Despite the heavy snowfall, we dried out and warmed up with a southwestern art curriculum this past week for Spring Break ART Camp.
On Tuesday, we learned to identify cumulus, cirrus and stratus clouds, practiced painting cumulus clouds of our own and created our own hanging cloud sculptures.
On our museum visit on Wednesday, we identified cloud types in many landscape and seascape paintings on our way to view Cloud World by Maynard Dixon as well as other southwestern landscapes.
We painted our own southwestern landscapes using acrylic and watercolor.
On Thursday, our subject was the Saguaro cactus tree. We incorporated this subject into a landscape which we embroidered.
The snow was fun too!
There are two classes on Sunday afternoons in April that still have seats!
Yellow Umbrella, Sunday, April 15, 2:30 - 5:30
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle, Sunday, April 22, 2:30 - 5:30
See THIS LINK and scroll down for more information.
Watch for SUMMER CAMP paperwork to be sent out this coming Friday, April 13.
Camp paperwork and deposits are due April 27.
I have room for one more pair during the Mother's Day workshop during the 10:30 and 2:15 time slots.
For those of you who missed Summer Camp enrollment this year,
consider the Learning to Bee workshop on Wednesday, June 13.