This afternoon, Pedro Cano, the painter Murcia in international asset, has taught about 300 people to paint mine Mazarrón.
The event, hosted by the Mazarrón Town Council and the Foundation "Pedro Cano" has begun in the Town Hall where the Mayor of the municipality, Ginés Campillo, has welcomed the participants among whom were the Deputy Mayor of Planning, Francisco Garcia, and the Councillor for Culture, Maria Celeste Soria.
Ginés Campillo has greatly appreciated the presence Blanca painter and interest in this activity that many children have participated.
After the welcome, the artist, accompanied by the Mayor, the official chronicler of the town, Mariano C.
Guillen, and the participants have put towards the mine, reaching mine "San Antonio" has been chosen as a framework to capture on canvas that adults and children carried.
Pedro Cano has taught the audience to "take a bite out of reality" painting with watercolor and, once again, in a masterly manner the said mine.
The painter has also taught the importance of the composition since "before painting have to play the role to feel what goes where we're going to paint," he explained.
Furthermore, Mariano C.
Guillen has provided data on the mines of Mazarrón, completing this cultural activity that has been a success, both for quality participation as some have shown with brushes.
Among them the smallest, which have tremendously funny and whose parents have thanked the council and the painter the implementation of such activities to motivate them in the world of art and creation from an early age.
It was definitely a magical evening in which Pedro Cano, great and touching, gave a lecture participants will not forget in their lives.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón