Friday, August 14, 2009

Almost time for School!

School starts back next Wednesday, but teachers started back this past week with in-service workshops. Most of the workshops that we have are pretty long and boring. After 26 years of attending workshops for teachers, I have to say that they get very monotonous. But today was a little different. The district actually planned for the district art teachers to get together and discuss art lessons and issues that we deal with. Being the only art teacher at my school, it is nice to get with other art teachers! We had a lot to talk about. It is very motivating to get with the other art teachers and I'm beginning to be ready for the new year. I just don't understand how the time during the summer just flies by!

So after sitting in meetings for the past 4 days, I am exhausted from meeting. So I didn't feel up to working on my Paris Cafe drawing today, but I did work on it some during the week. So I will show an update and hopefully by the end of this weekend I will have more progress to show.

♥Beth S. Macre © 2009♥
No title yet, but I'm thinking about it!
I will be working on this today, because next week I probably will not have the time or the energy to work on it. I am having fun with this and wish I could just work on it all the time! I will definitely be using the UArt paper more.
Have a great weekend!


  1. I really like this piece Beth and I look forward to seeing more postings of it. Best wishes for a fantastic new school year and have a great week back with the kids!!

  2. This is a lovely piece Beth. Is this the first time you've used Uart paper? I have used it for most of my cp pieces, and I love it. (And it can really take a beating; can handle practically anything I can dish out!)

  3. Thanks Teresa!

    Thank you Lynda! I used the Uart on some small drawings and loved it. This is the first large piece that I have done on it and I really like it! I will be using it more.

  4. Oh this is coming along wonderful Beth. It's going to be an awesome piece.



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