A GROUP of young expat artists, aged between six and 14, have put on a fabulous exhibition of their own work.
The Orgiva-based group Art in Life (Arte en la Vida) showcased a range of colourful paintings, sculpture, photography and more.
“As you might imagine, life in true rural Spain is wonderful for children, but there are not many cultural outlets and none for the young,” explains art teacher Karolina Faulds, who organised the show with the support of the local town hall.
“That is why we have our art classes. Children learn about all kinds of techniques, famous artists, they will understand the basic terminology and most importantly they will have great fun, feel free and become a part of amazing supportive community.
“We might be small but our message is big,” she added.
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