Category: Art, art education, painting, teaching art

Tuesday Morning Bird-Tufted Titmouse

These funny little guys, the tufted titmice, love to flit around in the trees around my bird feeder haranguing with the chickadees and the cardinals in the winter months. They were frequently up in the trees wearing their cute little blue shoes and serenading… Continue Reading “Tuesday Morning Bird-Tufted Titmouse”

Colorful Fridays-The Rosy Red Siblings

“Red is obviously such a stimulating color, it has so many connotations.”P.J. Harvey Quinacridone Red and its Quin siblings, Rose and Magenta, cannot call up an intriguing history. No ancient minerals or archaic farming practices discovered these beautiful bluish reds. No Old Masters can… Continue Reading “Colorful Fridays-The Rosy Red Siblings”

Tuesday morning bird-Barn Swallow

Barn Swallows bring good luck and rid the area of insects but don’t dare get in the way of their nest building determination!

Colorful Fridays-Berry, Berry Grass Green

The green of spring, leaves and grass cannot happen without the wonder of Sap Green.

The Union of Art and Science

When science and art work together, the result is pure genius.

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