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‘Explorations’ students allowed to paint on gallery walls during “Anicca” exhibition at Liberty Arts.

Liberty Arts Gallery in Yreka made every student in its Explorations Art Education program very happy when they were told they could paint directly on our walls during the Anicca–500 Hours of Art exhibition. While we encouraged wall-painting freedom during this exhibition, we offer this bit of advice: Kids, don’t try this at home!

Mrs. O’Brien (in white hoodie) gets in on the action with her fourth-grade class.

This little man was feeling patriotic, and his piece was one of at least three flags that our visitors produced during the show’s run.

The sheer diversity of creative exploration was amazing to see as the exhibit unfolded over the course of three weeks.

The students enjoyed finding the perfect spot to make their mark, and we actually managed to fill every wall in the entire gallery with creative pieces large and small.

Explorations Art Education Program is part of Liberty Arts’ mission to enrich our community and culture through art.

To inquire about scheduling a visit for your class, call Education Director, Bee Soulé at Liberty Arts Gallery (530) 842-0222 on Fridays between 10am and 5pm.

Photos by Kim Presley and Bee Soulé

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