Tres Bien Week 1 June Art Campers!
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Be sure to REGISTER here for Our LAST WEEK OF JUNE ART CAMP:- June 25th-29th AM or PM Camps (9:30-12:30am / 1:30-3:30pm)
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We had a BLAST learning about art history, contemporary artists & even NYC history for this week!
Daily painting, storytelling through collaging, creating art with found objects & other mixed media and even directing, producing AND animating a short stop-motion film, was all in our mix for the week! So PROUD.
We are so excited for our first week of June Summer Camp here at Claire’s Creative Adventures. It’s all about Material exploration this week with traditional and non-traditional art, a little history in Art and sharing our love for the city we call home.
Stay tuned for the unique work created by our Art Adventurers!
And JOIN US for our next Weekly Camps! Ages 3.5-11’s
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MERCI BEAUCOUP ART Adventurers for another great ART year!
Our ART took to new heights and soared this 2017-2018 school year with the grande finale of Chagall inspired Stained Glass Kite-making at Central Park & Jackson Pollock Pants!
See the rest of our ART ADVENTURES HERE (click for album)
We’re designing and flying Kites in Central Park for our final week of the Spring Semester at Art Adventures. Adventurers create stained glass style kites with magical creatures as inspired by the work of Marc Chagall! While our Studio class takes inspiration from nature painting mini landscapes of their surroundings on their kites. Excited to see ART soar through the sky this week and even more thrilled for another successful Art Adventure this year! Thank you for another great year and see you for Summer Camp this June and for our Fall Semester!
To ALL MOMS NEAR AND FAR, Hope your Sunday was a very special day for you! We celebrated Moms the only way we know how…through love and ART! Our Art Adventures explored nature & art through dot art/ Mandalas and planting their very own Terrariums!
Mandalas are a spiritual/ritual symbol found in multiple cultures and faiths (both past & present) representing the universe. In celebration of all Moms in this universe and in our own circle of life, we created Mandala art or dot art on glass that carried our little succulents and on the stones that fill them. Students then follow step by step instructions to plant and care for their succulents.
A special gift to Mom who is truly the center of our little universe. Thank you Moms for encouraging our creative minds!
CLICK HERE to see our Terrariums for all ages!
I’m so encouraged to be a part of the Artist-In-Residency @ the Plaxall Gallery, in order to be able to make paintings and pastels for the LIC Arts Open May 17-20th!YOU are cordially invited to the Opening Reception @ the FACTORY: THURSDAY, May 17th, 5-9pm: 30-30 47th Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101. The LIC Arts Open Booklet: https://issuu.com/licartsopen/docs/licao_2018_no_bleed_pages_9c1e95f63178a1A special thanks to Matthew Quigley, Edjo Wheeler, LIC-A staff and artists, Jonathan Lev, as well as Richard Mazda- ALL of whom are making it possible for artists to create and show their works in our wonderfully artistic rapidly growing neighborhood.And if you know me personally, you know how important having this space has been for me over the past 16 months post-fire.My complete gratitude for the Plaxall Gallery offering me a place of peace, love and creative support!
Our Art Adventures continued exploring the art of Africa. It was all about textile art, patterns, and symbolism in the indigo dyed- resist cloth banners we viewed at the Met AND made in the classroom! Check out our 5-7’s project results along with their exploration in African Animal Silhouettes.
Check Out our other classes “resist-dyed banners” HERE
It was an exciting and fun filled week of Museum Tours with Our Studio & Art Adventurers last week. Each class and age group explored a different wing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art learning about art from here and around the world through MAKING ART. Check out our Studio class tour as we walked through the newest exhibits:
Huma Bhabha: We come in Peace on the rooftop garden