Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Charlie's Artists

It's Art Camp Week at the old Dallas Academy, and campers get to create
 3-D works under the direction of famous folk artist Charlie Lucas.
 Using a variety of  trash and trinkets that vary from sections of garden hose, 
old wooden forks, beads, keys and wire, these young artists got out
 the glue guns and went to work. Campers rotated among art stations 
and also made jump ropes, painted ceramics, decorated old cigar boxes
 and had pictures made in costumes on Monday.  

2 comments:

ladyfi said...

Looks like fun!

Gemma Wiseman said...

An amazing experience! I know it's for youth, but I wouldn't mind the experience either! Art from recyclables is a great idea!