Art in Three Dimensions
with Ellen Sprouls
June 18-21, 10am-12:30pm
$135, ages 6-10
Experience art in three dimensions. Join us as we explore the light, colors, and environment of Ox-Bow. Under the influence of the impressionists and the cubists, we will translate our experiences into works of art using a combination of objects found in the natural environment, recycled stuff, paper, paint, clay and anything our imaginations need to build three-dimensional works of art.
Ellen Sprouls is an independent arts and science educator, and is the Coordinator of the Early Childhood STEM Program for the Lower Shore Child Care Resource Center at Salisbury University. Previously, Ellen was the Executive Director at the Delmarva Discovery and the Curator of Education in Galleries and Collections at Grand Valley State University. She has exhibited work at the International Center at the Smithsonian Institution, the Kresge Museum of Art at Michigan State University, and the Michigan Women’s History Museum. She has enjoyed exploring art with children for many years at the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Impression 5 Science Center, the Muskegon Museum of Art, and the Saugatuck Center for the Arts.