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Just "Barreling In" for a Change ... Before and After

One of my favorite places to visit here in Asheville is the Biltmore Estate.  Their spring flowers are not quite ready; it will be a few weeks yet.  187 more words


Garden Flowers Three Ways

Nature’s Notebook is a botanical drawing class I have been taking for the past several years at my local college.  We learn how to draw using pen and ink, colored pencils or watercolors.  154 more words

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There Is Always More Than One Way to "See" ... Let Your Creativity Shine

Never be afraid to try something new, think outside of the box from time to time.  Try taking your art or craft to different levels, if only to “see” how things will look.  232 more words


Scanography - How to use a flatbed scanner to turn Red Oak Leaves into a "Mask"

Every artist has a favorite image, painting or drawing that just seems to strike a different chord.  For me, it was this recent scan of red oak leaves that turned into a “Mask.”  When I start a new project with my scanner, sometimes I don’t have a clue as to the final image, and that was the case for these leaves.  455 more words


Two Great Photography Classes this Saturday!

Andi, our phenomenal photography teacher, is back this Saturday, February 15th with 2 photography classes. Frist up at 11:00 a.m. is Creative Digital Photography. In this class you will learn how to get the most out of your digital camera for some amazing and creative photos. 53 more words

Well Slap Me Silly

I like to consider myself a reasonably rational person. I don’t think I’m crazy. I may be a little vitamin deficient, and somewhat sleep deprived, which causes moderate fatigue, and maybe some very minor confusion from time to time. 341 more words


Paint Chips, Pansies and a Lightbox ... Combine Them For A Photograph?

Have you ever looked at objects and thought, maybe I could make something very fun, but yet you had no earthly idea what that would be?  282 more words