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Traveling to Van in a van…

Yes, it is true. Tomorrow the CNC Fine Art’s class of 2011 and three faculty will be boarding a 15 passenger van headed for Vancouver on our annual field trip. We usually fly, but this year a fellow faculty member … Continue reading

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Finding Foundation

We are listening as artist Toni Onley sweeps his arm along the horizon. “Now this is worth painting!” he declares. My eyes follow his arm out past his fingertips and I fight back a feeling of vertigo as I see the … Continue reading

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Today is the first day of the new semester. It always feels like a fresh start at the beginning of each term. I thought I was ready for this week, but I keep finding little tasks that I have forgotten. … Continue reading

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It feels so good to reach the end of something that you have worked so hard at. The fall semester is finished at the College where I teach. I have submitted final marks for everyone….my students, if you are reading … Continue reading

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you know you need a break when…

My eyes are burning and my brain feels like a fog has settled over it. I have been staring at my bulletin board, admiring the squares in the background, then back to my monitor, it seems so bright! I’m trying to … Continue reading

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The Path of Least Resistance

It is Sunday. A day of work for me. I keep Saturday as a day of rest (see commandment #4 in the 10 commandments). My whole family does, therefore Sunday becomes a day of work for us. Typically I spend … Continue reading

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