Monthly Archives: April 2009

Gone to Molokai

Hi Guys! I have gone to Molokai, my favorite Hawaiian island, to visit friends. I don’t know if I will have internet access to update my blog, so I am leaving you with a video of some of the beaches … Continue reading

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Moving on Your Creative Desires

Is there something you have always wanted to do, but didn’t? Maybe you thought you wouldn’t be good at it, or you thought someone would make fun of you. Maybe you just wanted someone to go with you and share … Continue reading

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Painting with Watercolor on Claybord

If you are a watercolorist and want to try a new painting surface, Claybord might be just the thing for you.  I discovered Claybord a few years ago when I went to a workshop taught by my friend, nationally known … Continue reading

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Rewarding Student Participation in a School Art Show

I feel that rewarding student participation in a school art show is extremely important in encouraging creativity. When I organized my school art show I tried to reward as many student artists as possible in several different ways. One way … Continue reading

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Do Schools Kill Creativity?

Sir Ken Robinson, author and speaker, poses the question, “Do schools kill creativity?” I found this video to be very interesting and right on.  I regret that it has taken me this long to find.  It was taped January 2007. I hope that … Continue reading

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