4th of July - Sea World

Posted by Page Phelps | | Posted On Saturday, July 18, 2015 at 12:24 PM

 
Pictures on my phone allude me, remembering to download them, and then figuring out how to download them.  Plus a lot of my phone pictures are not worthy of publishing.  They just do not turn out as well as my camera.  I am still learning the whole phone thing anyhow.  

These photos are of the fourth of July, we met up with our friends the Carley's and we had a good time.  

We met up at the Dolphin show then headed to the Penguins to cool off, the kids were excited to hang out at Sea World with their friends. 



We also went to the Shark Encounter and then we went to see the dolphins near Key West, with the Turtle Trek and Manatees. 






We rode Wild Arctic and then we went to the evening show with the Killer whales.  During the show they there were fireworks going off behind the show from another park.  And then at the end of the Shamu show there were some fireworks.  We initially went to see fireworks for the 4th, thinking the fireworks were going to go off at 10 p.m., but since when we got here we found out they were not til 10:50, we decided to leave after the 9 p.m. Shamu show.  Especially since we had to get back and get up early the next day.  The fireworks we saw were special enough and a good time was had by all. 




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Foosaner Art Camp

Posted by Page Phelps | | Posted On Sunday, July 12, 2015 at 6:14 PM

Last week these three went to art camp in the afternoons from 1-4 p.m.  They really enjoyed it and their work displays that. They each choose one piece of art to display in the art show at the end of the summer, so I am looking forward to seeing the piece they chose at their big reveal.  
The camp was called Pop Art from the works of Andy Warhol.  
The other artist they learned about was Jim Dine.  

Their week included prints, making prints, silk screen, and stamping.  There are several other works of art too including some collage work and shadowing. 

Maggie enjoyed the bubble wrap printing and the shaving cream mixed with water colors or food colors, she talked about this pretty much all week. 



 I really like the guy eating cake!


The above piece is melted crayon, with collage.  The piece below is of the Eau Gallie stage area downtown.  We saw Rise Worship there and so Eli drew the band and added some collage with the flags from a magazine. 

Hezekiah made a silk screen of a Jurassic World (dinosaur) on his t-shirt.  He did some shadowing with tools and he also created a tomato plant that is going to be in the art show.