And now... for the LAST FRIDAY Flash Camp of 2019!

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2019 Double-Day, FiveDay Fine Art Camps all a huge success! Click here for student galleries! 

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Past Camp: FANTASY FINE ART CAMPS

2018 Student Gallery (Ages 7-14)

Marvelous Mythology & Art History Wizardry

Past Camp: FANTASY FINE ART CAMPS

2017 Student Gallery (Ages 8-14)

Technology | Cyber-Myth | Art History-Myth

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Alexa's Cartouche
Artists created their cartouche using clay and carving heiroglyphs that matched their name's letters into the slab
Gianna's Cartouche
Artists created their cartouche using clay and carving heiroglyphs that matched their name's letters into the slab
Alexa's Year of the Dog
Artists first studied the Chinese Horoscope Animals along with their matching element when they chose their colours.
Watercolour and mixed media
Gianna's Year of the Rat
Artists first studied the Chinese Horoscope Animals along with their matching element when they chose their colours.
Watercolour and Mixed media
Gianna's Calligraphy Spells
Artists used traditional dip pens to write out spells inspired by J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter franchise
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Technology Art Camp Exhibit
Poster for Tech Camp: blending popular science fiction tv, movies, comics and books into an art camp for geek-inspired kids!
Rylie's Name Illusion
Using one point perspective, art students first wrote out their name in block letters. And chose a vanishing point for their illusion.
Dip Pens and Prismacolour Brush Markers
Lauren Name Illusion
Using one point perspective, art students first wrote out their name in block letters. And chose a vanishing point for their illusion.
Dip Pens and Prismacolour Brush Markers
George's Name Illusion
Using one point perspective, art students first wrote out their name in block letters. And chose a vanishing point for their illusion.
Dip Pens and Prismacolour Brush Markers
Gianna's Name Illusion
Using one point perspective, art students first wrote out their name in block letters. And chose a vanishing point for their illusion.
Dip Pens and Prismacolour Brush Markers
Alexa's Name Illusion
Using one point perspective, art students first wrote out their name in block letters. And chose a vanishing point for their illusion.
Dip Pens and Prismacolour Brush Markers
Lauren's Infinity Stone
Using a magic and top secret science experiment, art students then chose beads and wire to wrap their 'infinity stones'.
They then chose chains or leather and attached the findings to make their necklaces wearable.
Rylie's Infinity Stone
Using a magic and top secret science experiment, art students then chose beads and wire to wrap their 'infinity stones'.
They then chose chains or leather and attached the findings to make their necklaces wearable.
Gianna's Infiniity Stone
Using a magic and top secret science experiment, art students then chose beads and wire to wrap their 'infinity stones'.
They then chose chains or leather and attached the findings to make their necklaces wearable.
George's Infinity Stone
Using a magic and top secret science experiment, art students then chose beads and wire to wrap their 'infinity stones'.
They then chose chains or leather and attached the findings to make their necklaces wearable.
Alexa's Infinity Stone
Using a magic and top secret science experiment, art students then chose beads and wire to wrap their 'infinity stones'.
They then chose chains or leather and attached the findings to make their necklaces wearable.
Doc Brown Portrait
Choosing heroes from the tech/sci-fi theme, students drew their character onto paper.
Other materials used:
Watercolour Burst powder, charcoal, liquid frisket and some other materials.
Han Solo Portrait
Choosing heroes from the tech/sci-fi theme, students drew their character onto paper.
Other materials used:
Watercolour Burst powder, charcoal, liquid frisket and some other materials.
Princess Leia Portrait
Choosing heroes from the tech/sci-fi theme, students drew their character onto paper.
Other materials used:
Watercolour Burst powder, charcoal, liquid frisket and some other materials.
Capt.America Portrait
Choosing heroes from the tech/sci-fi theme, students drew their character onto paper.
Other materials used:
Watercolour Burst powder, charcoal, liquid frisket and some other materials.
Star Lord Portrait
Choosing heroes from the tech/sci-fi theme, students drew their character onto paper.
Other materials used:
Watercolour Burst powder, charcoal, liquid frisket and some other materials.
USS Starship Enterprise
Using a slab technique, students built their chosen spaceships or time machines. Hollowing out sections for adding lights was the real tricky part!
The Delorean
Using a slab technique, students built their chosen spaceships or time machines. Hollowing out sections for adding lights was the real tricky part!
The BatWing
Using a slab technique, students built their chosen spaceships or time machines. Hollowing out sections for adding lights was the real tricky part!
Millenium Falcon
Using a slab technique, students built their chosen spaceships or time machines. Hollowing out sections for adding lights was the real tricky part!
Justice League's Javelin
Using a slab technique, students built their chosen spaceships or time machines. Hollowing out sections for adding lights was the real tricky part!
Rylie's Comic
Given illustration boards, with only 5 frames, students first thought of a story to tell using mainly images and colour.
Markers and pencil colour
Lauren's Comic
Given illustration boards, with only 5 frames, students first thought of a story to tell using mainly images and colour.
Markers and pencil colour
Gianna's Comic
Given illustration boards, with only 5 frames, students first thought of a story to tell using mainly images and colour.
Markers and pencil colour
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CYBER_MythCAMP
Wire Sculpture Trophy-Jack age 9
Wire Sculpture & Printmaking
Wire Sculpture Trophy-Sarah age 12
Wire Sculpture & Printmaking
Printmaking-Sarah
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TEENS  Cyber-Myth Flyer3 DAYS
Poster advertising the bringing together of creative teens age 12-14 to create fabulous works of art using science fiction and mythology as their inspiration.
TEEN Sculptures
These clay sculptures were created to be hollow to eventually add lights inside them.
Dragon: Emily
Phoenix: Sarah
Shedu: Alyssa
July TEENS Celtic Calligraphy
These teens learned how to use a traditional calligraphy nib pen, the celtic style of writing but were also treated to their Celtic Lunar Astrology Animals and associated trees and titles...
India ink and Prismacolour Markers on Stipple Paper
First Nations Goddess: Nematona
Painted in the style of pop art, this 12 year old Sarah, painter chose her background to 'pop' the portrait out visually.
Acrylic paint on canvas
British Nature Goddess Cordelia
Painted in the style of pop art, this 13 year old painter Emily, chose her background to emulate both her favourite colour of mint green but also to depict the Goddess' nature theme.
Acrylic paint on canvas
Greek Goddess Athena
Painted in the style of pop art, this 13 year old painter Alyssa chose her background based on Athena's calm and cool demeanor.
Acrylic paint on canvas
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