Annual Summer Art Camp will be open July 6th. However, we are not accepting Walk -In’s as in previous years – you MUST pre-register in order to attend Camp. Camp will be conducted Monday – Friday 1:30p.m. – 4p.m. Spaces are LIMITED to 9.per session. Cost $40 per child per session which includes all supplies Payment via VENMO or SQUARE.
Masks/face covering must be worn while at camp.
We are also offering “Virtual Daily Summer Art Camp”
Beginning Monday June 22nd we will offer Art Camp via ZOOM. Two session daily 10:00a.m. – 11:30a.m. & 2:00p.m – 3:30p.m. This is subject to change as we go forward. Cost: $20 per session per day. Payment via VENMO, SQUARE or ZELLA. Once payment has been received we will send you the link to the session. The topics for each session will be published on our website and FaceBook. You are responsible for providing the supplies for each session – these can be purchased from Mika at “A Paper Hat” on Baker Street in Maplewood Village. Pickup or Delivery are provided. If you don’t live near Maplewood you can get from any Art/Craft store in your area. A list of supplies will be provide for each session. The basic supply list is below.
Pencil HB or B2 Sharpener & Eraser Black Sharpie Watercolors Colored Pencils – PrisamaColor if possible. Oil Pastels (not crayons) Acrylic Paints for over 8years of age White Red Yellow Blue Paynes Gray Burnt Umber Raw Sienna Unbleached Titanium Paint Brushes Paper Towel Container for your water Disposal Pallet or anything plastic – plates, lids of TakeWay food
Contact Geralyn to register – email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text me at 862-205-9744
I had never taken part in a Plain Air Painting Contest. This was my first year to try it out and what an experience!
Of course I have painted outside before but nothing like this. Five Days of painting out in the wonderful area around Chester County PA and Winterthur DE with a wonderful group of people. I’m hooked!
I was part of the Plein Air Brandywine Valley group and we went out each day photographing and painting. Each day a different location and a new painting.. You painted and framed your pieces and handed them in each day. Photographers were allowed extra time to have their photos printed up.
Tuesday evening 6:30 -9:30 was the Nocturnal event in West Chester – wonderful art produced here. I tried it but it was not for me. I just wasn’t prepared logistically, lights, colors etc but I will be ready for next year.
Wednesday early evening 4p – 6p was the Quick Draw event – two hours to complete and frame a piece. I loved this, I seem to do better art when I don’t have time to think about it. A little different with people walking around looking at your work as you paint, once you block them out you get into the zone. The Quick Draw was held at The Marshallton Inn & The Four Dogs Tavern afterwards the work was on view for the public to purchase .
At the end of the week all the art created during the week was hung by the volunteers at The Children’s Beach House at Winterthur (a DuPont Estate in Delaware) Friday evening was an open reception for the work Oils, Watercolor & Photography The show was on view to the public on Sat and Sun.
I had a fantastic week…nerve wrecking at first but then I got into the flow. The other artists were wonderful and so so helpful. I made some new friends and I hope I get to paint with them again Plain Air.
I cannot say enough about the organizers of this event. Patrick McCoy is the Chairperson and with his team of volunteers from “The Children’s Beach House” in Wilmington they put together a wonderful organized week of painting and events. Everything ran smoothly, I was very impressed with everything. I came away form this week with new experiences, new ideas and a new found love – Plain Air .
Geralyn’s Art Studio is a fun, creative place which each student gets individual attention. While we like to let each student work on their own projects at their own pace we do ‘assist’ them – pointing them in the right direction and teaching art techniques that will live with them forever.
Our teachers have as much fun teaching as our students have creating. It gives us much job to see what happens during the creative process.
Sunday September 22nd the streets of Maplewood Village will be alight with colorful art, fine jewelry, pottery and photography. We will have music, entertainment for the children and lots of art for you to pursue.
This is the 8th year of this wonderful event and I hope you can join us between 11a.m and 5p.m.