Monday, July 19, 2010

Art Camp II - More Cool Creative Kids


O.K. I had to add some more "Wizard of Art" Summer Workshops photos! Aren't they adorable? Seriously?


Owen Artist, age 6


Bay Artist, age 5

Mirelle Artist, age 7


Zoey Artist, sculptor of flowers, age 6




Molly Artist age 13




Anna Artist, printmaker and lover of Picasso age 13




Francesca Artist, sculptor, humorist, age 9


Left to right ... Me, Paul (the wizard himself) Mekenzie and Donna (who runs the place and 2nd mama to us all!)


Yep that's me. Glasses, paint on my pants ... I am glad I am smiling! Mekenzie is definitely taller than the rest of us and always in a groovy skirt covered in paint ... Yep, got her too!


"There are no seven wonders of the world

in the eyes of a child.

There are seven million."

~Walt Streightiff

More art camp to come, ... after more Italy! I still haven't made it to the Amalfi Coast!

13 comments:

PK Studios said...

Okay, now I get it! Your student created a "you"...so funny! Love it as your FB Profile pic!!! : ) The kids are so cute and inspiring. Can't wait until Ben can take a class!

PK Studios said...

And I love the quote...

Cobalt Violet said...

Fun right? Perfect profile pic! I know, can't wait for Ben to come!

KathyA said...

Amazing and darling!!

Kerry O'Gorman said...

One word today....FANTASTIC!!

Loree said...

So much talent. I am always amazed by people who can create things - I am quite lacking in the creative department.

ArtSparker said...

Wonderful work in both posts.

A Brush with Color said...

OMG, these kids are fabulous! The photos of them are amazing, and their art is spectacular. They are definitely artists in the making. What a wonderful post. Does my heart good.

Theresa said...

These are awesome!!!

Come see what Gary and I (and our team) made :)

JM said...

Both this and the previous post are just lovely! The artists look so cute and are so talented!

jane minter said...

your art camp looks really wonderful printmaking clay paint ..super photos ..must be alot of fun both for them and you

ruthie said...

I have so enjoyed these last two posts. How inspiring it is to work with children, their creativity is so unfettered! it is something i hope to do again in the future. Love the photos & your portrait figure, sweet! Hope all is well with you x x

Turid said...

I love this completely! Brilliant!
I'd like to share this great TED clip with you, in this spirit, as I am sure you would appreciate it:

http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity.html