Making cornucopias with Studio MPL

Eva begins by outlining the pumpkin in her cornucopia.

Eva begins by outlining the pumpkin in her cornucopia.

On Monday, Studio MPL—our art club for kids in first through fifth grade—made cornucopias of self-expression. They made collages from magazines to show what they were thankful for this year.

This continues their theme of self-expression. Last month, they used hair to depict their inner selves.

Remo colors in the grapes of his cornucopia.

Remo colors in the grapes of his cornucopia.

They’ve also made sun catcherspainted sunsetsweaved and even garnered inspiration from Jackson Pollock.

Studio MPL meets on the third Monday of each month.

Next month’s session will be Dec. 15 at our Main Branch. You can register for it here.

For more photos from our Studio MPL session, check out our Facebook page. For more information on programs and events for children, teens and adults at Mentor Public Library, visit www.mentorpl.org.

Natalie uses rounded geometric figures like spheres and ovals to sketch a turkey.

Natalie uses rounded geometric figures like spheres and ovals to sketch a turkey.

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