Monthly Archives: September 2017

Painting Like a Second Grader .

When I’ve presented projects for all the grades in a school, the second graders seem to be the most creative. They are not worried about rules for the project and how do you start out. They just dive in. If … Continue reading

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Dead Skunk on the Side of the Road

Years ago, I was riding my bike.  My eye was on a new white stripe painted on the side of the road. My feet spinning, my hands on the handle bars, my eyes on the road, I followed the white … Continue reading

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Plein Air Painting at the Timpanogos Story Telling Festival

I plopped up my easel between two tents at the Timpanogos Story Telling Festival. Becky Hartvigsen and I had been invited to paint plein air. There I was painting in the shade of a big tree, a slight breeze blowing … Continue reading

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