DaVinci Camp scholars embracing design.
Through art-making, and through Simon Varela’s guidance, scholars express their inner artist.
Artist and production designer, Simon Varela shows this scholar a technique to mold the super sculpy on the side of her box
This DaVinci Camp scholar looks through this magnifying instrument called a loupe to describe the details found in a piece of sedimentary rock called Claremont.
This scholar reaches to get the best spot for her art at the Berkeley Art Museum.
Scholars working hard on finishing their book. The books are starting to look like masterpieces!
A scholar painting all the little details on her book. What cool shapes!
A scholar planning her next move as she works on solving her rubiks cube
This scholar cuts the super sculpy into different designs to add 3-D patterns on the top of her box
Artist and Production Designer, Simon Varela, helped inspire the skulls made by DaVinci Camp Scholars.
The books of art that the scholars created are put outside to dry after painting, wrapping up their art project.
Scholars, paint their “The Book of Life” inspired skulls close to their eyes to place as much detail on the skulls as possible.