Elara Sherman, Luke Saulsbury and Emily Earl, from left, work on their paper-mâché sculptures during the “Light, Color, Motion” art day camp last week at the Doak House Museum. Fran Church, art program coordinator in the Fine Arts Department at Alabama A&M University, led the camp for ages 12-16. During the camp, the participants learned about Impressionism, how art fit into a classical 19th century education and how to properly mount and display works. They also created their own artworks – two-dimensional sketches and paintings as well as the paper-mâché sculptures. The camp concluded with an art show displaying what the participants made for their parents and families to see.