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Re: Change of topic-what kinda artist are you?

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Maahmaah (Maahmaah)
Fri, 20 Mar 1998 14:40:31 EST

In a message dated 98-03-20 14:01:41 EST, astroboy writes:

Please respond to these Questions:
What kind of Artist are you? ie Painter/ceramics etc<<

Sandra--excellent seque(sp?) into a change of conversation. I myself have
wondered what everyone does. For the real regulars on this list: I can almost
picture you in your classrooms. I see the different styles of teaching you
prefer, views on discipline, etc. I too have been wondering if any of you are
practicing artists and in what medium.

As for me, I do freelance teaching VERY part time. My classes are self
generated and run if I get enough interest from my "target" potential
students. (Absolutely NO discipline problems with this type of teaching: )
When I am not teaching or preparing to teach I chase after my three young
children--all day, everyday (Plenty of discipline problems here! LOL). For
the last few years I have not had the extra energy to create through art.
Although I sure do long to hold a brush again, smell the sizing of the
watercolor paper, squeeze out alizarin crimson onto my pallette.....