Artist Harvest update – August 2015

art class camp and workshops for kids njIn May we were part of Livingston Family Fun Day, a fantastic town wide event. Our Artist Harvest large-scale installation project was part of the Food Day area, encouraging the appreciation of healthy fruits and vegetables – and art.   Thanks to Stacey Rubinstein, Alan Karpas and the Livingston DPW for making everything happen and run so smoothly.the messy artist artist harvest

the artist harvest sculptures new jersey art classes for kidsThe DPW helped us get our giant fruit and vegetable sculptures to the event in the Livingston Oval, and treated our cargo preciously!

fine art class camp amd parties new jersey large fruit and vegetable sculptures the artist harvestOver 100 children stopped by our booth that day to help us paint our giant pepper, “Peppered Pollock,” inspired by Jackson Pollock’s Number 8 painting. Splattering many colors of paint on the pepper on a perfect spring day brought smiles to everyone who did it. We were overjoyed at how receptive the town and families were to our project.

livingston at 200Livingston is continuing to show the love for the Artist Harvest: we’ve recently received confirmation that the sculptures will be on long-term public exhibition in front of three Livingston Town Buildings. Starting in September, Livingston Town Hall, Livingston Library, and Livingston Community Center will be the display locations.

sculpture of fruits and vegetablesMeanwhile – when we are not holding camp or class sessions this summer – we are finishing up work on the remaining 3 sculptures: the Pear-casso (inspired by Pablo Picasso), Georgia OʼPeach (inspired by Georgia OʼKeeffe) and Vincent Van Gogh Bananas (inspired by Vincent Van Gogh). Vincent Van Gogh Bananas is almost finished, and the peach and pear are up next. Stay tuned for more updates and information on the exhibition!nj best kids art class nj kids art class art classes for children new jersey

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Author: hellokidsart

The Messy Artist is a special place to create art. We offer year-round art classes for children 18 months through adulthood. In addition to art classes from September through June, we offer summer art camp and Drop-In and Play art activities for kids between our regular sessions. Our bright, colorful studio is also the perfect place for a kid’s birthday party! The Messy Artist children’s art center was created and designed by Owner/Director Donna Bernstein, a professional educator and artist. The curriculum is inspired and guided by Donna’s teaching experience and research in child development, as well as her passion for art. At The Messy Artist, art lessons for kids entertain and enrich their brains, bodies, and hearts.

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