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20170804_170210The final day of Art Camp at The Studio for this summer was yesterday….and the kids did it up right by painting Van Gogh’s Starry Night.  They love this one….and so do we!  Great work everyone!

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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 Kid’s Art Camp yesterday the young artist painted drip and splatter paintings like Jackson Pollack.

They did GREAT!  And we didn’t get any stray paint on the sidewalk.

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Yesterday at Art Camp our young artists painted Matisse’s Goldfish.  Fabulous!  There are more sessions of camp coming up for the summer.  Check out the schedule here.

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20170706_215700This session of Art Camp has our kids painting local scenes.  Yesterday they painted a view of the old bridge entering town.  They did an awesome job with this one.  Can’t wait to see what this group of little artists do today!

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Monet at Camp

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The second day of Art Camp with our young painters had us recreating Monet’s Pink Waterlilies.  Look at what a marvelous job these kids did!  Art Camp continues next week with our older group…ages 8-13.  And we have many more sessions planned for the summer.  Check them out here for your   young artists!

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