ST. PAUL - A variety of mediums were used to create unique works of art during a week-long Youth Art Camp held at the St. Paul Visual Arts Centre, last week.
Pam Bohn, the art instructor for the art camp, said the camp gives youth the chance to not only do art but form friendships.
"We also go outside to play and go to the park, and so it is also a day where they can make friends."
The art camp included acrylic painting, watercolour painting, mixed media projects, and much more.
"While I facilitate the classes, [the children] are free to create as they please," she said. "That allows those who like to do art that freedom to have different art mediums and try things that they may be unable to do at home."
Bohn said the participating youths have enjoyed the art camps, adding, "They all get excited when they come and take their [art] home to show their parents."