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This is such a cool way to keep track of all my kiddo's oversized art from the year! Love that you can use dry-erase and chalk on it too!

Keep Kids' Art Organized All Year with DIY Artist's Portfolios

workman:    nicoonmars:  Cecil Touchon  Suprematist Non-Objective Poetry

Suprematism - Non-Objective Art - Cecil Touchon -Suprematist Non-Objective Poetry, 12 x 9 in., collage on paper, USA

Get up, it's time, your life, your choice!

This piece relates to my concentration in that it elaborates on the idea of the earth having toxins/trying to prevent toxins. I like this piece bc it is simple, just putting two things together, yet carries a very deep meaning.

Why should parents be excited about their kids mistakes?  How do mistakes increase creativity?

3 Tips to Accept Mistakes and Raise Creative Problem Solvers

Why should parents be excited about their kids mistakes? How do mistakes increase creativity?

If you're wanting to free up your art and be bold and expressive, charcoal is a great tool. Here's a sneak peek into the new Expressive Charcoal course.

Find more freedom in your art with charcoal

Sometimes you really really want to make art. Here are 7 art tips for procrastinators to help you get back on track making your art.

Struggle Everyday by Henn Kim

These Minimal, Black + White Illustrations Are for Book Lovers

Lynne Moncrieff We Asked the Artists  Ideal Work Environment	“My creative space is a tiny cupboard where I work alone, there would be no room for another (!), in peace and quiet.  It isn’t ideal due to the size with me struggling to store supplies and work within such a wee area but I am lucky to have a designated space to call my own.” ~Artwork by Lynne Moncrieff

We Asked the Artists: What is Your Ideal Work Environment?

Hello Everyone In this post HERE I shared two cards published in the Spring issue of The Stampers' Sampler with a note to say that I had split the collection in two and would be sharing the other t.

Ron and Hermione :)

I love how she takes the glasses off of his face here! I think it just goes to prove that Hermione doesn't like Harry in that way. It proves that Ron's nightmares when opening the locket were completely untrue in the real world, and Hermione loves Ron.

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All life is conflict. Every breath that you draw represents a victory... - but does it float

All life is conflict. Every breath that you draw represents a victory in the struggle of the whole Universe Paintings (oil on linen) by Karen Gunderson Title: Aleister Crowley

ESL English Listening & Adult Literacy - News - Audiobooks - Songs - Radio Dramas

"La Faune des dancing", 1920 by Jean Auscher (French,

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