Guide children and adults in their exploration of art, developing skills to express their creativity.
Impacting children’s lives through the visual arts, Paperwings offers programs on Vashon Island, WA for children between the ages of 7 and 18. The mission is to create space for kids to experiment and explore the creative process while simultaneously learning the fundamentals and skills of art.
Caroline Rockey, owner of Paperwings, is committed to cultivating and inspiring visual creativity, affecting this generation and the next! Caroline believes that all humans have a great capacity to create and each person’s path is unique getting there.
For the past ten years, Caroline has taught art in the classroom at the Hamlin Robinson School and Seattle Public Schools. Her approach to teaching allows students to experiment and express their personality in their artwork. She teaches foundational drawing, painting and visual art skills so students build and progress in core fundamentals. Without the basics, one can’t express their fullness.