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The schedule is out for this summer’s Art Camp for kids.  We have something for everyone….including a new session for kids to learn to sew!  Here is the 2019 schedule with themes:
Ages 5 – 7 (10 am – Noon) $60 per session
June 20-21, 2019 – Camp #1 Van Gogh & O’Keeffe
July 1-2, 2019 – Camp #3 Monet & Matisse
July 15-16, 2019 – Camp #5 Farm Animals
July 18-19, 2019 – Camp #6 Harry Potter
Ages 8 – 13 (9 am- Noon) $150 per session
June 24–27, 2019 – Camp #2 Movie Themes
July 8 -11, 2019 – Camp #4 Monet, Van Gogh & Matisse
August 5-8, 2019 – Camp #8 Farm Animals & Local Scenes
NEW! – Learn to Sew Camp – July 29-30 (9 am – Noon) Ages 7-12 $85

Click here for more information.

 

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20180807_201237.jpgYesterday was the last day of Art Camp for this summer.  We ended with the girls painting the “Parisian Lady” from 1910 by Kees van Dongen.  They painted it on a large canvas and did a beautiful job.  Nice work this session young painters.  Keep painting!

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20180807_065052.jpgThe young painters did their version of Cuno Amiet’s “Girl with Flowers” from 1896 yesterday at Art Camp.  What a great job they did!!!!!!!!!

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20180803_173709.jpg The kids painted Paul Gauguin’s “Mimi and her Cat” at Art Camp on Friday.  So adorable!

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Aug 2 Post ImpressWe started our last session of Art Camp for the summer yesterday and it had us painting Paula Modersohn-Becker’s “Still Life with Lemon, Orange, and Tomato” from 1903.  Terrific!

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20180731_143532.jpgAt Art Camp yesterday our young painters painted the Caboose.  Nice work everyone!  That was our last day of camp for ages 5-7.  We have one more session of camp for ages 8-13 starting Thursday.  We will paint Thursday and Friday and Monday and Tuesday!  Be sure to sign up your young artist.  Click here.

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20180731_062839.jpgYesterday our young artists painted a local scene at Art Camp.  Look at what a great job they did painting the entrance sign to Shenandoah National Park….along with a BEAR!  Nice work!

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