Art and me
“There is no limit to beauty, no saturation point in design, no end to the material” – Salvatore Ferragamo Today I’m honored and excited to share the news that my name has been included in the Names Dress, which is on display at the Museo Salvatore Ferragamo in Florence, Italy! The Names Dress is a wearable, compostable conceptual […]
Two weekends ago I received the Massachusetts Art Education Association 2015 Art Educator of the Year award. I found out about the award earlier in the school year and was congratulated and celebrated in the local media at that time. I took it all in stride then and November 8th seemed so far away. As […]
April 11 (100): Draw or paint a landscape App: Brushes Cranberry bogs in early March in Plymouth, MA are the subject of this 100th drawing for the Every Day Drawing Challenge… I can’t believe it has been 100 days already!
Another month has gone by and that means another 31 drawings for the Every day Drawing Challenge! Sorry to be a couple of days late with the new list, but it has been a busy week with a new session of Enrichment and the Art in the Valley art show, which I am helping to hang […]
I can thank a former colleague (thank you, Leia!) for telling me about Danny Gregory six years ago. Danny’s book: The Creative License: Giving Yourself Permission to Be The Artist You Truly Are And the description by Amazon.com: When Danny Gregory’s life was turned upside down by tragedy, he learned to cope by teaching himself […]
As you know, I love art. I also love summer because I get to go on road trips to look at art…I call them art trips. My most recent art trip was to Brooklyn, NY. Our first stop was at The Art House Co-op to visit the Brooklyn Art Library to see the sketchbooks from […]
Here we are in the middle of July already! I have been very busy so far this summer. The week after school was over I went to Art Teacher Camp! That’s not really what it is called, it is actually the Art Educators Summer Institute at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. I worked in […]