March Break Paint Parties for the Kids

GorgeousSo far, we have two events scheduled for March Break this year.  We will be starting off March Break, on Sat. March 11 from 1-3pm, with a fundraiser Paint Party to support the animals! Ages 8 and up are welcome to attend, and the young at heart are welcome to purchase a ticket to join the fun with their child, grandchild or favourite young person.

Our painting is of Gorgeous, one of the Humane Society’s rescue dogs.  This painting has lots of room for variation of colour! The Party will be at the Animal Shelter, but we may need to move the event to the Humane Society offices at 706 East Main St. Welland if more tickets are sold that we have space for at the shelter. Register on the Paint Party event page.

In Like a LionOur second Paint Party is on March 14 from 10:30am to 12:30pm, hosted by the Welland Museum.  This event is FREE, courtesy of the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW), but space is limited. Register by calling the Museum at: 905-732-2215 

For both events, No experience required!  Artist/Instructor, Wendy Malowany walks you through the painting demonstrating step-by-step, but allowing you to add your own creativity too. We provide all materials, even aprons, but our non-toxic paint can stain some fabrics so don’t wear your brand new outfit.

You can get more information or register for these Paint Parties, and other upcoming events on our Events page.

 

 

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Wendy Malowany

Wendy Malowany earned her B.F.A., majoring in Painting, and her M.S. in Art Education. She has been drawing and creating since her childhood in the U.S. and Scotland, creating art at a professional level for over 25 years, and teaching art to children and adults for over 20 years. Painting has been her preferred medium since the beginning of her artistic career, particularly oils, but she does sometimes work in other media. Her artwork is inspired by the objects and scenes she encounters daily, in an expressive realistic style. Architecture, animals, landscapes, and nature in general, are the predominant themes of her artwork. She immigrated to Canada after marrying her Canadian husband in 2010, and works in her studio on their 8 acre hobby farm in Wainfleet, Ontario. Wendy sells her work locally, online, and her work is in collections internationally.

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