I am excited about the first series of ten art kits. They include a real variety of projects, including lettering, printmaking, watercolor techniques, transfers, making pockets and more. Expect good quality papers and art materials to make good quality work. The first kit will be mailed in mid April to finish the series by mid June. It is always fun to get good mail. Quantities are limited so sign up soon.
Here are some possible new hairdos for Sam. The two on the left could be trimmed. They each give him a different look.
Hi. I've had more work done. I have a new mouth and more. I begged Lenore for teeth but she said that would look ridiculous. I guess I'll have to give up my life long dream of playing the BB wolf in any all puppet production of Little Red Riding Hood. What should my new goal be?
I made a little video with my human Lenore last night. It will be posted as soon as she gets around to it. We talked about doing your best in writing and how to make a great book. Those art kits have been delayed but will be ready soon. I have seen the first one and there
Collect some old photos, we'll make some copies and put together a Visual Memoir page. Think of funny family stories and cherished memories. A few words or sentences can make a beautiful page. Drop in to the Cape Cod Art Association on for a Visual Memoir class on Thursdays 10:00-12:00. $25.- includes all materials
A new class starts this morning. I love making books. I am trying to become more involved with social media but it is so temporary. Some posts say so much with great photos but if I don't check FB once day I miss it. For me, journaling makes it more lasting and beautiful.
Come and experience the transformative power of women supporting each other. Join in the Artist's Way group at the Cape Cod Art Association in Barnstable. Read the book and complete the exercises at your own pace while making journal pages and reaching your goals.
Lenore Lyons is passionate about igniting the spark that happens when people think creatively and get big ideas. There is something about riffling through a large tray of keys that encourages people of all ages to think about possibilities for their life and their loved ones.