Being an artist


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Participants of the Kids Summer Art Day Camp, including Eli Moore, work on creating a project using extra pieces of art from another design during the third week of the camp Thursday at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center. Here, instructor Dawn Flory assists students, including Moore, to create a multi-media weaving project with 6-8 year olds. “The kids have had a great time. Carol is fun - she always has a theme ahead of time for the art camp,” Flory said.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Art instructor Carol Bellas looks over a watercolor and ink project with 9-12 year old participants of the Kids Summer Art Day Camp, including Catie Stapleton, on Thursday at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center. Family and friends were invited to a reception following the camp to showcase their work as it wrapped up for the week at the center.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Participants of the Kids Summer Art Day Camp, including Eli Moore, work on creating a project using extra pieces of art from another design during the third week of the camp Thursday at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center. Here, instructor Dawn Flory assists students, including Moore, to create a multi-media weaving project with 6-8 year olds. “The kids have had a great time. Carol is fun – she always has a theme ahead of time for the art camp,” Flory said.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Art instructor Carol Bellas looks over a watercolor and ink project with 9-12 year old participants of the Kids Summer Art Day Camp, including Catie Stapleton, on Thursday at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center. Family and friends were invited to a reception following the camp to showcase their work as it wrapped up for the week at the center.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Participants of the Kids Summer Art Day Camp, including Eli Moore, work on creating a project using extra pieces of art from another design during the third week of the camp Thursday at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center. Here, instructor Dawn Flory assists students, including Moore, to create a multi-media weaving project with 6-8 year olds. “The kids have had a great time. Carol is fun – she always has a theme ahead of time for the art camp,” Flory said.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_160728aw_art_camp_2124.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Participants of the Kids Summer Art Day Camp, including Eli Moore, work on creating a project using extra pieces of art from another design during the third week of the camp Thursday at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center. Here, instructor Dawn Flory assists students, including Moore, to create a multi-media weaving project with 6-8 year olds. “The kids have had a great time. Carol is fun – she always has a theme ahead of time for the art camp,” Flory said.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Art instructor Carol Bellas looks over a watercolor and ink project with 9-12 year old participants of the Kids Summer Art Day Camp, including Catie Stapleton, on Thursday at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center. Family and friends were invited to a reception following the camp to showcase their work as it wrapped up for the week at the center.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_160728aw_art_camp_2088.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Art instructor Carol Bellas looks over a watercolor and ink project with 9-12 year old participants of the Kids Summer Art Day Camp, including Catie Stapleton, on Thursday at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center. Family and friends were invited to a reception following the camp to showcase their work as it wrapped up for the week at the center.
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