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What Is Art??

So what is Art, anyway?? Not to get all philosophical or anything, but you have to admit that’s a good question! If you ask 100 people, you’re likely to get 100 different answers. I recently attended an exhibit at the Denver Art Museum titled, “What is Art?”. This question was posed to exhibit viewers who […]

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“What If We Treated Driving Like We Treat the Arts?”

I’d like to share an excerpt from a great book, “The Creative License” by Danny Gregory. This is a book about giving yourself permission to be creative, recommended to me by my friend, cartoonist Bridgett Spicer, one of the most creative people I know! I first read this book about two years ago (I underlined […]

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Every Child is an Artist

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.“ ~ Pablo Picasso Art Phobia….many adults have it, but it doesn’t seem to be something we’re born with. Have you ever seen a three year old intimidated by a big piece of white paper and a huge brush […]

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Why Teach Art?

“Why teach Art?”…. Okay, this seems like a logical question, since some of you may already be wondering this, and if you’re not, I know there are people out there who are! In these days of “not enough time or money to teach all the things things that need to be taught”, why should Art […]

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Welcome to My Blog!

First of all, this blog is a work in progress! I realized that if I waited to post anything until it felt perfect, it would never happen! As a friend of mine likes to say, “Accept great! Perfectionism leads to procrastination.” Since those are two character traits I’m constantly working to overcome, I decided to […]

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