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A Scientist's Approach to Design - Guest Blogger: Gloria Shelton

Summer Exhibition Blog 4        Level 3 Studies in Art and Design – Lantana 

As a scientist by inclination and education, everything in this course was new to me. 254 more words


Design I // Balance

For Design I’s third project, we focused on balance. Students constructed 4 compositions based on the following options of balance: symmetrical, asymmetrical, radial, and pattern. Their theme had to be inspired by the lyrics of a song or poem of their choosing. 225 more words

Art Department

Design I // Shape

As mentioned before, I will be catching up this summer to feature artwork my students produced over the last school year.

For Design I’s second project, we focused on geometric and organic shapes. 308 more words

Art Department

Birch Forest Spring

One of the things I love most about living in Scandinavia is the strong contrast between seasons. But even from week to week, nature keeps changing drastically. 214 more words


Artist Crow Study... Guest Blogger: Marilyn Olsen

 Summer Exhibition Blog 3         Level 3 Art and Design – Lantana

I was probably the only kid in my high school who actually really liked doing term papers, which turned out to be a very good thing not only through college and graduate school, but also in my life as an artist.  252 more words

Art And Design

Some Things

Something I finally tried last weekend: weaving a rag rug! An awesome local weaving studio had an open doors event, so I jumped at the chance. 99 more words


Radish blooms and a bee

Finally panel #7 is finished! I’ve been reading more about certain crops like Meadowfoam and Radishes. They’re grown for oil production. Bees are 100% required for pollinating the crops, nothing else can do the job. 43 more words