African Drumline in Schenley Park
I have been working with a friend who is a educational technology researcher — and we’ve been exploring how to structure activities for parents and kids to learn design thinking + build creative confidence together. We have been doing Saturday
On a Washington DC adventure, my toddler ended up in a giant color ball pit with a friend named Alex.
A drawing with my 3 year old from Michigan this summer — on a visit to a cow farm. Moooooooooo!
I love Finland, it is a country full of design, drawings, and quiet — and coffee houses. I arrived here this morning and am committed to several drawings a day. From my first coffeehouse sitdown, here is the view from
A combination drawing, me and my 3 year old. I think it looks like a winding road, partly in snow, partly in the desert, with a dark blue sky turning into the sun.
I’ve been entrusting my iPad more to my 3year old to draw. Here is one of his recent sketches, with Paper by 53 and its lasso tools. He loves blacks and dark blues.
I made this blanket with scraps of fabric, of a crazy night in South Belfast, the area around Queen’s University, with all the students out when the pubs close.
Shape sketch, my new small ritual of drawing at least one drawing wherever I travel. This is in a beautiful cafe, The Market, in downtown Denver.
I’ve been experimenting with Shrinky Dinks, Sharpies, and colored pencils to make some art. Here is one I made by drawing a boy’s face in profile with sharpie on the plastic shrinky dink. Then I cut out the profile, punched
From the back of the craft pile — an experiment in colored felt, to make a bib necklace using lots of little felt cut outs from another craft pack. I love the colors all together, though the felt fell off