The goal was to reproduce a painting of our grandparent's home place. The instructors took the participants through step by step instructions on how to paint on the canvas with acrylic paints.
I took photos as the painting progressed. Here's what Shane did;

Comments

Lysa said…
Hi Rhoda Jayne,
Left you a comment over at MTC board as well but wanted to tell you here what a fantastic job Shane and the rest of the family did on the paintings. I really love your pictures and the group photo of everyone holding their paintings is awesome! What a lovely way to share a family memory. Thanks again for sharing this. I would love to do something like this with my family.
Lysa
Helen said…
What a fun family thing to do. Envy, would love to do this too! I like how you did the time line with Shane's painting.

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