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thX4LIGGI7We are spending today getting The Studio ready for our 3rd Birthday tomorrow.  Hard to believe it’s been three years since we converted Delilah’s to The Studio-A Place for Learning.  It’s been an amazing three years … and all because of YOU!  So to celebrate we are having a Birthday Party …. and the gifts are for you.  It’s a Customer Appreciation Celebration with 5 fabulous “Make and Take” gifts just for you as well as some terrific door prizes!  So stop by tomorrow from 5-7 pm and help us celebrate three fabulous years….eat some cake…and make a couple of awesome gifts to take home.  Thanks!

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The artists who take regular art classes each week at The Studio are working to improve their skills.  Each one chooses their subject matter and get help individually from wherever they are to move their art forward.  Marie is a very good painter who did a fabulous job on these interesting and colorful trees and dog that she put together from several photos.  Nice work Marie!  One of the best things an artist can do for their art is to improve their color mixing skills.  Check out our upcoming workshop at The Studio on Color Mixing.  Click here for info.

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20170728_231312Nice work everyone!  We had lots of laughs last night at this one.  Great fun!

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20170727_121249-1The young artists were so excited to paint Van Gogh’s Starry Night at Art Camp yesterday.  It was our final day of camp for this age group (ages 8-13) for this summer.  We had an amazing group of painters who created some beautiful pieces of art while learning about a variety of famous artists.  There is one more session left for the younger artists (ages 5-7) coming up on August 3-4.  Here is the registration information.

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20170726_203440We love Matisse!  The Art Campers loved painting “Girl in the Purple Coat” yesterday.  It was quite a challenge to do it in just 3 hours but these young painters were diligent and buckled down and got it finished.  And boy, didn’t they do an excellent job?!  Great work girls!

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At Art Camp yesterday our great young painters recreated Paul Gauguin’s “Tahitian Landscape”.  And what beautiful recreations they made!  Just take a look.  They are terrific.  And we do get a little paint on us when we work, don’t we Sloan?  LOL

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We started our Post-Impressionism Art Camp yesterday as our 9 young painters recreated a Mary Cassatt painting of the “Woman Standing, Holding a Fan” from 1878-79. These girls did a wonderful job on this piece.  We also created a Color Wheel and talked about the importance of color mixing before we began painting our masterpiece.  Next up….Gauguin!

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