2017 4th ANNUAL ART EXHBIT
ON-THE-SPOT ACRYLIC PAINTING PORCELAIN PAINTING DISCOVER WRITING IKEBANA-SOGETSU
SATURDAY, NOV 27, 2016
PORCELAIN & ON-THE-SPOT PAINTING EXHIBIT AT THE SUNSHINE PLACE
Creativity knows no age at the Sunshine Place as members recently exhibited their works in a porcelain painting and on-the-spot contest exhibit in the senior hub.
Participants in the Porcelain Painting workshop facilitated by Ms. Mee Lee Casey created delightful art works on china - floral & Christmas themes, scenes & landscapes, fruits & vegetables, and animals using the lessons they learned from their sessions. These included mixing of paints, pen work, wipe-out techniques, and tactile finger and brush strokes.
Ms. Casey, a Malaysian expat wife who has 20 years of experience in teaching and painting has workshops at the Sunshine Place catering to both beginners and advanced artists. She was amazed at the works of her participants, and believes that “everyone can become adept at the art.”
During the same exhibit, the Sunshine Place presented the artworks created for an on-the-spot painting contest held for its students. This was a stimulating challenge for members, who were challenged to finish an artwork without the guidance and advise of instructor Fidel Sarmiento. Minette De Joya took the top award; while Atty. Vicky Pollisco and Cecilia De Joya received 2nd and 3rd awards, respectively.
Another highlight of the exhibit is a special tribute to Sunshine Place instructors Fidel Sarmiento for acrylic painting, Barbara Gonzalez for From the heart writing workshop, Mee Lee Casey for porcelain painting and Marc Tomas for Ikebana for their hard work and passion in sharing their skills with Sunshine Place members.
The Sunshine Place recently expressed its appreciation to its class instructors: Fidel Sarmiento for acrylic painting, Barbara Gonzalez for From the heart writing workshop, Mee Lee Casey for porcelain painting and Marc Tomas for Ikebana
Porcelain painting student Cristina Lee and her artwork, Selfie Time
Mee Lee Casey and the Porcelain painting students with their artworks
Some of the works of Malaysian expat and porcelain painting instructor Mee Lee Casey
On-the-spot painting contest 1st place winner, Minette De Joya with her acrylic on canvas work
On-the-spot painting contest 2nd place winner, Atty. Vicky Pollisco and her acrylic on canvas painting.
On-the-spot painting contest 3rd place winner, Cecilia De Joya and her acrylic on canvas painting