When: July 26-30, 9am-12pm
Young artists will travel virtually to the Galapagos to draw, paint and sculpt plants and animals seen nowhere else in the world. Dive into the ocean and surf among the sea turtles. Hike the volcanoes of Hawaii and the cliffs of New Zealand, then head to Vancouver Island to go whale watching and learn about the cultures of the Pacific Northwest. Join artist Warner Varno in using chalk and oil pastels, watercolor, collage and clay to create original artwork inspired by the island life and lifestyle.
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.