Family Connect – Artistic License
We’re proud to roll out our second feature in our newest endeavor called Family Connect. As a reminder, Family Connect regularly features new or unique ideas, businesses, ventures or philanthropies in which our camp families are involved. Items are selected for either a feature article or for our directory of businesses (coming soon). Our hope is that informing you about what’s happening in our greater camp community will create synergies and benefits far beyond the already tremendous benefits your children get from a summer at Hampton Country Day Camp. If by chance you missed our first feature in November, click here to read all about “The Chord Club”, Manhattan’s new state-of-the-art recording studio and event space.
FEATURED NEW VENTURE OF THE MONTH
With the holiday season upon us, we’re excited to introduce Artistic License. Founder Bonnie Schwartz has been a Timber Lake Camp mom for more than ten years. Her sons Scott and Marc were campers until they graduated – and this past summer Marc (now back as a counselor) served as the Color War general. Bonnie, who has always had an artistic flair, started her own company for which she creates art from license plates.
Each picture that Bonnie creates has its own history and tells its own story. She has created customized logos of prominent celebrities, sports teams, university mascots, comic book heroes, automotive motifs and most recently has figured out how to capture any portrait. You will be amazed at what Bonnie can create with license plates.
If you’re looking for a truly unique holiday gift, not to mention an extraordinary piece of art, check out Bonnie’s website by clicking HERE. She can do anything custom and is a pleasure to work with. You’ll be thrilled with the results AND you’ll be connecting with a long-time member of our TLC Family of Camps!