Today we think of the French Impressionists as being a pretty traditional group, but when they began meeting together and producing their work in 1872, the world was amazingly different; so different that it's hard for us to understand. These artists … [Read More...]
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It's true. I like horrible colors. Sometimes beginning artists at our school, Firstlight, wonder why we use colors that are so intense that you can't really paint with them. Our purple is so dark it looks black. The yellow is too acidic. The green is … [Read More...]
Last night I downloaded all the latest Apple system updates, and one of the cool new things included is a bunch of new emoji's. I quickly put together an entire list of the alphabet-like new emojis. It's fun and easy to create cool messages using the … [Read More...]
One of our teachers has a great question That's an issue for a lot of parents and teachers, Gillian. My own kids were prolific, and used whole forest-fulls of paper, yet we also did not want to constrict. Here's what works for me and the … [Read More...]