Zionsville Spring Art Camps 2018 -
REGISTER NOW SEATING IS LIMITED!
Paint and Sculpt Spring Break Camps
$40 per camp, ages 5&up
Spring has sprung! Join us as we spend spring break celebrating the
season with 4 days of fun filled art camps. Each day you will use your
imagination to discover techniques with mixed media, acrylic paint, oil
pastels, colored pencils and creating three-dimensional art. Some of our
projects will include distressed frames, painting on wood, using wire,
clay and creating a painted canvas pillow for your room. Learn to work
with clay by hand-building, sculpting and painting your pieces!
Registration is required online and spots are limited.Credit
card payments are accepted online. Please click on the
link below to complete this form.
Checks and cash accepted at the
studio. For questions, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or call: 317-490-6625.
to 10 days prior to the camp, a full refund (less a $20 retainer
fee) will be given. After the art camp begins, there will be no refunds
unless the camp is cancelled by the Studio.
Things Spring Camp
Draw and paint “the bike
ride” and “friends through sunshine and rain”on 8x10 canvas boards.
Frame your art with matching unfinished wooden frames. Learn simple
distressing techniques with latex paint and tools to display your
Monday, April 2, 9:00-12:00
Tweet Tweet Tweet Camp
Learn to sculpt from
clay these humorous, whimsical long legged birds perched on wooden
stands. Use unique materials such as wood dowels, blocks, ribbon and
charms to personalize your pieces.
Tuesday, April 3, 9:00-12:00
Hello Spring Camp
Use textile paint to draw and
paint a colorful bird chirping “Hello Spring” on a canvas pillow to
brighten up your room. Create a mixed media piece on wood using
paint, wire, paper pennants, markers and more.
Wednesday, April 4, 9:00-12:00
Sculpt your own
colorful whimsical village from clay, complete with a funky rose on
wire as your chimney. Paint your pieces with acrylic paint and add 3
dimensional details. Create your own dream town!Thursday, April