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Deby, thanks so much! I look forward to hearing your thoughts on the course!
Jessica, yes, I am definitely the type of person who can't work the same way all of the time, thus I have found that working in seasons and on projects is more effective for me to do my best work and be at my most healthy overall.
Lots of amazing stuff happening....yikes! I feel like I can barely keep up with it all, but I love reading what you all are up to!
I was wondering what you all thought of this Pop Art stuff I've been working on. It's something I do for fun, but I'd kind of like to do something with it, i.e. licensing, etc. Any and all thoughts would be welcome. http://daveweissamericanpop.deviantart.com/gallery/
Court, your class looks great and I love the way you've set it up online. Cool deal.I just signed up for it! Anyone want to join me?
I'm so proud of all of you and all the activity going on here. I feel like a proud mama.
Heather, can't wait to hear how your class goes. Are those your house paintings? Love them . . . I also like Melodies idea of doing a class for non-painters to help them get in touch with their artistic side.
Ed, keep us posted on your progress. We want to celebrate your successes!
Billie, it's great to see you. Did you find a job? Give us an update.xxxx
Heather, love your idea. Wish I could sign up - sounds like a lot of fun!
Court, love what you mentioned about seasons of doing things - I, too, feel like there are so many things that I want to or should be doing. But trying to do to many at once is detrimental to actually making progress. Focusing on one or two things for a time is a great concept. Awesome reminder for those of us (me!) who try to take on too much at once!
It's $20 per paint night if they bring their own canvas. Each season we'll do a house themed to that season. And the rest of the weeks between those seasons will be a variety of other subjects ans styles. It's great fun and I would love to be interviewed ;) Melodie.. those seniors are the gems of our communities.. full of stories and love to share.
Heather ~ Reaching out to (the many!!) sociable seniors is a wonderful idea . . . run with it!
Great idea, Heather! (I think I'd like to interview you for my blog.) Quick question: Is it $20 per week or for all 4 sessions? How long is a session?
Heather, that is too funny! the cab that is.
Oh that's a great idea. And since I take them stroke by stroke through the painting and let them use a template to trace around based on my original painting... it would be doable for non - painters.
I think I might reach out to a senior living center to see if they might want it as an activity once a week or so...
Heather Ozee ~ Congrats on beginning a "paint night." The size for your first class seems made to order for the cozy social setting we're seeking more often than ever these days in our learning experiences. You could even market it to non-painters who might sign on for the company alone.
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