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Foundations of Drawing and Painting

Mike Howat
July 9th - July 13th July 16th - 20th
9:00am to 3:00pm
Recommended for ages 15 and older
Members $510
Non-Members $550

This two-week class is a great portfolio-builder class that introduces the foundations of both drawing and painting, and is designed for the beginner as well as for the already accomplished artist.  The first week will focus on the fundamentals of drawing through a series of projects about line, value, texture, and composition, and learning how to truly “see,” and will culminate with the creation of a large photorealistic grid self-portrait in graphite.  The second week will take those principles of drawing into painting in oils, with an introduction to color theory and color mixing through the creation of an abstract work, and finishing with a final painting from direct observation, with a choice of portraiture, still-life, or plein-air landscape as subject.  Materials Provided.

Making it Our Own! Mythology, printmaking and bookmaking.

Mary Mead
July 23rd - 27th
9am – 3pm
Members $275
Non Members $295

This week, campers will take liberties with a mythological character, or characters and create uniquely inspired stories.   Campers will work in the print studio carving and producing linoleum cut prints  which they’ll assemble into a one of a kind book using a variety of bookmaking techniques.

Outside the box – Alternative Art

Mary Mead
July 30th – August 3rd
9am – 3pm
Members $275
Non Members $295
This week campers will create unique art works in both one and two dimensions using a variety of unorthodox  (crazy and unique) approaches to applying color and texture to surfaces using both natural and traditional pigments.  Campers will work with unique papers they themselves have made using our papermaking press.

Teen Clay - Is full!

Sara Petipas
August 6th - August 10th
9am - 3pm
Member $275
Non Members $295
Materials provided
From mock ups to masterpieces your teen will be fully immersed in a ceramic studio experience. Using traditional hand building methods, the potter's wheel and a variety of glazing and surface treatments students will turn stoneware, Celluclay and polymer into functional and decorative pieces suitable to add depth to their college portfolio or to simply use at home. This week is open to teen with all levels of experience. To ensure that students get the most out of Clay Week, students or parents must return to Kimball Jenkins at a later date to pick up glazed work.

Harry Potter!

Sam Kirschner
August 13th - August 17th
9am -3pm
Members $275
Non Members $295
For one week Kimball Jenkins will be transformed into Hogwarts! Come to the camp of secret witches and wizards!  Bring your wand, broom, owls, and imagination for a magically creative week!   We’ll play quidditch, and let the magic flow through our wands (and paintbrushes)!   Let’s create our own world of Harry Potter, and bring it all to life through artwork using acrylic, watercolor, ink, and other mediums! To finish it all off, there will be a professional photoshoot showcasing a costume made by the students!



Tuition Refund and Rescheduling Policies 
Full tuition must accompany your application for registration (with the exception of students applying for tuition assistance.) A $20 non-refundable registration fee will be charged to students being refunded for classes, camps and workshops.  A full refund will be granted to students whose class/workshop is canceled due to insufficient enrollment.