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Symbolism and Calligraphy
Personal Work and Post by Megan Webb This year during SOL testing I was the designated hall monitor for most of the day, but still got to teach 2 classes at the end of the day if testing wrapped up. I used my time in the hall to work on some more (More)
Mallett's Monster Mugs
Post by Jacob Mallett, Simonsdale Elem. I chose to go to art school because I enjoyed painting and drawing. When I began studying at ODU I was introduced to so many other media such as ceramics, sculpture and printmaking. I enjoy working with many (More)
Back In the Clay
Post by Melinda Cummings Lakeview Elementary School was lucky enough to get a kiln this year. In order to hone my skills for teaching ceramics, I took a pottery class at Tidewater Visual Arts Center last fall. I did not realize the commitment I wa (More)
Creating a Logo
Post by Martin Burke A few months ago I was asked by a friend of a friend to design a logo for a new company. All I had to go on was that the name of the company was “U-Turn” and their mission was to help underprivileged, at-risk youth by implemen (More)
A Knack for Knitting
Post by Shannon Bridgeman, Douglass Park Elem. During the winter of 2014 I found out that my brother was expecting his first child. I was going to be an aunt! Immediately I wanted to do something special for my nephew. I picked up my knitting need (More)
Linnea's Artwork
As tends to be a theme for this blog, time is always an issue; and there never seems to be enough of it. Over the past year I have worked hard to try to carve out small amounts of time to do my own personal art work. One of the changes I have made in (More)
Carrying a Sketchbook
Post by Erin Griffith-Mosley I haven’t had much time to concentrate on my own art lately. However, I have realized how much fun it is to carry around my sketchbook and sketch and doodle while waiting places instead of using my cell phone to read u (More)
Lisa Jordan\'s Artwork
Post by Lisa Jordan Personal Artwork Since my 1st baby was born almost 5 years ago, I haven’t had much time to spend working on my own art. I used to be able to sit down with my Sharpies and colored pencils and draw to my heart’s content. These (More)
Beverly Gray’s Pix
Blog Post by Beverly Gray-Churchland Primary I’ve been really busy creating designs for everyone else for the past 17 or 18 years as a corporate graphic designer. Aside from that, as a single mom I never quite had time to stop and indulge myself i (More)
Post by Jamie Cosumano “Andrew Wyeth, one of America’s best-known twentieth-century artists, painted many (More)
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6 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Thanks so much for participating!

    I’ve never blogged before so I’m on a learning curve!

    Will be glad to hear from you!

  2. This is great and TEACH Academy was awesome. I am ready for the new school year to start.

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