Fire at The Full Moon (1933) Critique

By: Diana Malkin From childhood to adulthood, we look at a painting and think to ourselves, “I can do that.” Well guess what, you did not do it... and honestly, most of us probably cannot create at the level of Picasso, Matisse, or even lesser-known, but influential artists like Paul Klee did. One of Klee’s... Continue Reading →

Monoprinting Workshop

By: Courtney Conrad A couple weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to be able to participate in a Monoprinting workshop at the Writers and Artists Festival. We worked with one of Mrs. Ahern’s past students, named Brooke, which was a really fun experience. I had never explored this type of art, but it was a... Continue Reading →

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