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