Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Kids Summer Art Camp 2013 - Part 1

My two best little "Project Testers" put on their aprons and went along with me using them to try stuff out the week before art camp. It is a LOT of prep-work but sooooo worth it! We are having a fantastic time at camp this summer!

The kids are so stinkin' cute! Their creativity always brings a smile to my heart.
One of our first big projects was making Owls with air dry clay.

Wow! Can I put all of these on my refrigerator please.

Carley has been rockin' it as my helper each day. She is a superstar for doing the morning and afternoon sessions and keeping such a cheerful disposition the whole time.
Love you kid!

Teaching Batik using glue and watered down acrylics.

Older kids studied Wayne Thiebaud and we made colorful ceramic cupcakes.

We also studied Louise Nevelson and had the most fun when all the kids brought in bags of "treasure" to make assemblages. Super cool!
We loved them even before spray painting them.

 We also did some still life drawing, "simon says" artworks, and watercoloring.

And that's only the first two days!
Stay tuned for more to come from ART CAMP 2013

1 comment:

claudia said...

I just LOVE all these projects. Thank you for posting. Your camp looks awesome.