Author Archives: art journal

Discovering the Gifted Ex-Child

I came across the first article linked below via virtuefern’s site (it’s on hiatus at the moment) and found it to be a somewhat interesting article to read about adults who were labeled gifted children. Now, I’m not proclaiming myself to be gifted, because I do not know that I necessarily believe in the whole concept of giftness. I do believe in multiple intelligences and ...

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Photo Friday:Attractive / Diary of a red shoe

I discovered this red shoe (the mate was missing) alongside the road. Somehow very interesting, possibly disturbing. A red shoe. Possibly a dangerous red shoe — leather, high heeled, adorned with a big bow in the back. Certainly not a sensible shoe. Who would wear such a shoe? Why would it end up in the road at a park? Was this a mysterious attractive woman ...

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Summer’s over?

As much as I hate it, summer is almost over. I decided at the last minute to take a class in the Fall. This is the last class I can take before I have to make the big decision, am I really going for another degree and if so, which program? Instructional Technology (where I currently am) or Digital Media (through the arts school) or ...

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the art score

Ok, so here is what I’ve slung at the artworld lately besides new work: –3 paintings for possible inclusion in a book –a very cool exhibit proposal IMHO (I would co-curate) –a possible feature in a regional arts/writing magazine to do: –contact a local gallery about an exhibit of paintings –shoot new slides –submit my artist packet for a possible exhibit at the uga/tate center ...

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DONE!!! upgrade

Hello everyone, I am starting my upgrade of expression engine. stay tuned; and it’s done! Fairly painless. A few small path problems but relatively painless. I also upgraded the photo galleries (it’s not ee for those of you who might be interested) but coppermine. Why? Well, coppermine just seemed to suit my needs better at the time. Now, that I’m comfortable working with coppermine and ...

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