Sarah Orfinger and her family — 6-year-old Ben, 4-year-old Emma and significant other Troy Talbot — are Ormond Memorial Art Museum’s featured family from the April Family Art night event.
Orfinger, daughter of one of the museum’s volunteers, took part in OMAM’s Free Family Art night on May 5.
The family enjoys participating in art activities together and wanted to try their skills in pointillism with the event’s Georges Seurat-inspired activity, which encouraged using Q-tips and paint to make a picture of the museum’s gardens. The family was successful, according to a statement to the Observer.
When not making art together, the family enjoys cycling and playing with their golden retriever, Teddy.
Ben is also looking forward to attending OMAM’s 3D summer art camp.
The museum’s Family Art Night takes place most first Fridays of the month from 5:30-7 p.m.
All art supplies are provided, and the program is sponsored in part by the Women United Volusia Chapter.
The next program is scheduled for June 2.