Photo gallery: Young ‘Picassos’ show off creative streak at art picnics in Waterlow Park
Youngsters showed off their creative sides at an open-air art workshop in Highgate this week.
Children drew inspiration from the leafy surrounds of Waterlow Park as they displayed their budding brush skills at an art picnic on Tuesday.
Green Peas events held the picnic for two to eight-year-olds, which was founded three years ago by mum Anna Konarska when she was looking for outdoor activities for her own toddler.
The company founder said: “I was looking for something for my daughter to help her engage with nature in an urban environment.
“I think the kids had a fabulous time. It’s an open space and they can get really messy. It’s a nice fun atmosphere and parents are not worrying about them splashing white walls with stains.”
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Art Picnics 4 Kids are also held in Priory Park, Crouch End.
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