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Monday, November 28, 2016

Watercolour Workshop for Day of People with Disability

Wesley Mission and I will run a watercolour workshop for a community event to celebrate International Day of People with Disability at Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre on 30 Nov. 
11 am to 2 pm, 2 sessions (1 hour each). Free. Materials are provided. Simple designs and easy steps. Anyone can make cards! A watercolour artist Sadami Konchi and Wesley staff will assist you. All welcome, particularly, people with disability. Some of my former clients of Building Dreams project are coming. One client, who could hardly move his body, is coming. I had given him my watercolour painting of his dream, "riding a horse." Wesley staff said, "A client looks very happy to see you again." I look forward to seeing them! 
I'm very happy and grateful that Wesley has brought me this opportunity to contribute to society. Friends, see you there this Wed! 







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6 comments:

  1. I know that painting of him riding the horse is a treasured gift, Sadami, and your kindness in giving your time and energy are welcome to everyone! Have a great day!

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    1. Oooohhh, sweet, Rhonda!! Very demanding work physically and mentally. But it's so rewarding. I love this job so much. Yes, I will make clients happy! Best wishes, Sadami

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  2. Es muy hermoso, eso de contribuir con lo que sabes, con seres discapacitados, como lo haces tú. Eres muy buena y con un corazón muy grande haciendo feliz a mucha gente! Además sabes tanto de arte, que seguro que aprenderán a dibujar o a aprovechar el tiempo con un lápiz y papel. Seguro que lo pasarán bien y... tú también.
    Yo doy muchas charlas con niños en colegios, calle y biblioteca. Y es maravilloso ver lo que disfrutan y notar que saben dibujar perfectamente y muchas veces mejor que yo! Es admirable la respuesta de los niños a estas charlas. Igual que deben ser las tuyas! Bravo Sadami.
    Un fuerte abrazo.

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    1. Muchas gracias, dulce Joshemari. ¡Guauu! ¡Usted es un abuelo tan encantador para cualquier persona! Usted comparte alegría con niños y adultos en un espacio público. Es maravilloso dar una charla de dibujo y su alegría a otros. Sí, los niños y cualquier persona dibujo de amor. Yo también, feliz de ver su trabajo. Eres un artista maravilloso y un gran abuelo. Por favor mantenga su charla y dibujo. Seguramente, ¡es hacer de España una sociedad mejor!
      ((Abrazos)) Sadami
      Thank you very much, sweet Joshemari. Wow! You're a so lovely grandpa for anyone! You share joy with children and adults in a public space. It is wonderful to give a talk of drawing and its joy to others. Yes, children and anyone love drawing. Me, too, happy to see their work. You're a wonderful artist and a sweet grand father. Please keep up your talk and drawing. Surely, it is making Spain a better society!
      (( Hugs )) Sadami

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      It is very beautiful, that of contributing with what you know, with disabled people, as you do. You are very good and with a big heart making many people happy! In addition you know so much of art, that surely they will learn to draw or to use the time with a pencil and paper. Surely they'll have a good time and ... you too.
      I give many talks with children in schools, street and library. And it is wonderful to see what they enjoy and to notice that they can draw perfectly and many times better than I do! The children's response to these talks is admirable. The same must be yours! Bravo Sadami.
      A hug.

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  3. Sadami have a fun today .... i know your students will :)

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    1. Thank you, Jane! We had a lovely time. Wesley took many photos of us and will promote the event. Take care, Jane. Cheers, Sadami

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