Monthly Archives: January 2012
Part III –Circle of Friends and Art Vocabulary Sandy Delehanty, a wonderful watercolor artist in the Sacramento Area taught me the elements of design. This knowledge has been invaluable when designing jewelry. Understanding the elements of design was, for me, … Continue reading
Part II –Circle of Friends and Art Vocabulary There are knowledge and techniques learned through other artistic paths that, if studied, can help one to improve one’s creative expressions and find one’s unique way of expressing one’s style. Color theory … Continue reading
Part I –Circle of Friends and Art Vocabulary Having a circle of friends who are artists can help to expand one’s artistic skills and open doors to different ways of expressing oneself creatively. However, limiting our circle of friends to … Continue reading
Creativity can be expressed through many channels, cooking being one of them. Last night, instead of settling for plain old pork chops, I hunted around in the pantry and found a can of apricots. Placed 1-2 apricots on each pork … Continue reading
Some people, no matter where they are can see beauty where others see nothing. The former are definitely more free. Sonya Edwards
Exciting News – Arts Education Gaining Momentum in California Public Schools In May 2011, California was one of 5 states that won a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Friday, January 6, 2012, the California Department of Education … Continue reading
Good article to get your creativity flowing.