The varied patterns and colors we made on our windsocks brightened up the patio this past summer during Asian Art Camp.
This 5th grade student explores watercolors and value, discovering how her application or light or dark colors creates a pattern in her painting. (Asian Art Camp)
Ah, matey, Pirate Camp was full of adventure as Pirate Teams had to navigate through a challenging game discovering the fun of history, combined with the "art" of being a pirate.
This pirate really got into her treasure map, along with the pirate fashion. In summer camps, the structure allows us several days to work and complete projects, enjoying the process, along with being playful with the theme.
This Fairy Artist makes the adjustment she needs to make her fairy crown fit just right. (Fairies and Woodland Creatures Camp)
These two pre-K artists enjoy making friends and having fun during our lunch break. (Jackson Pollock Jr. Summer Camp)