Yearly Archives: 2012

Survived First Online Semester!

Well, the Spring Semester is over and I have survived my first online art course, which was my first online class ever. This experience proved to me that taking online courses is a possible practical solution to not being able

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Posted in Art, Education, Online Study

The Art Bomb

These past few weeks have been filled with stress, anxiety, and depression, so the need to get away from  everything was quite necessary.  One of the best ways to get a small vacation from some of these feelings is to

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Posted in Art, Museum, Painting, Uncategorized

Transition from Traditional Classroom to Online school at Home

When I first decided to obtain my Master of Fine Art degree, I realized that I was going to have to deal with several challenges.  The first was the cost of the schooling and the other was location.  Since I

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Posted in Art, Online Study

A Review of… “Words…” by S.J. Robinson

When I sat down to read my friend’s recently published book of poetry, “Words…”,  I had no idea where her words would lead me.  I knew that it would be about the Great War since she and I both share

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Posted in Book Review, Military Service, Poetry

Practice with Charcoal

I am about to start my first Graduate course for my MFA.  I am excited and scared.  You see, many years ago, I was accepted into a MA program for English, and I completed 2/3 of that program until expenses

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Posted in Art, Inspiration, Preparation

Preparing for Online Art Class

As an artist in this day and age no one will even look at your work unless you know someone or have at least a Master’s level degree, so I have decided to get my MFA in painting.  I’d really

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