Bronx Council On The Arts Hosts ‘The Black & White Of It’

April Collazo Rodriguez concentrated on her black and white painting.
Photo by Laura Stone

Bronx Council on the Arts and Visual art master Aleathia Brown co-hosted ‘The Black and White of It,’ an exciting art workshop on Saturday, January 13 at the Westchester Library. Through a special partnership with the Bronx Council on the Arts, students learned how to use black and white acrylic paint, black watercolor paper and pencil to create a work of art. The next program will be held on Saturday, March 10 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Westchester Square Library on 2521 Glebe Avenue.

Workshop teacher Aleathia Brown (l) with participating artist Gloria Sanders, discussing her use of lines.
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Visual art master instructor Aleathia Brown demonstrated the proper technique to hold a paint brush.
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Proud six-year-old artist Padma Kesraj added her practice piece to dry with the others.
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Aleathia Brown (c) began the workshop by showing the artists the project they would be working on while giving them an explanation of the task at hand.
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Mother and daughter Nandini Persaud (l) and Padma Keraj participated in the family art workshop.
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