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CYC-2201 or CYC-2202


Color Wheel Painting


Color Wheel Painting is designed to cover all the basics of painting and color.  Campers will discuss the color wheel and the interesting tones created by mixing paints.  This camp will explore the freedom of creativity through a fun painting process and lively discussions.  Campers will decide the most interesting ways to layout still life subjects so they are the most appealing to the eye.  Several types of brushes will be used and activities will show how each lay down paint quite differently.  Most importantly, campers will have a ton of fun and realize there are no mistakes in painting.


Camp Fee: $189
Course Number: CYC-2201

Entering Grades: 7th - 12th
Dates: June 23 - 26, 2014
Days: Monday - Thursday
Times: 8:30am - 4:30pm

Entering Grades: 7th - 12th
Dates: August 4 - 7, 2014
Days: Monday - Thursday
Times: 8:30am - 4:30pm


Instructor Spotlight

Nancy Farley is a local Paraprofessional and artist. Her studio, Nanglow Fine Art, is where she not only paints, but also teaches classes and maintains her website. She has had work displayed at Enchante’ Gallery in West Branch, Barnes & Noble in Grand Rapids, Encore in Frankenmuth, and Brewtopia Coffee House in Bay City.  Nancy has been a featured artist painting on location at Brewtopia Coffee House.  She is also active in The Arts in the Park festival each year in Freeland.  Her goal is to show the students the freedom of painting while realizing there are no mistakes in painting and hopes every student is able to see more clearly through their own artist’s eye. Nancy measures her success by watching her students as they each talk about their masterpieces, with a smile on their face because they are proud of their creation!

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