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Summer Camp Revisited – Adult Style

The beautiful Mountain Lake Setting Of Camp Merrie- Woode Every year when summer arrives, and the smell in the air and the heat of the sun are just right, my mind is transported back in time to the most wonderful … Continue reading

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A Special Teaching Opportunity

Last week I had another really enjoyable and unusual teaching opportunity.  The Southern Highland Craft Guild  in Asheville, North Carolina of which I am a member, was hosting a group of international teachers for a morning of craft and relaxation on … Continue reading

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A wonderful first experience- Felting with children

I was so fortunate the other day to have had such a wonderful teaching experience. I taught a How To Felt Class to a group of 14 of the most well behaved and wonderful home school children-ever. Their ages ranged … Continue reading

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Teaching and Being Taught – Art

As a young child I always created art -preferring to paint and draw rather than  join my friends at the mall. I loved copying Cezanne, Van Gogh, and Matisse. As a college student I studied art, design and painting.  As an … Continue reading

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How do you even start to create a piece of art?

It was my first Southern Highland Craft Guild Show.   I would get to see how people responded to my work and was excited by the prospect.  My booth happened to be crowded at the time, but I noticed  a man … Continue reading

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