This morning was so glorious I had to paint the other view from Ian and V’s patio: Mt Mackenzie. I was surprised that the mountain remained a misty blue grey during the whole hour and a half that I painted this. 428 more words
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When I began taking art lessons in my early teenage years, one of the first things I was taught was the basics to proper shading. In the studio, surrounded by oils, brushes, textiles and glazes, the instructor began by handing me nothing but a charcoal pencil and a piece of thin, creamy paper. 936 more words
The latest issue of Caribbean Studies (Vol. 43 No. 1 January-June 2015) is now available. Caribbean Studies is a multidisciplinary academic journal published since 1961 by the Institute of Caribbean Studies of the School of Social Sciences at the University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras. 371 more words
It’s nearly been 14 months since I left the school that fed me well, physically and materialistically, to gain mental and academic freedom.
And I’ve undergone quite a few challenges: being a novice teacher trainer, a lecturer, and a researcher. 196 more words