Arriving to Art with Heart

Since the firm was founded over 20 years ago, the well-being of children has always been a priority. After the firm experienced the joy of learning to express its creative side through art, the decision was made to host an event where the firm could share its creative expression and give back to the community: an art benefit for children. GoransonBain Ausley teamed up with Vickery Meadow Learning Center to create art!  VMLC is dedicated to improving English literacy levels among non-English speaking adults and their young children by providing programs in communication and life skills. Under the direction of Beth Maultsby, a group from the firm volunteered with the children of VMLC using different techniques such as shaving cream marbling, suminagashi for kids (Japanese paper marbling technique), rubber cement and water colors, bouncy ball sensor bag paintings, and alcohol ink-blowing.

Dallas Family Law attorney, Thomas Goranson at the Bouncy Ball painting activity

Family Law attorney, Tom Goranson at the Bouncy Ball painting activity

Someone's excited to do art!

Someone’s excited to do art!

Carol White teaching child the Alcohol Ink Blowing technique

Carol White teaching child the Alcohol Ink Blowing technique

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brianne Wojtowicz showing the final art piece of the shaving cream marbling technique

Brianne Wojtowicz showing the final art piece of the shaving cream marbling technique

Brittany Moore volunteering at the shaving cream marbling art station

Brittany Moore volunteering at the shaving cream marbling art station

Sherry Okon teaching the Suminagashi marbling technique

Sherry Okon teaching the Suminagashi marbling technique

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All the children at VMLC have expressed their artistic talent! We are honored to host their final artwork at our upcoming fundraiser…

Open Houseart with heart