Monthly Archives: November 2014

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Written on Nov, 30, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

When I took the job of teaching adult art, I thought that I would go to my classes, impart my words of wisdom, help where I could and in general get paid for doing something I enjoy. What I didn’t expect was that my students would be so full of doubts and expect me to have answers to questions only …

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Written on Nov, 29, 2014 by in , | Leave a comment

I have been teaching both private and group classes through the Community Services Dept. in Torrance, Ca. for the past couple of years, and the question usually comes up from my beginning painting students: “Do I need to take a drawing class before I can paint?” My answer is: It depends. Generally speaking, I say it never hurts to take …

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Written on Nov, 28, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

I am starting this “Tips” page in an effort to encourage those who visit this site whether they are artists, closet artists, wanna-be-artists or think-they-could-never-be-a-artists, to get up the courage to pick up a brush, a pencil, a piece of chalk or finger paint and get those creative juices flowing! If you read my “About Me” page, you will see …

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