Outdoor Art Camp. Pinch pot tops, with slabbed bottom structure. Bottom part of the mushroom houses were leatherhard so that the students could carve and detail without it collapsing.
workshops even through the summer! For Teens and adults. The work that is created in these mini sessions are fun yet produce work that is very professional and will inspire you to keep creating. Taught by working, professional artists. Wheel throwing, Book making, Screen printing for t-shirts, and Zine making.
8 card class passes are good for an entire year. She has never taken a drawing class before and was inspired to add an additional element to her journal entries. She is a writer and published author and has loved seeing her progress (as have I). Love the expression of her fabulous dog (pencil on paper). Learning how to train the eye is taught even with our littlest students. Each new session working on something that intrigues our eyes and stimulates our mind.
Sewing! Who wouldn't want to add this to their basket of talents. Sewing classes are year around, with the special addition during the summer of Fashion Design Camp. Two different sessions available. In class and in camp students learn to machine sew, design patterns, work on personal projects, and above all gain confidence to create! For ages 7 and up.
After School Enrichment art classes have finished for the 2012-2013 school year. We will be back at it again in August, coming to over 12 different schools. So honored that Studio 4 Art is found as an educational and professional organization that can bring quality art sessions into schools.
Pictured here is a student who has painted his background and after mixing the skin tone, is painting the shape of the head....all with his fingers. This class is offered for students, grades 1-5, and I find it important to go back and remember what it feels like to play. They were later painted with brushes when we were doing more intricate work on the portraits themselves. They had a blast.
Printmaking classes offer this as one of the techniques learned. We also have workshops!
This will be a part of the Mixed Media Camp. I think we may print them on t-shirt to show them off.
summer camp. These young artists were looking at trees to sketch to become inspiration for our later project in clay. They were looking for the width of trunks, how many branches they saw, the outer shape of the tree (contour line), how to create so many leaves in one drawing and the texture they saw on the trunks. Observational drawing at its finest.