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Creative Creation

I had an idea for an assignment for my Art II students for quite a long time before acting on it. I wasn’t quite sure how to implement the plan. I wasn’t sure what materials I would use. I kept … Continue reading

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Creative Way to Teach Art Appreciation

Cartoons have included lessons in music and art appreciation for years. I recently came across a movie with cartoon characters that included a short section teaching art appreciation. The movie is titled, “Looney Tunes: Back in Action”. The setting of … Continue reading

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Twas the Night Before Christmas

My daughter, Lara DeHaven, is a writer for My Creativity Blog. She also writes for her own blog, Texas Homesteader and another blog called Welcome to the Ranch. Lara is very creative and has been spending weeks creating gifts for … Continue reading

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Creativity Devotional – Painful Rest?

Creative work makes me happy, but the subsequent pauses for the rest are all the more painful, for then one begins to think things over. ~ Hugo Wolf, composer Thoughts: Each time I read the quote above I seem to … Continue reading

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The Creative Call – Chapter Three: Awakening

Hello and welcome to my series of articles on The Creative Call by Janice Elsheimer. Each Wednesday I post an article about my journey through the book.  This week’s article is about Chapter Three: Awakening. I tried to read the … Continue reading

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