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We had another terrific paint party at Capon Springs this week and everyone created beautiful bird houses with clematis. I love that everyone is doing such nice work here. What a fun time it has been…..painting, tearing paper, singing together, dancing around, making new friends….all while creating beautiful art! It has been my pleasure to work with this amazing group!

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VIA Finger Paints Koi

VIA Week 2This week the VIA students painted the Koi Fish Pond using both brush and fingers.  We are continuing to explore different types and methods of painting.  (You can read more about this group here.)

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We had a busy afternoon at The Studio yesterday.  First, our 1st Saturday Paint Party saw us painting the Koi Fish Pond…using our fingers.  That was so much fun.  Then we had two private Paint Parties with excited painters….many giving it a try for the first time.  It’s always a good time introducing new people to painting and helping those who already paint learn even more.  A great day at The Studio.

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Last night in our Adult Art Class we all decided to give Finger Painting a try.  What fun it turned out to be….and messy! Everyone was game to paint fast and loose.  And boy did they turn out great.  We painted a little Koi pond with Lily Pads.  Sometimes it’s fun to do something a little different.  Great work everyone!  If you want to get creative come join us for art class on Wednesdays at 10:30 or 5:30 or Thursdays at 2 pm.  See more info here.

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Lincoln and Friends

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Lincoln loves the Koi fish at the pond in front of the cabin. He will stand in the water waiting for them to come to him for 20 minutes. I have to call him out of the water or he would never leave his water friends.

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Lincoln continues to be fascinated by the large Koi fish in the pond at the cabin.  He wades into the water and watches them….and they watch him.

If I am ever unsure of where he’s run off to, I can take a look down in the water and he is often sitting there watching his fish.

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