Jamie Cosumano: THE TEACHER’S RESPONSIBILITY

BECAUSE ATTENTION TO THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND THE LEARNING PROCESS IS EMPHASIZED IN THE NATIONAL VISUAL ART STANDARDS AND HAS BECOME THE TEACHER’S RESPONSIBILITY I recently happened upon an article by Libba Willcox titled, “Vulnerability in the Art Room: Explorations of Visual Journals and Risks in the Creation of a Psychologically Safe Environment” and I … Continue reading Jamie Cosumano: THE TEACHER’S RESPONSIBILITY

Bill Tippit: Experimenting with Tools & Style

I have always been drawn to counter-culture subject matter both in art I appreciate and art I create.  Southern California surf punk, tattoo art and custom car culture were always the main sources of visual inspiration that I would then combine with themes such as roughish rebellion, anti-establishment and journey. Considering this background, it comes … Continue reading Bill Tippit: Experimenting with Tools & Style