"Meet the Artist (3:54)," My lovely students and me.
"Welsey building dreams -- about the art exhibition (2:00)"
Not the easy project, but I also really enjoyed it. My most struggle was how to let my students take initiative, find joy and gain self-esteem. All my students experienced watercolour for the first time in their lives. They tended to be very passive at the beginning. A wonderful changing process was that the students began to enjoy watercolour more and more, even without me, a teacher! Yey!!!! The students learned not to rely on a third party, but they've found they were the agencies of lives. You see in Youtube, the students show gorgeous colours and draw freely! The participants have all found new confidence and enthusiasm for watercolour through the sessions on the program. My clients sublimated their uniqueness into beauty and created interesting art work. The result was the incredible pop up exhibition. Certainly, my gifted students painted their dreams.
... after the last session, when all the students were gone and I became alone in a room, I cried in joy...
If anyone have difficulty in their lives, please pass on this post . You're not alone and deserve to be happy. You have the same rights to enjoy art and life! Also, art is a wonderful communication methods and universal language. Everyone can understand each other.
Thank you Wesly Mission for giving me the wonderful opportunity to share time with talented people. They have the great potential, I have no doubt.Also, thank you for everyone who has been encouraging me and supporting Wesley and me. In particular, thanks for Blogger Friends. Your big cheers helped me to carry it out.
I heartily hope our little work will make a bit our world better...
Oh, yes! Come over my watercolour workshop. Children aged between 8 and 12 years @ Parramatta library, on 1st October,11am-12pm. $3 per person. To book, please contact the library, 9806 5159. Let's have fun!!
Friends, Happy Painting! Let's share joy!!