Wednesday, April 08, 2020

Make something for a friend.

During our "social distancing, " we might feel lonely and missing our friends. It's ironic that our woodworking tools that some think of as dangerous, are actually less dangerous to us than hanging out with friends.

In any case, making art can ease the troubled heart. It's therapeutic. And it's done best when you can hold your friend and friendships in mind. Think of someone you miss and make something for them. You'll feel much better, I guarantee.

The Eureka Springs School of the Arts, and the Good Shepherd Humane Society have teamed up for a wonderful fund raiser in honor of our furry friends.

You can donate your skills as artist or develop your skills as an artist and participate in this worthwhile event. If you have a furry friend you love, you can have its portrait done by an artist or aspiring artist for the low price of $15.00. The picture shows an example. For more information, follow the link below.

Make, fix, create, and assist others in learning lifewise.

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