Ranch Ehrlo’s Paper Crane expressive arts services have once again teamed up with the Regina Public Library to bring you a special art event. But this time with black light art!
The new Make A Mark Mythical Art Exhibit opening gala will be on May 5th from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.!
This year there will be many original works of art from Ranch Ehrlo participants on display featuring the theme of mythical creatures. There will be another large live mural to allow everyone to contribute their artistic touch.
The participants are youth at the Schaller Education Centre, Ranch Ehrlo youth at various public schools in Regina, and youth and adults from Ranch Ehrlo’s vocational programs who have differing abilities.
Dustin Ritter, art facilitator with Paper Crane explained, “I wanted to use pointillism as our main style for the art.”
He explained that bingo dabbers seem to work great for participants at every skill level so that everyone can be involved.
“Even if they think they can’t paint, they can still literally make a mark,” he said.
Paper Crane is an expressive arts service at Ranch Ehrlo that helps participants to express their thoughts and feelings and promotes their personal growth and/or healing.
The exhibit will be in the Creation Cube room at the George Bothwell, Southland Mall location, and on a display wall at the downtown location of the Regina Public Library and will run from May 5th to June 1st.
Don’t miss out!