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An Ancient and Modern Art Form
(daily 9:30am to 12:30pm, Teens and Middle Schoolers)

Encaustic painting is also known as hot wax painting. It involves using heated beeswax and colored pigments to make these unique paintings. Tools and special brushes can be used to shape and sculpt the colored wax before it cools. Or heated metal tools can also be used to manipulate the wax once it has cooled onto the surface. Other materials can be collaged into the surface or layered, making the final products mysterious and beautiful. All supplies included, although personal photos/artifacts may be brought in to layer into the wax.

$175.00 (please register through our Website)
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Back by Demand! TEENS ONLY
(daily 9:30am to 4:00pm)

This full-day camp is full of surprises…everyday there will be a mystery guest artist or gallery visit, after which we return to the studio to experiment with new ideas and approaches to making art with the theme of the day. This camp is experimental, avant garde and fast paced. These teens need to be prepared to think out of the box. All Supplies included. Bring Lunch!

$350 (please register through our website)
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For Elementary School Camp K-5th grade. 
(daily 9:30am to 12:30pm)

We will learn about some of our ocean’s diverse creatures and use a variety of mediums to make some very fishy art. Every day, there will be something new and wonderful to explore! On Friday, we will complete an Under Our Sea mural using some of the creatures we made during the week.

Print making, painting, and collage will be some of the mediums explored. All supplies included.

$150 (please register through our website)
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The exhibition is live as of today. Read the artist statement in this blog.
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Our blog post about one of my students and her interest for graffiti.
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