This painting camp will explore an introduction to color theory and painting methods and ideas such as impressionism, pointillism, watercolor techniques, abstract art, and paint pouring! Campers will have the opportunity to learn new techniques and expand their current painting skills along with a ton of fun! Carrie Sapa is a fine artist and Art Educator that explores mediums in printmaking, ceramics, drawing and textile arts. She currently is teaching as the visual arts teacher at Sacred Heart High School in East Grand Forks, MN. She has received grants, such as McElroy-Edwards Jackie Art Distribution Fund Scholarship, and UND Native American Fund Scholarship. Along with the grants, her fine artwork pieces have been shown at two student shows, and one national juried show "When Things are Strange Exhibition" in 2017, and her BFA show “Land of Saints” in 2018 at Colonel Eugene Myers Gallery of Art, UND. While her art is in a wide variety of mediums, there is an over-stretching theme of her memories and interaction with people engulfed in her work. While creating her own body of art, Carrie Sapa enjoys teaching students how to create their own art with a wide diversity of mediums while incorporating history, science, and art fundamentals.