Is there a young artist in your life? This is the camp for them! I am so, so excited to be offering a Kids Art Camp this summer, and to share a class that provides a fun, safe, encouraging place to learn more about art, make new friends, and to create amazing projects!
June 24-28, 1-3 daily. Class will begin and end promptly. Best for ages 7-13.
Some of the projects we'll be making: abstract watercolor paintings, postcards for penpals, bookmarks, galaxy paintings, watercolor animals, colorful buntings, salt-dough painting and sculptures, dinosaurs, and more!
This is the perfect opportunity for your son or daughter (or niece or nephew, or granddaughter or grandson!) to experiment with watercolors with the input of a professional artist, and to hear more about what it takes to become proficient at any creative pursuit.
Plus, there will also be cookies.
All supplies and materials are included as well as light refreshments, and if you sign up two or more kids you can apply the code FRIENDS at checkout for 10% off.
A FEW MORE DETAILS:
I have lots of experience teaching kids, and it’s always an upbeat, energetic class when kids are involved. Parents or caretakers, please walk your child in for the first class to leave a phone number and contact information.
This class offers a fun, safe, and encouraging place to learn more about watercolor painting. Best for ages 7-13, both boys and girls are welcome!
I’m looking forward to a fun week! As always, if you have any questions or comments, feel free to drop me a line at email@example.com or call/text (518) 965-3751.
WHEN AND WHERE:
Monday, June 24 - Friday, June 28 from 1-3 pm daily
6881 Pecan St. Frisco, Texas 75034
Tickets are non-refundable, but may be transferred. Any questions or concerns, email Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org or text her at (518) 965-3751.
Here’s a recent testimonial from first-time watercolor painter Sheryl: “I had such an amazing experience! Alexandria Gilbert is a fantastic teacher, and her paintings are so beautiful – you really have to see them. Words can’t do them justice…She matted every students’ piece for us. I left with so much confidence and excitement. Couldn’t have been better.”