Island Art Camp Adventure
An art experience you won't want to miss! Spend five fun-filled days making art in an artist's studio on Guemes Island. Take a 7 minute adult chaperoned ferry ride on the Guemes ferry and a short walk to an artist’s studio. Explore a variety of mediums in an inspiring, creative atmosphere. Class time is spent not only in the studio, but outdoors on the nearby beach. Classes are small and geared towards each individuals skill level. Each one week session is M-F, from 9:15 am to 2:30 pm.
Cost: $295 each week long session, which includes all art materials and round trip chaperoned ferry transportation. Session 1, 2 and 3 for ages 6-11, Session 4 for ages 8-16.
For more information or to register offline, call Sue Roberts at 360-770-6140.
Session 1: June 18-22 (FULL)
Session 2: June 25-29 (FULL)
Session 3: July 9-13 (FULL)
Session 4: July 23-27( Ages 8-16 )
Sessions are taught by Sue Roberts, Janice Veal and other guest artists. All sessions offer the same program, though each week some of our projects may vary slightly to accommodate returning students.
Sketch Book-Making, Decorative Papers and Collage
Students will create beautiful marbled paper and other exciting decorative papers and make a hand-made sketch book. Visit the nearby beach and collect shells, small driftwood, and other objects to add to your creations. Drawing will be emphasized throughout the week.
Painting With Watercolors and Acrylics
Students will learn how to work with paints and washes while simultaneously being encouraged to develop their imagination and story-telling skills. Part of class time will be spent outside on the beach, sketching and painting the landscape around us.
Functional Clay Projects
Learn to build functional mugs and bowls using basic hand-building techniques such as slab construction and plaster forms. Students will learn different finishing techniques using clay slips and bright colored glazes.
Clay Head Wall Tiles
Students will create whimsical clay head wall tiles using newspaper armatures, clay slabs and coils, rubber stamps and glazes.
Wood and Found Object Sculptures
Inspired by the work of artist Louise Nevelson, students will create unique 3D sculptures made out of cut wood shapes and found objects. The pieces will be glued on to a board and finished with a bright colors and patterns.