Posts Tagged ‘cardinal’

Hannah celebrated her 8th Birthday Party at The Studio yesterday with her friends.  She asked to paint a Cardinal on a Dogwood Tree…so we did.  And bless her sweet little heart, she asked her friends to bring items for the animals at the Humane Society instead of gifts for her.  Awesome party.  Happy Birthday Hannah!

If you are interested in booking a private party, contact kwalker@kellywalkerstudios.com .


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Kid’s Cardinals

Kids Cardinal

A great kid’s class yesterday as we painted a Winter Cardinal.  Nice work.  Kids class is every Wednesday from 4:15-5:15.  Contact kwalker@kellywalkerstudios.com to register your young artist.

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20170225_062240.jpgWe had a wonderful crowd of ladies who painted these fabulous winter scenes at The Studio last night.  Great work everyone!  And many thanks for allowing me the intermission during the party to walk down the street for the Pawcasso reception.  I appreciate your understanding.  🙂

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Snowy Cardinal is an acrylic on canvas that I worked up for a Paint Party this week.  And the girls loved it.  They did a great job on theirs too!

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Kids with Redbird

Kids Paint Cardinals in Winter

VIA Abstract

VIA students paint Abstracts

There was lots of fun and great art work going on at The Studio this week with our kids classes.  Super!

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I finally remembered to take my camera to class and get some photos of things we have been painting in the kids classes.  These are the cardinals that I did last week for the Wed. and Thurs. classes.  The kids really seem to enjoy painting animals.  If you have a student 8 – 12 years old that would like to paint with us, email me at kwalker@doubledogdesigns  to sign them up for a class.  I know they will have fun.

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Look at what a great job the Wednesday afternoon art class did with their cardinals.  Thursday class also painted cardinals but I forgot my camera last night.  😦  Next week I’ll remember it so I can show off the Thursday students too.

Good job everybody!

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