Category Archives: Drawing

Creating Art as a Meditation

Meditation is good for the soul. It can be an escape from the stress of a busy hectic life. About 7 years ago I went to a workshop to learn how to meditate. I thought there was some special way … Continue reading

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A Simple Way to Use Technology While Creating

Shampoo Ginger I have had my Ipad for a little over a year. I thoroughly enjoy it. My Ipad has become my most used technological tool. Not only do I use it to check my email, to surf the web, … Continue reading

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Creativity Devotional – Running vs. Painting

If you have not painted before, or in years, don’t expect any more from yourself than if you had not run in years and were going out for your first jog.   Whitney Ferre Thoughts: I am reading a book … Continue reading

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Congressional Art Competition

My students have been working for the past two weeks on art work for the Congressional Art Competition. The theme of the contest this year is “Honoring America’s Brave Military Men and Women”.  I gave the students nine full days … Continue reading

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The Exquisite Corpse

“The exquisite corpse shall drink the new wine.” Some of you may be thinking, “What in the world is this woman talking about?” Sounds strange, doesn’t it? Apparently I don’t get around much because the exquisite corpse is something that … Continue reading

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