The Pleasure of Creating Art – Time to START by M Theresa Brown

The sheer pleasure an artist receives from simply creating art in some form is what motivates artists of all ages to create.  Whether it is a folded origami paper or a ten ton metal sculpture,  the pleasure derived from the very act of creating is the same. Children don’t need any persuasion to dip into…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 06/08/2010

S.T.A.R.T. has Started! by Carissa Goldstein

After months of planning, the night had finally arrived. I tried to plan every detail ahead of time, but there came a moment when I just had to let it happen. The students showed up empty handed, ready to jump right in and play with the supplies that were included with the workshop. While jamming…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 12/05/2010

Art Plagiarism – Think Again! by Carissa Goldstein

As I delve further into the art world, I am constantly coming face to face with misconceptions I’ve had through the years. One prime example of this was learning how much creativity I have to bring to the table. Along with the mystical idea of being hit with inspiration, I assumed that what artists came…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 12/05/2010

Where Does Inspiration Come From by Carissa Goldstein

Art has always been a mystical field for me. Having taken only one art class in high school, I didn’t have a lot of exposure other than visits to art galleries. I would wander from piece to piece at each gallery, stunned at how these artists came up with such amazing ideas. Where did these…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 12/05/2010