Wham! Bam!

This was my last week of the second round of the "Zip Zap Zoom!" run by Private Picassos at Book Culture on the Upper West Side. It was also my second to last time teaching this class. Next week I will be training my replacement as I am moving down to Washington DC very soon,... Continue Reading →

Let’s Recycle!

This was a 3 week recycled arts course, and my last 3 classes at P.S. 154. I will really miss this groups of children and this wonderful school community! However life and work are transplanting me in Washington D.C. for a summer of art at Glen Echo Park. We began our first class with a... Continue Reading →

Final Show/ Open Studio

The show was absolutely amazing. I was so happy to see each student showing of there artwork to their parents. I think the students also had a good time re-arranging the room and writing up the descriptions of each lesson. They took the whole show very seriously and I couldn't be happier with the result!

More Zoom! Ka-BOOM!

Here are more amazing comic book drawings. This week inspired by the amazing artwork found in the book Street Sketchbook: Inside the Journals of International Street and Graffiti Artists, by Tristan Manco.

Zip Zap Zam!

Here are some wonderful drawings from my new session of Zip Zap Zoom, a comic book making workshop at Book Culture on the upper west side of Manhattan.

The Wonderful World of Ceramics (Part 1)

This past Saturday was our second to last day of ceramics at Pratt Institute's Saturday Art School. After my experience last semester where several pieces of student art work not being fired in time for our final show, I decided that the second to last week we would already be done with glazing and that... Continue Reading →

World Travelers

This was simply a fun coloring sheet I gave out at the end of class, to my "Art Around the World" students. I just love how each one looks so different.

China Blue

We went to China as our final destination in our last week of "Art Around the World." We read Lon Po Po: A Red-Riding Hood Story from China, by Ed Young, and then looked at a slide-show of traditional Chinese China pottery, that I had put together in my iPhoto accompanied by some traditional Chinese... Continue Reading →

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