This full-day camp will take place at Morven Museum & Garden in Princeton where students will be dropped off and picked up. Students will explore botanical art and watercolor through Morven’s well known historic gardens including colonial revival and kitchen gardens as well as the great lawn. Spend the day outdoors among the plants and flowers and observe nature at its finest. Then, using pencil and watercolor, develop artistic skills to create botanical compositions and a summer sketchbook. Students will also explore the architecture behind Morven through drawing and painting projects. Morven was built in the 1750s on land granted to the Stockton family by William Penn in 1701. From the 18th through the 21st century Morven has had various inhabitants and its structure has seen many architectural changes. Travel through time exploring the master touches that make Morven.
1:15-4-4:15pm: Instruction & Open Studio Time