Let's (slowly) get started...

Everyone has interests, hobbies, talents, and creative ideas. It's great sharing - getting feedback and giving feedback when asked. Years ago, when I attended the Cleveland Institute of Art, we became a family with the Cleveland Institute of Music students. It was great - artists and musicians coming together and sharing thoughts.

I really miss those days of listening to others speaking about new innovations, sharing their thoughts and opinions. Sometimes, I think how sad it is that society has closed up a lot of minds - fear of sharing ideas and having open discussion.

When graphic art (fine art) totally disappears, humanities will be gone. Yes, we do have the technology of using computer software to create images. It's great having this tool - but, it's only a tool to enhance Commercial Art.

I hope the days of Picasso and other creative artists (using paint brushes and canvases) never stops or goes away.

Unfortunately, small art galleries are disappearing. Cities are attempting to save local artists by allowing us to hang our paintings in City Halls.

I am an artist. My first husband was a musician. Soul-wise, it was a beautiful relationship of communication, listening, and understanding each other. Artists and musicians are rare people (yet, we seem to be many). Creativity is rare (yet, many have the abilities).

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Sea Critters have now joined together and stories will start........

Another lobster and crab showed up and they decided to visit their friends.  They are just passing by.  They have other places to travel.

He wants to go to the beach and play with the Sea Critters.  Maybe, jump in the water and play with them on his visit!  He loves the water!!!  He also likes watching the monitor screen and everything that moves on it.  Once in awhile, he'll be popping in with some of his crazy episodes - he's a pretty funny kitten who is 5 1/2 months old.  He's very mischievious! BooHoo enjoys turning the light on in the closet by opening the bi-fold doors and pulling a metal chain.  He uses his paws as good as we use our hands!

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