Category Archives: art education

Arts and the left-brain: high school edition


>I think I’ve mentioned to y’all that I never had any substantial arts education before college beyond flunking out of piano lessons in pre-school and the plastic, generic recorder in fourth grade at St. Henry’s School. Seriously, there was none … Continue reading

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Miss Hazel on National Public Radio!


I am not sure if this made it nationally or was just a local feature, but it sure does make me proud to know Hazel King has been recognized! WPLN’s feature on Hazel King

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Tom Jones’ Workshop: Fantabulous!


> Based on a Tom Jones painting and workshop Never having been to a workshop before, I didn’t know what to expect.  I thought it would be a great learning experience but had no idea just how great it would … Continue reading

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A link to recent Watercolor studies, and Hazel King’s Birthday today


>Since painting with the Collaborative Artists Network, I’ve done some enjoyable watercolor studies.  They are visible in this album posted at my facebook site “Moesse the Eclectic Artist.”  If you’ve not “liked” Moesse but have a facebook page, I’d appreciate … Continue reading

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A grand day with fellow painters yesterday


> Barbara with a painting from more than 20 years ago! The Collaborative Artists Network (C.A.N.) is getting geared up!  We painted at Barbara Rembert’s studio in her home yesterday inspired by some glorious instrumental music, great, great food, and … Continue reading

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The perfect Sunday morning, the perfect Watercolor Inspiration Book


> For Practicing:  dual pallets AND a set of cheap old pan paints too! The day started hot and humid as it has this summer (a verdant August is unheard of here in Middle Tennessee, but it’s true this year … Continue reading

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A book about Citiscapes


As a child, my mother wisely taught me that books were a joy and I’d relish trips to the local library as one would a visit to a candy store. I’d come home, happily meet naptime as an opportunity climb … Continue reading

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