Watson has done exactly that, and with her creative hub established on the Sunnyside Ave. side of El Paseo Lane, which also includes El Paseo restaurant, Alexander’s Artisan Rugs and Bossa Nova Clothing, she's spreading her wings a bit and launching four weeks of summer camps – two weeks in June and two weeks in August – designed to engage children ages 10-14.
The camps will cover a wide range of craft-making, including felt flowers, embroidery, needle-felted cacti, rubber stamp carving, watercolor, fairy houses, leather crafting and weaving, among others. The camps will be taught by artist Eva Brazer, as well as children's art instructor and watercolorist Carol Hamrick, and Watson herself.
MORE INFO ON THE MAKERY'S SUMMER CAMPS.
MORE INFO ON THE MAKERY.
Want to know what's happening around town? Click here to subscribe to the Enjoy Mill Valley Blog by Email!