Thursday, May 1, 2014

Summer Camp Dates!

Each child had an entire panel for the
 art show at the end of the camp week.
Is it Summer time already? Wow, I can't believe it. That means it is time to fill our children's time with fun and if possible, learning. I love to brag that in my art camps the students produce more in one week than they do an entire year in public school. But the bulletin boards in my photos actually show this to be a plausible brag. We have a lot of fun utilizing so many mediums to create incredible masterpieces: watercolor paint, acrylic paint, collage, colored pencils, oil pastels. 
Students get a chance to follow guided instructions with the opportunity to explore who they are and how they want to translate an idea or concept. Everyone turns out individual pieces which make their process exciting and unique. Email me if you are interested in signing up for one of the sessions listed in the side bar. Each week will introduce different projects so that students can sign up for multiple weeks and continue to be challenged and inspired.







1 comment:

Ted Short said...

Hi Rachel, other half of Bev here. If I want to get Tyler signed up for July 21 camp, what is the process? I see nothing other than the dates on the site. I'm probably going to just sign him up knowing he will really enjoy it once he's there because he acts like he just wants to lie around the house unless we are going to the lake/pool/river :)