It’s an artistic free-for-all at Studio MPL

Caleb uses an old hard drive as the heart of his mixed-media robot.

Caleb uses an old hard drive as the heart of his mixed-media robot.

Studio MPL, our art club for kids, had its first free-for-all contest on Monday.

The kids made anything they wanted, voted on their favorites and even designed the trophies the top vote-getters received.

The young artists followed their imaginations, creating robots, dress designs and even an oversized smart phone.

While not everyone could win the contest, all of these young artists are winners.

Feathers fall from above as Lynn brainstorms for her fashion project.

Feathers fall from above as Lynn brainstorms for her fashion project.

Every month, the kids take on a new art project. They’ve created imaginary friendsmade sun catcherspainted sunsetsweaved, tried out pointillism and even garnered inspiration from Jackson Pollock.

Studio MPL meets on the third Monday of each month. If your kid likes art—any kind of art—they can join the fun!

Next month’s session will be Dec. 21 at our Main Branch. You can register for it here.

Our young artists!

Our young artists!

For more photos from Studio MPL, visit Mentor Public Library’s Facebook page.

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