About this Camp
For this camp, play with proportions, perspective and make art that’s truly off the wall! Explore art-making that is both joyfully giant and marvelously miniature. Create larger than life-size artwork and funky plaster wearables, then shrink your perspective to pocket-size and make tiny treasures for your own portable mini-museum. Change your point of view to create art that’s worth a second look. There are no limits to the size of your imagination!
Rhiannan Sibbald is an illustrator and muralist based in West Michigan. Her whimsical style celebrates our world through energetic lettering, vibrant shapes and joyful characters. Rhiannan’s paintings and drawings encourage folks to embrace a childlike perspective and rediscover the magic that surrounds us.
Hi there! I have been teaching art for 9 years at Legacy Christian School, and I love it! Working with kids opens incredible worlds of imagination and creativity, they are so inspiring. I have a passion for sharing my love of art and creating with others, and let's be real, making a mess is just a bonus!
Ronna Alexander loves all things tiny! She owns her own business as a Graphic Recorder and Illustrator and in her creative time, she is a multi-media and encaustic artist, showing her work in Michigan Galleries. In 2021, as a celebration of art and all things miniature, her family built and installed the Free Little Art Gallery in Douglas. There, you can take art and leave art - for free! Ronna loves working with kids of all ages and is excited to make tiny treasures together!