Farewell JUNE..HELLLLOO JULY SUMMER ART FUN with Matisse and Bubbles!

Welcome to July and Summertime! Happy 4th! As we all prepare for our BBQ’s, beach time & NYC roof top fun, we are also SO EXCITED about all the Art fun we’re planning for our Fall Season.

Matisse Cutout Inspired Bubble Painting

Want an outdoors art project the whole family can enjoy? Try our Matisse Cutout inspired bubble paintings! A popular project during our summer camps AND our Fall after-school program starting in September! Click HERE for more info on FALL REGISTRATION!

Multi-layered Transparency Bubble Sea Painting: Project Tailored for ALL AGES!

All you need:

different color construction paper

watercolor paper

scissors + gluestick + straws

small plastic containers (to mix your food coloring & bubble solution together!)

food coloring

and of course BUBBLES!

 

1- Mix your favorite color in your bubble solution. Make as many different colors as you like!

2-Using a straw for each color, dip your straw in your “bubble” paint and VERY gently blow through the straw from the other end onto your watercolor paper. (It will take a couple of tries!)

Bubble Painting Fun for both indoors and out!

3-Mix and match “bubble paint” colors!

4- Choose your favorite colors from construction paper and cut out organic shapes!

5-After your “bubble paint” drys, arrange & glue your organic shape “cutouts” onto your “bubble painting”

Summer Camp’s Matisse Cutout Inspired Bubble Sea Paintings!

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JUNE SUMMER CAMP 2018 Week 1 Highlights

Tres Bien Week 1 June Art Campers!

CHECK OUT OUR PROJECTS HERE(click to view)

Or ALL the Creative Camp fun HERE. (click to view)

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)

Enjoy Stop-Motion Animation Videos? LIKE US on FACEBOOK & Watch HERE!

Byzantine Geometric Mosaics in the Arabic Wing @ The Met!

We had a BLAST learning about art history, contemporary artists & even NYC history for this week!

Robert Rauschenberg inspired Combines!

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.

Mondrian Color Mixing City Grids and Color Wheels in French

New Friends with Turner Mood Paintings with Greys and Warm Color Underpaintings