Art group draws healthy sup­port

South Western Times - - News -

INSIDE a typ­i­cal sub­ur­ban Bun­bury home, Ju­lia Bell and Jinny Mor­ton have cre­ated a place where peo­ple can con­nect over a love of still life art for all abil­i­ties.

This month, non-profit art group Easely does it sup­ported the Act Be­long Com­mit cam­paign by rais­ing money to con­tribute to a more men­tally healthy WA at its fort­nightly ses­sions.

Ms Bell said the group was a great way to live the Act Be­long Com­mit mes­sage in a re­laxed and friendly at­mos­phere.

“We de­cided to sup­port Act Be­long Com­mit be­cause the cam­paign re­flects ex­actly what we are about – get­ting out, in­volved, meet­ing like-minded peo­ple and shar­ing a pas­sion for some­thing,” she said.

“Like­wise, our mod­els will agree that the ex­pe­ri­ence they have had has given them the con­fi­dence to love the skin they are in – def­i­nitely a healthy mind­set.”

Ms Bell said par­tic­i­pa­tion in the class only re­quired a do­na­tion for the mod­els and equip­ment used. Find out more by call­ing 0426 812 191.

Pic­ture: Jon Gell­weiler

Still life art group Easely does it co­or­di­na­tors Ju­lia Bell and Jinny Mor­ton are draw­ing sup­port for a men­tally healthy com­mu­nity this month.

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