There’s still room in my creativity summer art camps for ages 7-12 at Ciel Gallery. Sign up today by clicking on: Ciel Gallery.
Camp 1 – July 15-18 – 9:00 am 12:00pm (Tuesday Friday)
Camp 2 – July 22-25 – 9:00 am 12:00pm (Tuesday Friday)
In Marvelous Mixed Media, a four-day camp of creative exploration, we will draw, paint, write, monoprint, cartoon, and more to create a one-of-a-kind book. Tell a story with pictures. Paint a picture with words. Each day we will incorporate different themes, prompts, and techniques into our journals. Each camp will be a new and unique experience, so join us for one or both camps. Fun guaranteed. No artistic experience necessary. Big imaginations welcome.
Cost: $160 per week. Includes most materials except for your journal and photocopies of pictures. More information will follow upon registration. If you pre-register for both sessions of camp the total cost will be $300. Enrollment is limited to 12 students, please register early.
Instructor: Lisa Otter Rose . For more information or to register, please contact Lisa. Lisa Otter Rose is a children’s author and visual journalist. Some of her most influential teachers are cartoonist & writer, Lynda Barry, poet & writer, Maureen Ryan Griffin, and Ciel Gallery’s own resident artist, Caroline Coolidge Brown.
Assistant Camp Counselor: Libby Rose is a rising high school senior. She plays volleyball, basketball, and just started keeping chickens with her mom. She plans on becoming a second grade teacher.
NOTE: Payment must be made in advance by check, credit card, or through PayPal. Checks should be made out to Lisa Otter Rose and mailed to Ciel Gallery, 128 E. Park Avenue, Charlotte. NC 28203.
Publishing Party for You’ve Got Verve, Jamie Ireland!
at Ciel Gallery, Charlotte, NC
Left to right: Poster of book, Lisa Otter Rose with the Auchmuty children, Neil Auchmuty speaking about dyslexia, Lisa reading from You’ve Got Verve, Jamie Ireland!, Philip H. Mancuso playing Souls Like the Wheels by the Avett Brothers, Books for sale
Photo Credits – Penny Auchmuty
I’ve had so many blogs through the years, it’s hard to even keep track, but I believe this is my eighth blog. I started blogging way back in 2005. I’ve blogged every year since with the exception of last year. Last year I was focused on getting my novel ready to publish. With that now under my belt, I’ve decided it’s time to start a new blog. So welcome, it’s a bit sparse in here now, but I plan on sprucing the place up a bit.
Here’s to new beginnings and fresh starts. And new blogs.