A Temple Sinai Program: Paint Party for Young Families – The Calanit
Sunday, August 9 from 3.00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.
The Calanit or Anemone is Israel’s National flower. Calanit comes from the Hebrew word cala, which means ‘bride’. Whenever anyone visits the northern Negev, the Calanit welcomes them with their beauty and majesty. It is a type of a poppy flower that is most commonly red, but it can also be purple, magenta, or white! The inspired original painting by Ashley, which you will learn, symbolizes that anyone can choose whichever colour they would like to paint to help beautify their home and Israel. You too can paint this scene with your loved ones with step-by-step instructions from Ashley. You will learn: Basic instructions on using acrylic paints, How to mix colours, How to plan out and paint a landscape scene, Brush techniques. Good to have: A big flat brush, A medium round brush, A small brush, Acrylic paints, A palette, A canvas, A cup of water and a cloth. But you don’t need it all! You can use pencil crayons, or crayons, paper/cardstock, a gift bag, or a cardboard box. For more information, visit us online at www.templesinai.net, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Temple Office at 416-487-4161.
Sponsor: Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto