A recent New York Times article is about beads you can make yourself. The article expands on the idea of making paper beads using your newspaper as material. It’s a similar approach to what I described in my recent blog … Continue reading
An article I read recently on art therapy and creativity stresses that “making art” is important to remain healthy, to staying connected to yourself and to the world. This includes any sort of visual creative expression, anything that engages your … Continue reading
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In June I had surgery for a badly torn rotator cuff on my left side. Unfortunately for me, I am left handed, so I’ve had my share of anxiety about the injury and the recovery and how all of this … Continue reading
I recently took a terrific class in creating Mokume Gane – a multilayered metal that’s produced under heat and pressure. The fascination with this metal is the patterning that can be achieved with various combinations of metals and some inspired … Continue reading