From August 8 to August 11, the 8 CRS students took classes in watercolors, acrylics, and charcoals daily and produced beautiful, creative artworks. On the last day, their art was showcased at the 2017 CRS Art Gallery. Activities included practicing color-mixing with slime and acrylic paints, stampmaking with foam, and puffy paint. Take a look at some of last year's camp photos!
From August 6th to 10th of 2018, 11 CRS students created projects through the span of the five days. Examples of lessonwork include painting birds with acrylics, drawing sunset canyons with colored pastels, and layering watercolor mountains. Additionally, on one day, students drew still life renditions of a set-up of geometric objects with pencils and charcoals. Each student created a final project on a large canvas at the end in the medium of their choice, which was showcased at the gallery.