THE SKETCHBOOK PROJECT 2011 TOUR I really recommend this- you order a sketchbook, it arrives, you add when you feel like, mail by the deadline
THE SKETCHBOOK PROJECT 2011 TOUR Theme: And Then There Was None Pages 36-39 and cover December 30, 2010 9 AM New Year approaches fast now and
THE SKETCHBOOK PROJECT 2011 TOUR Theme: And Then There Was None Pages 33-35 December 28, 2010 Write and read anything… Wasting prisoner went down stealing. He
THE SKETCHBOOK PROJECT 2011 TOUR Theme: And Then There Was None Page 32 December 26, 2010 For links to pages 1-31 go to LINK
THE SKETCHBOOK PROJECT 2011 TOUR Theme: And Then There Was None Pages 29-31 December 26, 2010 The therapeutic power of journaling stream of consciousness –> reduce
UPDATE JAN 15, 2011! CONGRATS KRIS on the launch of your new book: — There are people in our lives that can say just what
THE SKETCHBOOK PROJECT 2011 TOUR Theme: And Then There Was None Pages 27-28 December 21, 2010 To see pages 1-26 see LINK
Just sold a sock pug to Colorado! Each of my POST STREET ETSY orders includes an original pencil sketch and this was today’s sketch…
Frida Kahlo is an icon and muse that I return to again and again. I am infused by Frida and I consider myself a Kahloist.
My colleague asked me to sketch her niece, Laura Ward- founder of Octavia Cup Dance Theatre, New York. Founded in 1998, Laura Ward/Octavia Cup Dance Theatre
Jay, Carlitos and Fabricio performed last night with DJ Adam Dreaddy at the controversially named FAG FRIDAYS at the OASIS on Davie Street in Vancouver.
Birthday card to my dad from my grandpa and Norwegian soldiers (in German concentration camp) Aug 8, 1942.
My colleague, Sara, and I took 13 students to the Vancouver Art Gallery for an all-day field trip on November 3, 2010. It was an
My love of Elizabeth I and all things Shakespearean led to LOTS of art in the early 2000’s. Here are some LOST pieces that only
Bitterness is like cancer. It eats upon the host. But anger is like fire. It burns it all clean. – Maya Angelou In 2003 as
The discovery of her own myth allows an artist to paint out of the deepest recesses of the self. – S. R. Udall
As my father, Roar, keeps drawing, his drawings keep expanding and charming me. I am loving the folk art quality of his work now. To
All my students are special. All of them are creative. Many of my students are beyond talented. Some are genius. I was admiring my door
I had a marvelous time tonight reuniting with old friends to support the amazing cause: The Gift of a Lifetime…. a Fundraiser for David Ius’s
I plan to start my SKETCHBOOK PROJECT on my much anticipated CREATIVITY-INPUT-MOM-DAUGHTER trip to San Francisco! The trip will include a visit to The Centre
I love painting on Jay- it soothes the soul!
I adore using China Marker. It has the give and control I like in charcoal but without the mess. The graphic novel quality to the
I had a great time last night at Gallery Gachet! Here are some samplings of my watercolor tattooing and other highlights from the night! Artist’s
The muse has struck and I am excited to embark on large charcoal portraits for my “Blue J” exhibit in Fall/Winter 2010-11! Gathered info yesterday
ARTICLE: Study finds messy desks site of creative sparks, Vancouver Sun April 9, 2006 You’ve seen it. You may even be the proud (or not-so-proud)
Recommended Reading: THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD Zora Neale Hurston wrote her masterpiece, “Their Eyes Are Watching God”, in Haiti in 1937.