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Kids have fun at Pastel Show

Today we had a small group of enthusiastic youngsters come along to participate in the pavement painting outside the Malua Bay Surf Club. Some amazing works by these budding juniors was produced, fun had and hopefully this experiences leads our youth to a creative and inspiring future.

As a reminder to the general public out there, the next free activity will be our Pastel on Canvas workshop which is being held on Thursday 26th January from 10 am until 12 noon at the Bateman's Bay Surf Club Malua Bay. I will be teaching this workshop which is based on bright images of fauvism and lots of easy lines. The public are reminded that our Pastel artists work is still on show at the Bateman's Bay Surf Club Malua Bay for those who would love to pop in. The exhibition closes on 27th January and is open 10am - 4pm daily.

Above: Ruby with her pavement art

Above: Isabelle with all her pavement art

Above: Dexter with his pavement art

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