FAMILY FUN

Engaging Young Art Lovers and Families in Fun Projects
and High Quality Art-making Activities

The Community Art Project in 2014

The 2014 Community Art Project, coordinated by the Art Festival Committee, was an original acrylic painting painted by families attending the art festival. The painting is of the 500 year old Comfort Maple tree located in the Comfort Maple Conservation Area in the Town of Pelham. The completed painting hangs in the Fonthill Branch Pelham Library.

 

Celebrating Canada' s 150th Birthday with Photo Booth Snap and Share Fun in 2017

Families and art loving friends enjoyed the "Photo Booth Snap and Share" fun at the festival.

 

The Canada 150 Mosaic Mural


The residents of the Town of Pelham created a Canada 150 Mural Mosaic in 2017 symbolizing our community canada150mosaic.com/producing-a-mural/. The Pelham Art Festival painted a tile to celebrate Canada's birthday.

Each province and territory across Canada participated, creating murals that added to the sections of the massive coast to coast unified mosaic mural connecting Canada through art, and forming the ultimate visual time capsule that creates a legacy for a proud nation. Throughout Canada this equates to 100,000's tiles that has comprised an overall image of train cars connecting Canadians from far and wide.

Mural mosaic began in 2003 and was founded by the trio of Lewis Lavoie, Paul Lavoie and Phil Alain. Lead by renowned artist Lewis Lavoie, the trio is based out of St. Albert AB and have been orchestrating collaborative murals around North America involving artists and non-artists alike from all over the world. 

 

Families Art-making on Canvas in the Community Art Corner in 2019

Budding artists were thoughfully instructed to paint adjoining squares using their imaginations on a prepared canvas

 

Snap and Share Fun Booth in 2019

Families at the festival had a lot of fun in the "Snap and Share" booth

 

An Artists Scavenger Hunt was Oganized by Meridian Credit Union Fonthill in 2019

Meridian Credit Union Fonthill Branch volunteers manned an "Artists Scavenger Hunt" booth at the festival. Young art lovers visited artists in their booths asking a series of questions to learn more about original art and the artists. They gave in their results, and received art supplies prizes.