Art & Murals

Art & Murals

[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_fullsizerender.jpg]130This piece was painted and donated By Mark Wooley.
Entitled "October 21 1969: Kerouac's Ascension-Free of Memere and That Slaving Meat Wheel" this painting is by famed local Portland art aficionado and former teacher, Mark Woolley.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_gedc0632.jpg]430This piece was painted and donated by Miss Julia's 4th grade class.
Inspired by scenes in their own neighborhood, Miss Julia's fourth grade class was responsible for the creation of a series of eye catching chalk drawings.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_gedc0634.jpg]410This piece was painted and donated by Miss Julia's 4th grade class.
A collaborative effort by a fourth grade class, taught by our neighbor Miss Julia, Produced this stunning chalk drawing.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_img_5115.jpg]120This piece was purchased and donated by CHA CHA Mills.
When she saw this painting by Zimbabwe artist Wilson Mugadza, CHA CHA was compelled to purchase it for the halls of Children's Club as an homage to the many trips she and her friends took to the swimming pool during their summer camp adventures.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_img_5126.jpg]100This piece was drawn by Fred Schwab and donated by Charlie Durham
This classic depiction of a busy schoolyard was a gift from a grateful parent.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_mural1.jpg]720This piece was painted by Shane De Leon and is on loan from the Mills Family.
NICE BOOTS<br />A salute to our soggy Portland way of life.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_mural2.jpg]951This piece was painted and donated by a former participant who went on to study art at their university.
This beautiful self portrait can be hung vertically or turned horizontally to appear as if the subject is lying down.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_gedc0630.jpg]1640This piece was painted and donated by Shane De Leon.
MARLEY<br />Each portrait in this series is of a former Children's Club participant.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_gedc0626.jpg]440This piece was painted and donated by Shane De Leon.
CHA CHA<br />Each portrait in this series is of a former Children's Club participant.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_mural-3.jpg]620This piece was painted and donated by Shane De Leon.
SAGE<br />Each portrait in this series is of a former Children's Club participant.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_gedc0627.jpg]400This piece was painted and donated by Shane De Leon.
Each portrait in this series is of a former Children's Club participant.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_gedc0628.jpg]330This piece was painted and donated by Shane De Leon.
Each portrait in this series is of a former Children's Club participant.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_gedc0631.jpg]340This piece was painted and donated by Shane De Leon.
Each portrait in this series is of a former Children's Club participant.
[img src=http://www.childrensclubinc.com/wp-content/flagallery/art-amp-murals/thumbs/thumbs_gedc0624.jpg]520This piece was painted and donated by Shane De Leon.
Children at play in our very own Sunnyside playground have made this heartwarming watercolor a multi generational favorite.

 

 

At Children’s Club our walls are decorated with a rich display of donated artwork by both local and international artists. It is our belief that  human beings of all ages experience stimulation, growth, and healing when exposed to art in it’s many forms.