Last week I shared myfirst art lesson for kidsto help all of you who are teaming up with your school to educate your children from home, and I received so much positive feed back from you. Upon request, I have put together another lesson for you inspired by the modernist artist Kandinsky.
I have put together an easy art project for children because Mommas, Daddies, Grandmothers, and Grandfathers (or any one else this may apply to), we have been thrusted into the task of homeschooling our kiddos due to the current Covid-19 events. My colorful abstract lesson will be a fun way to keep them busy for a few minutes, anyways.
If you are like me, you are always looking for easy and budget friendly ways to bring fresh seasonal decor to your space. A throw pillow here and some flowers there...it's those small changes that can take a space from winter to spring, spring to summer, or summer to fall. This is one of the reasons I decided to start offering you a free digital print each month.
Podcasts are another one of my must haves while working in the studio. Today, I thought I would share with you my top three art podcast.
A few weeks ago, I shared with you how I make my "Perfect" cup of coffee. Coffee is just as important to have in my studio as my art supplies. Too extreme...not if you are as much of a coffee lover as me. Wait! What? You missed that post...no worries, you can still readHow to make the perfect cup of coffee.
Coffee, java, cup o' joe... it's the first thing many people reach for in the mornings, and I am one of those people. It is warm and soothing like a morning hug, it jump starts my brain, and it makes me easier to be around (ask my family). It goes out the door with me so I can sip the warm liquid as I wait in the drop off line at my daughter's school, but my most favorite time to sip coffee is in the studio.