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George Mason, Bob Richardson, Dianna Rust

  18.04.2014   CMCA   Open Studio   No comments

GEORGE MASON Big room studio: encaustic, assembly and occasional gallery Ground floor studio: wet works Since I live in what was once a church I have more room than most.


Learning in the Arts requires the ability and a willingness to surrender to the unanticipated possibilities of the work as it unfolds. ~ Elliot W. Eisner Dear Families and Friends,


     Dear Families and Friends, Art surprises us in so many ways!  Before LEAPS of IMAGINATION some second graders did not think of themselves as artists and had never had


 “What makes this project so great is how much time there is. You need time to be creative.” ~ Two second graders    LEAPS of IMAGINATION is about story and

The Art-Making Process

   Dear Families and Friends, ART making,    is a process, and it begins each day with a set up that helps children engage with materials, ideas, and one another.     Artists lead with

Drawing Conclusions: It’s about Collaboration

   Dear Families and Friends, LEAPS of  IMAGINATION has taken hold, and we want to express enormous gratitude to our primary funder, RSU 13’s Adult Ed program.  Shannon M. Parker,

The “Great Reveal”

Dear Families and Friends,   We’re learning from artists, but we are also learning from one another. Today in our whole group we observed our classmates’ “stamps” and prints, looking