Reception, Auction and Mermaid Reveal at the Sandhill Crane Golf Club- 4-5:30 P.M. Sunday, Dec. 8th, 2019
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      Print Editions and Other FAQ Answered!

      Print Editions and Other FAQ Answered!
      I have been receiving a lot of questions about prints and editions from friends and people that I've met at art shows, so I wanted to take a moment to inform you about what it all means in case you were curious. This is information that I have gathered throughout my life admiring other artists, and now through my own experience as a professional artist. If you feel that I missed something or some part of it is not accurate, please feel free to comment and I will edit it for everyone. This is purely to educate anyone interested, so they can make art purchases more confidently.

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      Commission Story 4: Sharky Jillian and The Great Hammerhead

      Commission Story 4: Sharky Jillian and The Great Hammerhead
      I am extremely excited to introduce one of my personal heroes, Jillian Morris, (Sharky Jillian) and the commission she had made for her awesome husband's birthday present! I was following her on Instagram, admiring all of the amazing things that she does and hoping to meet and collaborate with her someday, when she contacted me about this special gift! I present to you another amazing, ocean lover, that will wow and inspire you after reading her interview!

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      Florida Collaboration- Middle School Art Project

      Florida Collaboration- Middle School Art Project
      First, I used the projector to blow up Florida on the wall, and the students helped me place paper all over Florida and the surrounding water. We traced Florida and numbered all the papers. Then, students drew the numbers out of a hat to decide which one they would research- it was no surprise that most of the class wanted to research Palm Beach County because they live here, so we had to make it more fair. They researched in the computer lab, at home, and in libraries near by, with the goal of finding or creating symbols that could represent their area.

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      Refocusing Fame for Good!

      Refocusing Fame for Good!
      This project was for a 7th grade class, but can be modified for many different ages. 

      After drawing self-portraits and portraits of their favorite celebrities from photos, we had a class discussion about why people were famous, what they would do if they were famous, and what kinds of people they thought should be famous. Students also got into the responsibility that goes along with being famous and how certain celebrities have let them down, or not used their fame and money for bettering the earth, (which they all agreed was really important).

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