Every child is one of a kind, as is every piece of art. I am a big believer in NEVER write on a child’s art work. It should be their own and untouched, or God forbid, not something that an adult draws and they color. That kind of stuff makes […]
Tag: teaching art
Mosaic art goes way back to classical times, starting in Mesopotamia and becoming very big in Greece and Rome. Now it is more often seen on stepping stones in gardens and walkways, or on your kitchen backsplash. You often see mosaics made with stone, tile, or glass. An easy and […]
I recently received a letter from a reader. First of all let me say this made my day! She was very complimentary and interested in what I do. It always feels good to be appreciated. Thanks, Sydney. One of her questions was “Where do you find inspiration?” This is […]
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