Lord of the Light Art Studio & Gallery 2013 Summer Art Camp

Lord of the Light Art Studio & GalleryLord of the Light Art Studio & Gallery in Almaden Valley is holding its 2013 Summer Art Camp for kids in 1st – 12th grade. The studio has a unique camp curriculum that is designed to bring out and develop a child’s imagination and creativity, while teaching them the fundamentals of fine art.

The Summer Art Camp is a one-week, fun-filled learning experience that includes color theory, animation, and much more! Students will learn pencil drawing skills and how to use medias such as oil pastel, soft pastel, and watercolor. Your child will experience new freedom and a new love for art.

You have three Summer Art Camp sessions to choose from:

Session 1: Animal Drawing, Flower & Animation
Dates: June 24-28, 2013, 1:15-2:45pm

Session 2: Animal, 3D Drawing & Animation
Dates: July 15-19, 2013, 1:15-2:45pm

Session 3: Horse Drawing, Abstract Art & Animation
Dates: July 29 – August 2, 2013, 1:15-2:45pm

The 2013 Summer Art Camp tuition is $150 per student, per session. Sessions fill-up on a first come first basis, so register now! See the flier for more information and Registration Form.

You can also register your child at the Lord of the Light Art Studio & Gallery located in the Old Almaden Plaza next to Sonoma Chicken Coop in Almaden Valley or call the studio at 408-997-3112.

Weekly Program

Lord of the Light Art Studio & Gallery also offers a Weekly Program that consists of a unique curriculum called Basic 1 through 14. The curriculum focuses on themes, media, color theory, and art history that helps students to visually understand and experience the techniques and basics of fine art.

This step-by-step curriculum is designed to improve the student’s artistic skills from 1st grade up through 12th grade, giving them the self confidence and the inspiration to further broaden their education in fine art.

Please call Lord of the Light Art Studio & Gallery to request a tour of its lovely studio and gallery and to learn more about its programs.