Monthly Archives: April 2012

Drawing Digitally

In the late fall I got an I-Pad.  A common companion of mine is my sketchbook, particularly in meetings.  But as of late, in meetings or on a plane, I’ve found my I-pad, and particularly a program called Sketchbook Pro, … Continue reading

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Maryanna Hoggart and Stones 1

I’ll take ownership that I always feel a special feeling after purchasing a piece of artwork.  It is a celebration of beauty and tipping ones hat to the goodness of life.  Several months back I dropped by Guardino Gallery in … Continue reading

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It’s the small things….

My intermediate mixed media students are launching into their last art project for the semester which involves creating a small scene or environment.  Remember as a kid making those little dioramas for history class or the like?  “Here is a … Continue reading

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I bared my soul on OPB and all I got was this lousy mug.

To be honest it is with some reluctance that I say anything to you about this.  At least on my part, this was not tweeted or posted on facebook when it happened.  Somethings are done out of necessity, not because … Continue reading

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Good Friday

The Thirty-Ninth Day, Good Friday Mark 15:46 And Joseph bought a linen shroud and, taking him down, wrapped him in the linen shroud and laid him in a tomb which had been hewn out of rock; and he rolled a … Continue reading

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