The group were very excited in the final session. Seeing all their hard work come to life on the walls gave the group a massive boost and they couldn’t wait to see their ideas finished.
The artists started by drawing the outline of the final art piece on the stair case.
Whilst the artists got the design into a position where the group could start colouring it in, the group started to create a new canvas each and made finishing touches to their work from the previous session.
Jazz adds the final touches to her canvas
Ellie spray painted her portrait
Once the outline work was done, the young people took it in turns to contribute in colouring the dream tree to truly making it their own.
It very quickly came to life with vibrant colours.
The group really liked the idea of having squirrels spray painted in different areas of the building, they turned out great!
The session was in full effect by this point with everybody contributing so much and really giving it everything they had to make sure their work was something they could be proud of.
As the final painting session came to an end, the group wanted to show off their work which they were all so proud of.
Finally, the group, artists and Inspired Youth signed the artwork in the teen room to finish the session.
The transformation of Hamilton House is now complete, and the project now enters a second stage which will see the young people lead their very own film production about their experiences of care.