56 young budding artists ranging in age from 6 to 14 spent one of three weeks at the Farm creating great works of art. Among their creations this year, the youngsters painted a zen flower, sculpted a funky chicken, made 'earth' necklaces out of Fimo Clay and created a tribute to Mother Earth.
The camps were held the first three weeks in June in the pavilion at the Farm. While the open-air pavilion provided the perfect setting for Earth Camp, the weather is always a factor. But the weather cooperated and the kids enjoyed some pretty cool mornings and even got to play in the rain.
Next year's camp dates have not been set. The construction of Zenobia's House, a 900 sq foot air conditioned studio will allow us to spread out weeks out.
Check our website for future dates and times.