Kids get creative at National Gallery

Children were recently given the opportunity to roll up their sleeves and explore their creative side as the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands offered Children’s Adventures in Abstract Art. The programme taught kids more about abstract art, and gave them the opportunity to produce their own wonderful abstract creations. 

The National Gallery supplied all the necessary equipment, including educational booklets that had activities designed to help develop the children’s knowledge and artistic skill. 


Lily Marsh was excited to show off some of what she learned.


From left, Caelan Chisholm, Ria Plunkett and Ella Plunkett jump right into working with watercolours.


So many beautiful pieces of art were created by the children.


Freddie Marsh was very focused on creating his masterpiece.


Christian Murray is hard at work. – PHOTOS: CATHERINE HINDS

Comments are closed.