Summer Art Workshops
Pee Wee Picasso
Age: 4 - 5
Time: 9-10 am
Dates: July 9, 11, 13 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
Fun activities providing a foundation for artistic development in preschool children. Includes color, shape, collage, working with the tools of real artists, and other elements of art introduced through multiple media projects that children will enjoy making and taking home after each class. Basic principles and vocabulary will be incorporated in an age-appropriate manner. Materials included. Min. 4/Max. 6. Early Bird registration by June 30, $54.50; Late registration, $59.
Art Workshop: Basics, Level 1
Time: 9-10 am
Dates: July 16, 18, 20 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
Explore treasures in nature, learn color mixing, basics of drawing, shape, line and composition. Using a variety of media, children will also learn selection and care of materials, tools and vocabulary of professional artists. Provides a foundation upon which students can build a life-long interest and understanding of art while having a good time with new friends! Min. 4/Max. 6. Materials included. Early Bird registration by June 30, $54.50, Late registration, $59
Meet the Masters Workshop
Time: 9-10:30 am
Dates: July 23 - 27
This unique workshop is a combination of art exploration within art history. Each day, participants will learn about a famous artist and then create their own masterpiece based on that master's style, color choices and techniques. Students will work in a variety of mediums. Min. 4/Max 8. Materials included. Early Bird registration by July 13, $94; Late registration, $112.
Introduction to Drawing
Time: 9-10 am
Dates: July 30 - August 3
For children who love to draw! An opportunity to sharpen observation skills; to become familiar with line, form, and composition. Drawing in various media including pencil, pen and ink, and colored pencil. Students will choose their own subjects for a still life drawing. An old boot can be lots of fun! Min.4/Max 8.
Art Workshop: Basics Level 2
Times: 9-10:30 am
Dates: August 6-10
Building on the program of Basics, Level 1, Level 2 offers more complexity in projects and use of tools and vocabulary. Daily take home projects continue to build fundamental knowledge of art that participants will automatically incorporate into art opportunities as they arise in school. Min. 4/Max. 8. Materials included. Early Bird registration by July 30, $94; Late registration, $112.
Time: 9-10:15 am
Dates: August 13-17
A fun exploration of the tools and techniques for working with various art media through hands on experience. Participants will be encouraged to look for "found materials" outside of class and to share their creative ideas working together and having fun! Min.4/Max. 8. Materials included. Early Bird registration by Aug. 3, $74.99; Late registration, $93
Teen/Adult Drawing Intensive
Time: 9-11 am
Dates: August 20-24
Focus on perspective, tonal values and an appreciation of composition and design.. Sharpen your observation skills and ability to "see" the world around you/ .Min. 4/Max. 10. Early Bird registration by Aug. 10, $119.99; Late registration, $149.99.
Shelly Hendrickson, Art
Shelly graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor in Fine Arts and Washington University in St Louis with a Masters in Fine Art. In addition, she studied at the Leo Marchutz School of Painting in Aix-en-Provence, France. Currently she is teaching drawing and painting at Everett Community College.
Hendrickson is accomplished in a wide variety of media including: painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, clay, and woodworking. She is an experienced teacher having taught at all levels from preschool through college. Believing art is central to the joy of living, she strives to build confidence in her students, teaching them how to creatively communicate what they visualize and by providing them with a strong foundation in the techniques and tools of art upon which they can build throughout their lives.
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