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Kids Art Camp 2019 Video
Kids Art Camp was a huge success again this year. Here’s a video of some of the highlights!
Instructor: Diane Burrell
This is a class for those who want to develop their own style. Students work at their own pace . There will be a variety of demonstrations and painting techniques, including palette knife washes, building layers. Learn to create your own color palette based on sound color theory principles. All levels and painting media are welcome. Supply list is available.
- Dates: 4 Days – September 17, 24, October 1, October 8
- Time: 6pm – 9pm
Turn a regular watercolor into a three dimensional piece of art. This is new and different.
Instructor: Judy Crist
Date: October 16
Time: 9am – 3pm (lunch on your own)
All levels of painters welcome.
Bring your watercolor supplies and a 300lb. paper and I will furnish the extra supplies needed.
Maximum of 8 students.
Instructor: Gini Deaton
- Date: Sunday, Sept 29
- Time: 1 pm – 5 pm
- Cost: $60
- Maximum of 12 students
Learn to paint this misty mountain scene with a bear using the alla prima (wet-into-wet) method of oil painting.
Instructor: Tracy Davidson
We will be setting stones. (at least 10 types to choose from) The class theme is TEXTURE. Double base plates, ragged edges, celebrate the textures you can include in your designs. We will be cutting, soldering, texturing, and setting cabochon stones The pieces are quite small so pick up a magnifying visor at Harbor Freight or online for $5 or bring a cheap pair of reading glasses so you can see the tiny chips of solder.
- Date: Sunday October 27
- Time: 1 pm – 6:00 pm
- Class Fee – $55 includes all supplies and tools
Instructors: Karen Zane and Tracy Davidson
- We will be learning how to dye our gourds, many different colors and styles to stain with, including leaving it natural
- Then, weave a top trim, add beading, then etch copper embellishments and fold forming copper feathers.
- All supplies and tools supplied
- Limit 9 students