During the morning session called Art at MOCA, students visit the second-floor galleries to view artworks that usually rank among the favorites for young visitors. In his oil painting Salvonia MBG7160, Malcolm Morley depicts ships in choppy waters as an airplane flies overhead. If you look closely, you will notice tiny painted flags attached to some boats, creating three-dimensional elements. Inspired by Morley, campers create their own textured boat paintings, adding three-dimensional elements to make their pieces pop. After viewing Frank Stella's Sinjerli VA II and learning about different methods of printmaking, students produce colorful relief prints, using protractors to emulate Stella's technique.