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In a Nutshell

Kids can expand their curiosity and joy by spending the day partaking in arts and crafts such as painting

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Aug 8, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Registration required. Subject to availability. Must redeem first session by 2015-08-03. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. visits not transferable between kids. Can upgrade to full week of camp when you reserve or at time of redemption. Day camp is 4 hours from 10AM-2PM and you may add pre-care and/or post care to any camp. Camp is available for children 4 years to 10 years. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Three Options

  • $65 for two days of summer camp for one child ($120 value)
  • $129 for two days of summer camp for two children ($240 value)
  • $192 for two days of summer camp for three children ($360 value)
  • Choose two days between May 26 and August 7.
  • 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

Watercolors: From Grade School to Great Art

One medium art students learn to use is watercolor paint. Learn why it’s both fun and deceptively difficult with Groupon’s introduction.

A watercolor painting begins with a brush, heavy paper that won’t warp beneath the weight of water, and watercolor paints—each a mixture of pigment, arabic gum, and texture-enhancing additives such as glycerin or even honey, squeezed from a tube or picked up by moistening a dry cake. From there, the artist can choose from a palette of techniques suggested by the medium’s flexibility and unpredictability. With a large brush and an angled work surface, anybody can create a full, even wash of color. Applying a damp brush to dry paper offers control over the crispness of the line, whereas a wet-on-wet technique produces large areas of color that blossom across the page. Masking fluid can block off areas of pristine white—a necessity when working with truly transparent watercolors, which do not come in white—and a sprinkling of salt creates a snowflake effect.

Abstract expressionist Willem de Kooning reportedly said that watercolors were “the first and the last thing an artist does.” Children are often given a box as their first step up from crayons, but the very mutability that makes it an attractive medium to parents also makes it difficult to master. Once applied, the paint can always be re-wetted and manipulated, meaning that the small accidents of working with liquid can be reshaped. At the same time, the paint’s transparency means that nothing can ever be truly covered up. These factors make watercolor painting an inherently improvisational technique, but with practice comes the ability to better guide the pigmented pools.

Customer Reviews

Great place for children to express their creative talent & enjoy the art of play. My granddaughter loved being here today & looks forward to more times.
Polley L. · July 1, 2015
Great place to bring your little ones for some fun time. We loved it and definitely will be coming back
Katia S. · February 6, 2016
Owner is very nice and accommodating. My daughter had a great time.
Amita · July 21, 2015

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