CHILDREN'S ART STUDIO
Art Wanderers is a mixed-medium art studio for children to wander and explore through the various ways of art making. Nestled in the Northern California foothills in the historic goldrush town of Coloma, our studio focuses on the art process. This encourages children's self awareness, the development of problem solving skills and helps strengthen imagination and intuitive creativity. We provide a fun approachable space for children to feel nurtured and inspired to create. Our classes offer a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture, clay, beading, drawing, weaving and much more.
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What We Offer
We offer two hour home school classes in six week sessions. The students will explore a variety of mediums such as painting, clay, collage, fiber art & much more. With the focus being on expression and the art process the students gain confidence and learn to explore their innate creativity. We accept vouchers from Horizon, Visions, Inspire & American River Charter
Mondays February 24th-March 30th
AGES 8 and up
This camp is filled with all the wonder a summer camp should have. There will be art, yoga, music, singing, nature walks and last but not least new friendships.
June 15th-18th 9-2pm (this camp is full)
August 3rd-6th 9-2pm
ages 5 and up
(5% sibling discount)
This class is a combination of process art & kid's yoga
all in a safe, nurturing environment
Fridays April 24th-May 29th 10-11:30
This hour an half class is a perfect way for your child
to unwind after a long day of school.
Tuesdays April 20th-May 25th 2:30-4pm
Carrie Gamble has been teaching children for over 15 years. She has her bachelors in Fine Art with a minor in Psychology. She holds a multiple subject and fine art teaching credential. She taught 4-6th grade in inner city schools where she brought the arts to her classroom everyday. Recently she has taught art at local private schools for children ages 4-12.. While teaching she was on the Visual and Performing Arts committee helping to implement the arts in public education. It's been her experience that children develop creatively when given the opportunity to create in an open ended environment, allowing them to discover their free expression.