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Kids design dream homes in summer art camp

Children in grades three through five are learning about American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright and how he built houses into the landscapes around them. (Photo credit: WLOS Staff)

There's one summer camp that's encouraging kids to think outside the box.

Children in grades three through five are learning about American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright and how he built houses into the landscapes around them.

His creations are inspiring their 3-D works of art to make unique dream home as part of the 2017 summer art camp in the Asheville Art Museum.

"My dream house is like on a private island, and this is just a portion of it," said Arabella as she showed us her creation.

Meanwhile, her classmate Angel also made a beach house.

The students are also learning how to bind a book by sewing the pages together.

They're creating a book with all of their art drawings inside.

Students told us they like the idea of being able to turn the pages to see all of their work during the summer camp.

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