Artistic Life Cycle

Photos by Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald
The Ferdinand Branch Library hosted a butterfly painting activity where participants used sponges and paint to decorate cardboard butterflies Monday afternoon. Peyton Boeglin of Huntingburg, 5, mixed watercolors together while painting her butterfly. “I think I’m going to be an artist when I grow up,” Peyton said. Peyton’s grandmother, Darlene Boeglin of Ferdinand, brought Peyton and her two brothers — Dakota, 6, and Parker, 2, — to the library after school.

 

Dakota Boeglin of Huntingburg, 6, used a sponge to decorate his butterfly at the library.

 

Dakota, left, his grandmother Darlene, brother Parker, and sister Peyton, decorated their butterflies together.

 

Peyton mixed watercolors together while painting her butterfly.

 

While his siblings painted their butterflies, Parker made tower of unused sponges at the library.



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