Davidson Art Camp

Davidson Art Camp was created by two teachers, who after becoming new moms, gained a new outlook on education. Together we are optimists, go-getters and concerned citizens who share a desire to escape the boundaries of the classroom. As friends and as mothers, we hope for our own children's future, and strive to make the world a better place, one camp at a time. Our mission is to provide high quality, curriculum-based camps that are responsive to the needs of the children in our community. Through multi-faceted art projects, it is our goal to educate and intrinsically motivate children to nurture, appreciate and respect human diversity and their environment. As our camps evolve, our values stay the same: to teach and inspire children in ways that promote personal growth and address the needs of their community. What more can we say? We love what we do. - Jennifer & Kristin

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Play dress-up with crazy-cool accessories and over-the-top nails

Fashion Inspiration from Frida Kahlo

Kahlo was a Mexican painter, best known for her self-portraits and their intense, vibrant colors.
When she dressed each day, she paid close attention to both her jewelry and her nails - variously painting them purple, green, and even orange, depending on what best matched what she was wearing that day. She used to say "she dressed de chango, like a monkey, for fun, in a silly and playful way,"

She was as resplendent as a rainbow.

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