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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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20190423_205611.jpgWe had a relaxing evening  painting Yellow Irises like Monet last night at the Studio.  Famous Painter night is every 4th Tuesday where we recreate a famous work of art.  These are fun and educational.  Watch for the next one.

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20190227_054918.jpgAt last night’s Famous Painter session we recreated Monet’s Water Lilies and Agapanthus from 1914-17…and everyone did a great job!  Amazing!!!  Next month’s Famous Painter night feature Van Gogh.  Check it out here.

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20180725_055234.jpgYesterday at The Studio we painted LOTS of beautiful Monet inspired works of art.  First, the kids at Art Camp created their versions of Monet’s Water Lilies.

Then it was the adults turn as they did the same.

Everyone did a GREAT job!

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20180615_123319.jpgThe kids painted Monet’s Water Lilies on Friday.  They look great!!!  If you have young artists ages 5-13 we have more camps coming up this summer.  Take a look here.

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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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Famous Painter Night

At Famous Painter Night last evening we painted Monet’s Water Lilies.  And our versions turned out GREAT!  Nice job everyone.

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