When: July 26-30, 1-4pm
Have you ever thought of a house as a portrait? How about the portrait of an everyday house plant? Young artists will step deeply into their imagination as they get to know the intimacy of objects, the beauty of a historic Auburn home, and the majestic patterns of the bark and branches of the Cayuga Museum’s famous gingko tree, which grows next door to the Schweinfurth. Warming up with drawing from life in pencil, pen and charcoal and moving into a variety of pastel and paint mediums like watercolor, acrylic, gouache and water based oils, students will create drawn, painted and mixed media collage portraits of the everyday, making it extraordinary.
Art Camps will be held in person in our spacious studio spaces. Students will be required to wear face masks and maintain social distance.
Cost: Members $115 / Non-Members $130
About the teacher:
Since 2001, Warner Varno has taught drawing, painting and mixed media classes to all ages of students from ECE-adults. She developed her own program, Time for Art, in 2006 and since then has been offering both fine art after school enrichment programs and summer art camps at the Denver Botanic Gardens and the Denver Art Museum. She has maintained her own studio in South Central Denver since 2002 and teaches Portfolio Preparation for students applying to art school. A native of Central New York, Warner has now relocated back to the area.