BEDFORD – The Bedford Parks Department Spring Break Art Camp was in full effect Tuesday afternoon, as Tatiana Ritter with Tink’s Fine Art, worked with the kids on-site with their abstract paintings.
Ritter started working with painting and art when she was in middle school and is now excited to help the next generation of artists find their passion and potential.
“Some of the kids who come to the camps, or paint parties, don’t think they can make a great piece of art, and by the end of the day, have some of the best work out of the bunch. It makes it all worth while just to see their faces when they accomplish something they thought was impossible,” said Ritter.
When the camp started on Monday, the children painted bags and made sculptures out of clay. Then began abstract art paintings using washable markers, coffee filters, and canvas paper to make their unique artwork.
Other art projects throughout the week will include ceramics, wood, and more.
For more information about Ritter, her artwork, and her classes/events, you can visit her website.
Upcoming events with the Bedford Parks Department, please visit their Facebook page.