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Sunday was Valentine’s Day so Zoélee and Thomas appropriately painted hearts on the snow at Le Chenail Cultural Centre. Photo: James Morgan

Art on Snow brings colour and community to Chenail Island

The snow did not stay white outside Maison de l’île in Hawkesbury on the afternoon of Sunday, February 14.  Le Chenail Cultural Centre hosted a Painting on Snow event where attendees could get creative with a spray bottle of water mixed with food colouring and create their own pictures on the snow.

“The snow is basically a giant canvas,” said Le Chenail Artistic Director and local artist, Amanda G. Wright.

She was pleased that the event could be held in a way that allowed people to participate but keep two metres away from each other.

Lily-May, Shyloh, Mayka, and Kyhanna enjoyed creating Art on Snow at Le Chenail Cultural Centre on February 14. Photo: James Morgan

James Morgan

James Morgan is a freelance contributor. He has worked for several print and broadcast media outlets. James loves the history, natural beauty, and people of eastern Ontario and western Quebec.

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