Portrait Practice

Mar 27, 2016 | 0 comments

Not only are the Touch A Life kids experiencing healing from past trauma during their sessions in Connor Creative Art Center, they are also practicing their technical drawing skills! This month some of our older students have been studying the shapes and forms needed to draw faces and portraits. We are so impressed by these artists and their growing abilities!














If you’d like to help provide art supplies and staff for our Art Center in Ghana, we still need 40 Art Sponsors! These sponsors commit to $360 a year ($30 a month) and we love to see families and friends come together to raise that amount. Contact our team for more information about you can support our Art Healing program.

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