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June 9, 2010

June 9, 2010

Jenny Doh Editor-in-Chief

I'll always remember what Alumni Curator Michelle Ward said about the creative process ... that it doesn't have to be minimal nor epic for it to be valid. It simply needs to be expressed. So whether it's a small bracelet or a large sculpture, let's make art!

   
Love this simple bracelet tutorial by
My Knotty Thoughts.

 

That's Totally hOT!
Awesome mylar stencils for paper and altered art projects.

  Check out
Jolanta Surma's epic macrame works of art.

Pam Carriker Guest Curator
As I sat down to write how art has saved me, I wasn't sure where to begin. You see, art has saved me so many times over the course of my life - sometimes in little ways, but countless times. It's saved me in the highs of my life and the lows ...

   

Seth Apter has his finger on the pulse of the art community.

 

Orly Avineri shares her
art journal weekly.

 

Save Your Paint Brushes!

 
 

 
Mary Beth Shaw Guest Curator
When my pager went off during a bikini wax I knew it was time. The year was 2000. I was living in San Francisco, a city I rarely saw as I was traveling so much in my job as Account Manager for a large insurance company; it was my responsibility to manage self-insured manufacturers. I had a secretary. An office with a fabulous view ...
   
Going solo.   Love this art.   Painting library on video. You must watch the dry Monoprint technique.
 


Lisa Field-Elliot Guest Curator
I couldn't help but notice the way the afternoon glow from the window came through the sheer curtain and played with her hair. Or how those vivid orange baby sneakers made his first footsteps all the more interesting ...
   

I am a sucker for the color blue.

 

This flip-book by a fantastic fair-trade company defines my style perfectly.

 

For me, art is about these moments, and all the others in-between.

 
 

 
Andrea Tarling Guest Curator
From a very early age I can remember going to flea markets, antique shops, and thrift stores all the time. We would go in search of things for him to create with - from making jewelry to crafting clocks, my dad loved to create. I am sure that's where my desire to search for treasures and to create came from ...
   
Flea market finds
that inspire.
  I love her style and blog.
I am her biggest fan.
  A world of colors.
 

 


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Readers Share
CRESCENDOh readers share their personal "Art Saves" stories
Archives
   
Sandra Lee
My story begins back when I was a small girl ...
  Lynda Wilson
While I'd rather not dwell in the past of my childhood ...
  Louise Dancause
There are two ways I could start this story ...
 

 

 
Awareness of the World is one of CRESCENDOh's most treasured values. It is a value integral to developing respect and compassion for others. In the Know provides links to interesting articles that help us discover the world around us.


Apple Edges Into Selling of App Ads -
The New York Times

Debunking the Myths of the Telecommute -
The New York Times

Tensions Rise for Twitter and App Developers -
The New York Times

Rethinking a Gospel of the Web -
The New York Times

Junkyard Poet of Whirligigs and Windmills -
The New York Times

Victor Pesce, Painter of Minimalist Still Lifes,
Dies at 71 - The New York Times

News Sites Rethink Anonymous Online Comments - The New York Times
On Language: Social - The New York Times
Doing the iPad Math - The New York Times
Losing It - The New York Times
The End of History (Books) -
The New York Times

Arts not limited by health, age -
ColumbusTelegram.com

A Touch for Funny Bones and Earlobes -
The New York Times

The Sandra Bullock Trade -
The New York Times

In E-Book Era, You Can’t Even Judge a Cover -
The New York Times

Google Searches for a Foreign Policy -
The New York Times

Apple Adds 2 Publishers to Its Store for E-Books -
The New York Times

Using Arts and Crafts to Open Minds -
JoongAng Daily

A Rare Spirit, A Rarer Eye - The New York Times
On Language With Ben Zimmer -
The New York Times

Amazon Threatens Publishers as Apple Looms - The New York Times
Old and New Media Coexisting Nicely, Thank You - The New York Times
Go Green with Children's Art Projects - Suite101.com
Can You Hear Me Now? - QuinnCreative
Google’s Computing Power Refines Translation Tool - The New York Times
New York Isn’t Silicon Valley. That’s Why They Like It. - The New York Times
Lesson Learned: Don't Make Waves - QuinnCreative
Facebook is Getting Older Without Getting Old - The New York Times
Building a Better Teacher - The New York Times
Get To The Point First - Webnet IT
A Family Label, Ungarbled - The New York Times
Talk to Me. I'll Turn Off My Phone. - The New York Times
Articles of Faith - The New York Times
A Look at the 'Skiff' E-Reader - Folio.com
'You've got to find what you love'
- Steve Jobs speech

The Protocol Society - The New York Times
Xerox's New Chief Tries to Redefine Its Culture - The New York Times

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