Pictured here are Carlsbad Art Farm Session 5 Campers, all ready for their close-up, except Kandinsky the goat who insisted on facing the other way. It just goes to show that you can lead a goat to a photo shoot, but you can’t make her pose (click for larger view).
The little fellow on the far right is a miniature mule (his mother was a pony and his father was a small donkey). The animal with the long neck to the left of the mule is Mr. Weasely, one of our alpacas, and just right of center is Hilda, our German Shepherd and self-appointed guardian of all children.
Campers are learning lots of great new art techniques this week in acrylic, charcoal, and watercolor. They have made their nature journals, are working on artist’s trading cards, making soap, and generally having a grand old time being around animals in nature for a week.
If you haven’t visited our website at CarlsbadArtFarm.com then take a look now. For camp information and forms, click on the “Camp” tab. We have just four more weekly summer sessions before we wrap it up for the summer. There is limited available space remaining in all sessions. We hope to see you here soon!