Take one look, and you’ll see the fun these kids had making dimensional paper artwork in this class ‚Ä¶
Instructor Jean Choy helps kids get started on their Sunday afternoon art project.
Story and photos by David F. Ashton
Not all events at the library involve books.
Not long ago, we stopped by Midland Library to see a paper crafts class that brightened up an otherwise dreary Sunday afternoon for kids and their parents
“This is paper art for children,” explained the instructor, Jean Choy, “and also for adults who like to make art!”
Choy said she’s taught Chinese-style brush painting for 25 years, and enjoys creating art in charcoal and pen and ink. “I’m also a Chinese language teacher.”
-Alisha Archer with a little help from mom Julia, doing arts and crafts at Midland Library by making birds.
The craft at this session was making fanciful birds from paper cutouts.
Check our Community Calendar and you may find a class or special interest program that tickles your fancy. The best part? They’re all free.
¬© 2007 David F. Ashton ~ East Portland News Service