Monthly Archives: March 2011

Choosing Wisely

Painting is about so many things for me not the least of which is the sheer delight in seeing the colors bump up against each other as they dance across the page; to see a light and a dark mix … Continue reading

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“It’s fun to have fun but you have to know how.” Dr. Suess

The Cat In The Hat turns 50 this year. It was created by Theodore Geisel in response to a challenge to write a book containing only the reading vocabulary of a typical 6-year-old that would engage and enthuse beginning readers.  Instead … Continue reading

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Eavesdropping

Val brought her eighty-something mother to class on Saturday.  After watching the demonstration, which was with the same image, on the same-size canvas, painted with the same materials as on Wednesday, she said to Val “It looks like in order to … Continue reading

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