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Tag Archives: paper
In loving memory of my mother who sadly died 15 yeas ago today. She would have been 73 now. The lady in the astonishing audition above is nearly 80 years old, which just shows that at 58 you still … Continue reading
This year’s youngest group in school -the 4 and 5-years old- have accomplished an incredible difficult task with such marvelous results: They were asked to visualize their favorite spot in winter. Think of the stress of choice! But they have … Continue reading
Sometimes it’s good to look back at things done, to relax. The frontpage of my December 2014.
I love the art kids make in school, and my favorite group is probably the youngest, as they show such an unconditioned approach. (There are quit a few examples in the category Early Works.) But the works shown today are … Continue reading
It is a grey, wet, dull Friday morning in the city, at the end of winter, a day you would rather stay in and watch your favorite series on Netflix or cuddle up with a book and a pot of … Continue reading
It may be me, it may be in the air, but e v e r y where there are pattens to be found. You know I am an avid admirer of art done by the children in school, as it … Continue reading