Bronzing her three clay batts at the art class

Bronzing of her three bats during the art clay class is Sheryl Thimios.  The three bats are each playing instruments.  One is with the Drums and has a harness in order to hold it in place as it will be upside down.   Another is playing the Flute and the third is playing the Violin.   They will all be attached on a log and displayed in her garden.  Sheryl finds the art classes very therapeutic  “It not surprising because that’s the core idea in art therapy.  Everyone is creative and can be expressive in the visual arts when working in a supportive setting.”

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Georgette Schwantes

Georgette Schwantes

An accredited TAFE teacher with a lifetime of experience. Georgette now teaches others to create amazing sculptures in a peaceful and positive social environment.

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