Jun 16, 2017



The artist is not a special kind of person;

 rather each person is a special kind of artist.

- Ananda Coomaraswamy




Architect


Illustrator


Painter


Designer


Puppeteer



Inventor





Graphic Novelist

  (Authors Notes)



Videographer







 Keep Making Art




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Jun 1, 2017

Photo Credit: Ryann Fitzgerald, MICA photography major 2021, contact: ryannfitzgeraldphoto@gmail.com












Afternoon art is MARVELOUS because all the kids can do whatever they want. You can use clay, use the how-to-draw books, and create your own masterpiece. It’s different than regular art, because it’s way more fun, and you probably progress more. You can learn more from the other kids because they can teach you the things they are learning. That doesn’t happen in regular art. -Zoe K., 3rd grade








" This world is but a canvas to our imagination." 

                                                                                                         - Henry David Thoreau






May 13, 2017



ARTISTS EXCEL IN FINDING CREATIVE WAYS
TO THANK THEIR MOTHERS.





“All art is a kind of exploring."
                                                       — Robert J. Flaherty



May 1, 2017







Earth Day video by Antonio A.

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Earth Day poster designs










"Art is born of the observation and investigation of nature."

- Cicero
                                                         Roman author, orator, & politician (106 BC - 43 BC) 





Apr 15, 2017


Wayne Thiebaud (pronounced Tee-Bow) was born in 1920 and became part of the pop art movement.

While in the Navy, Thiebaud spent time in New York City and began painting pastries and other American foods -- pies, ice cream cones, and hot dogs. He used very thick paint in exaggerated colorsWhen he painted cakes, he applied the paint like a baker would spread frosting. His artwork looks good enough to eat. 

Thiebaud paints from his imagination and from long-ago memories of bakeries and diners. He said, “Cakes, they are glorious, they are like toys.”