Published on Thursday, April 11 2013 02:05
I’ve got the Bucolic Plague
All my thoughts
Strong root systems
Unkempt, growing, fertile
Green with expectation
Poking through the cold snow
Tilling over the brown dead winter
Expectations of possibility
Is it contagious?
By: Martin Soosloff
Published on Thursday, March 21 2013 06:37
This past Saturday evening, spring unfolded at The Corner Studio owned by Valerie Pellegrin. Bulbs were popping up in the front yard while bouquets of creativity were visually blooming inside. Artist Millicent Kang from Boulder, wearing a dress cut from cloth similar in palette to that which was exploding on her stretched canvases, cheerily greeted the opening reception’s array of guests.
Published on Thursday, February 07 2013 03:30
Follow the Image
Follow the Image
Life’s movie made
Not for TV
Published on Saturday, August 04 2012 01:00
Published on Monday, February 27 2012 09:45
Operation Sail, Inc., the national non-profit organization that produces tall ship events commemorating patriotic American milestones, today announced its sponsorship of an essay contest and an art contest for high school students in association with the USS Constitution Museum, the National Maritime Historical Society, the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Winners of the contest will be invited to sail aboard America’s tall ship, the Coast Guard Cutter Eagle, during one of the six, planned OpSail 2012 events.
Published on Monday, January 23 2012 00:00
(Family Features) Colder temperatures mean more indoor time, making it a challenge to find activities that will keep kids happy and engaged. The good news for parents is that even common household items can create hours of fun time. These child-friendly arts and crafts projects will allow you to spend quality, memorable time with your family this winter season with things you already have around the house.