Monthly Archives: October 2010

You know you’re taking too many art classes when . . .

. . . you are participating in a job interview and you spend the first few minutes looking at the play of light and shadows on the job candidate’s face. As you analyze the reflection of the light on the … Continue reading

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Learning to draw

For the past several years I’ve been looking at the art classes and descriptions in continuing education brochures. Each time I read the list I wonder – should I take art journaling? Beginning watercolor? Digital photography? Polaroid emulsions? Drawing? Painting? … Continue reading

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Being creative . . .

When my copy of “Creative is a Verb” arrived, it caused me to reflect on creativity. What am I doing to bring creativity into my life? In addition to being part of two quilt guilds and participating in challenges, knitting, … Continue reading

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