If you’ve ever read the classic children’s story book “Goodnight Moon” by Margaret Wise Brown, you might be surprised to find out that Margaret never intended the story to be about rabbits at all. She had people in mind when she wrote it, but it was the creative interpretation of the book’s illustrator, Clement Hurd […]
Time and time again, I have gone into classrooms to hear that children have already self-determined that they are or are not artists. The ones that say they are continue to explore and enjoy the process, and have a drive to continue and seek out the information they need. Sadly, it is the majority that decides they do NOT have what it takes to be an artist. This is tragic.