Monthly Archives: February 2012

bark-leaf-sanddollar

Sketchbook snapshot: Objects from nature

I’ve been following the adventures of the Sketchbook Challenge blog (although, I admit, I have not been producing an abundance of images for every monthly theme). I’m feeling really inspired by some of the work that folks are creating for

bark-leaf-sanddollar

Sketchbook snapshot: Objects from nature

I’ve been following the adventures of the Sketchbook Challenge blog (although, I admit, I have not been producing an abundance of images for every monthly theme). I’m feeling really inspired by some of the work that folks are creating for

i-am-an-artist

Art belongs to you!

You’re an artist. Yes, YOU. Art is your birthright as a human being. Since the dawn of time, or at least since the point at which humans stood upright and became marginally self-aware, people have been creating art. Why? Because

i-am-an-artist

Art belongs to you!

You’re an artist. Yes, YOU. Art is your birthright as a human being. Since the dawn of time, or at least since the point at which humans stood upright and became marginally self-aware, people have been creating art. Why? Because

tuba1

The tale of Tina the Tuba (our Bent Tuba Studio mascot)

This is a “How the Leopard Got Its Spots” kind of story… although in our case, it’s “How an Injured and Abandoned Brass Instrument Gave Our Art Studio Its Name and Logo.” Once upon a time, Nicki’s mom came upon

tuba1

The tale of Tina the Tuba (our Bent Tuba Studio mascot)

This is a “How the Leopard Got Its Spots” kind of story… although in our case, it’s “How an Injured and Abandoned Brass Instrument Gave Our Art Studio Its Name and Logo.” Once upon a time, Nicki’s mom came upon