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Pointing To The Point

“To the Point” is a magazine published twice-yearly by Colored Pencil Society of America.  I cannot let the current issue go by without (ahem!) pointing to the cover which has my “Step by Step” drawing on it.   306 more words

Art

Song of the Week - Written In The Water

Written in the Water – Gin Wigmore

Yippee!! Gin Wigmore is back with a vengeance!!

This sassy, distinctive and mighty talented Kiwi is one hell of a song writer and her latest track  145 more words

Opinion - Arizona's Mental Health System: In Need of Psychiatric Intervention

The State of Arizona‘s public mental health system is in dire need of a complete overhaul, from top to bottom, with more focus on the top.   1,077 more words

Radar Opinion

OBAMA WILL NOW REGULATE CHRISTMAS LIGHTS, DECORATIONS: SOLAR POWERED EXEMPT

Free Beacon: “The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a regulation for Christmas lights on Monday, deeming some holiday decorations a “substantial product hazard”.”

“Final rule said, “The Consumer Product Safety Commission … is issuing a final rule to specify that seasonal and decorative lighting products that do not contain any one of three readily observable characteristics (minimum wire size, sufficient strain relief, or overcurrent protection), as addressed in a voluntary standard, are deemed a substantial product hazard under the Consumer Product Safety Act (“CPSA”).” 64 more words

Politics

Carola Nix presents colored pencil

  

If you missed Tuesday’s SAC meeting, you missed a really interesting talk and demo. Carola Nix spoke about working in colored pencil. She demonstrated one of her layering techniques, and she showed several examples of her artwork. 11 more words

Explore this! 11 International Juried show

The Explore this! 11 juried show is online! I am really glad to be part of this wonderful show. Congrats to all the artists and award winners. 71 more words

My News

Based on a True Story

I lied.  I am happy to admit it.  Or more to the point, I bent reality.  Artists do this just like novelists, poets, politicians and screen writers do.  433 more words

Art