“The Recycling Home” created by a young library patron
Children sharing their artwork
(Photo of children used with permission from parents)
Today Lorraine Brown and I presented our children’s art program, “Make Art Out of Recyclables” at the Secaucus Library, Secaucus, New Jersey (http://secaucuslibrary.org/).
Using recycled paper and various materials, children made cards; some for Mother’s Day and some just used free expression.
We had a fabulous time and look forward to going back! Thanks so much to librarian, Cecilia Mucciolo for having us!
If you’d like to have us present “Make Art Out of Recyclables” at your library (or children’s birthday party), please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I’d also like to give a shout out to Richard Moglia, whose extraordinary art is currently featured at the Secaucus Library. Lorraine and I have a soft spot for animals, and we think it’s super duper cool that Richard Moglia donates work to help animal conservation!
I tried to find a website for Richard, but came up empty handed. But here’s a cool article I found on him: http://www.hudsonreporter.com/view/full_story/26377981/article-Portrait-of-the-apes-Local-artist-is-an-advocate-for-vanishing-primates-?
Enjoy some of the photos I took of his work:
You know me, I love to monkey around!
Lorraine Brown, loves animals as much as I do!
Portrait of a rescued lab monkey
According to the note accompanying the photo, she really did smile like this!