Monthly Archives: September 2012

small world

My friend Luther Haseley en route back to Athens from the Outer Banks stopped in Edenton, North Carolina and met Debra Phelps of Abraca-Debra Sewing and Craft Studio. Debra has a sewing and craft studio for children, and Luther thought … Continue reading

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first day of Fall

A touch drawing image from my studio for the Fall equinox.  Information about touch drawing is at http://www.touchdrawing.com. We sometimes bring out the TD boards, water based oils and brayers to do touch drawing in ArtBreak – the students who … Continue reading

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repurposing cardboard

We go through a lot cardboard in ArtBreak. It is used for constructions, collage background, handmade book covers, dinosaur feet, robot arms, paintings, drawings. So I collect cardboard boxes and used tri-fold project board and prep it for ArtBreak using … Continue reading

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teacher workshop

Yesterday after school teachers explored art all along on the expressive therapies continuum, with fluid media like chalk pastels, finger paint and watercolor; and   resistive media – marker, oil pastels, crayon. Lynn started some knitting. I could have stayed for another hour, … Continue reading

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the teachers are coming!

I’m excited about hosting an ArtBreak in-service for teachers at my school Thursday after school. Eleven teachers are coming! We will view a slide show about the Expressive Therapies Continuum and then have some fun in the studio.

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