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Roosters and Barns

 

Yesterday our young artists finished up a barn painting that they started the day before when they finished their cow paintings.  And then we had time to paint these amazing Roosters.  Great work by our Art Campers.  There are just two sessions left this summer….one for painters and one for sewing.  Don’t let your creative kids miss out.  Register now!

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Farm Animals Art Camp

20190715_202937.jpgYesterday we started our Farm Animal Art Camp for young painters ages 5-7 and we painted COWS!  What a great job these young painters did on these.  And they were such good listeners that we started another painting so if all goes well we finish it and another today.  Stay tuned.

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North Fork Rails

20190710_195948.jpgI always love it when groups set up a Paint Party with suggestions of paintings they want to do.  A few years ago we did an amazing evening river painting with our friends at North Fork Campground.  Now they are planning a new paint party with this idea.  They sent a great photo that we developed into a painting.  Can’t wait.  It will be fun!

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20190712_055934.jpgYesterday we painted Van Gogh’s Wheat Field and Cypress at Art Camp.  The kids did an awesome job on these.  They loved that it was sort of a day time version of Starry Night with all the swirls in the sky.  We still have a few more sessions of art camp this summer.  Check it out here for your young artist.

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Matisse Cat at Camp

20190710_131429.jpg Even though we now have a resident dog….Lincoln…at the Studio we painted cats!  Matisse Cat yesterday at Art Camp.  They were so much fun for the kids to do and quite challenging.  Great work by everyone….and Lincoln didn’t mind seeing the cats.  🙂

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A Matisse for My Birthday

20190710_064812.jpgYesterday I celebrated my birthday by painting a beautiful Matisse painting with the Art Camp Kids.  This is “Still Life, Bouquet of Dahlias and White Book by Henri Matisse from  1923.   This week we are studying Monet, Matisse and Van Gogh and since Matisse is my favorite we did one of his.  They did amazing work as we did a little large canvas.  Nice job everyone!!!

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20190708_185902.jpgYesterday the kids started a week of Art Camp by painting a beautiful Monet. “Walk in the Meadows at Argenteuil” was created by Claude Monet in 1873. He painted this scene of his wife and son in a flowering meadow with the light cascading across the background.  The kids did a great job recreating it in the short time we had yesterday morning.  Today we will be studying Matisse.  Can’t wait!

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