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UTAH: Articulated Animal Workshop at Huntsman Cancer Institute

Ken Crossley at EngAGE Utah made it possible for me to come back to Utah and do a couple of workshops at Huntsman Cancer Institute last week. These pictures were from Making Animal Friends, a workshop to make large articulated paper animals. … Continue reading

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Fe₂O₃ Glyphs by Craig Ward & Linden Gledhill

This is a kickstarter campaign to develop these ornamental typography pieces spontaneously generated using a magnetic ink. SO beautiful and very inkblot-y! The resultant images are available as a downloadable font, too–check it out: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mrcraigward/fe2o3-glyphs-a-conceptual-ornamental-type-system Fe₂O₃ Glyphs – a conceptual, ornamental type … Continue reading

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girlichef hosts a Stencil Craft guest blog on her site

  This is not inkblot related, but hopefully everyone will get an invitation to visit at a friend’s house over summer break, or will be going to a grandparents’ or cousin’s house. Wouldn’t it be fun to take a homemade … Continue reading

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Creative Aging Training 2015!

Thirty plus participants gathered from all over the world at the Creative Center at University Settlement Creative Aging Training 2015! Robin Glazer, the Director of the Creative Center at University Settlement and the powerhouse behind so much of what they do … Continue reading

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Gobolinks

A fellow inkblot enthusiast asked me recently if I had heard of Gobolinks, and I was amazed the find that I didn’t know anything about this book, originally written and illustrated in 1896 by Ruth McEnery Stuart and Albert Bigelow Paine. … Continue reading

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Fifteen Ways of Looking at an Inkblot

  Fifteen Ways of Looking at an Inkblot   Look at the positive shapes, or the ones made by the ink and water. Look at the negative shapes, or the white around and inbetween the shapes made by the ink and … Continue reading

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Arts in Healthcare, Part 2: Provo Rehabilitation and Nursing

Ken Crossley, of EngAGE Utah, an organization that facilitates arts-in-healthcare opportunities for seniors, invited me to come to Utah to do inkblot workshops at two different facilities. In the last blog post, I talked about the workshop we did at … Continue reading

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Arts in Healthcare, Part 1: Huntsman Cancer Institute

Last week, I had the pleasure of flying to beautiful Utah, to Salt Lake City. It was gorgeous there–the natives told me that if I was only there for the spring, I would really see something special–this was considered the … Continue reading

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Inkblot Review at The Curriculum Choice

Stephanie Harrington at The Curriculum Choice wrote such a nice review of Inkblot. Thanks Stephanie! Click on the link below and check out some of the great inkblots she made with her kids: http://www.thecurriculumchoice.com/2014/01/inkblot-margaret-peot/             … Continue reading

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Happy New Year and the 2014 Artist’s and Graphic Designer’s Market

                Another book of mine, The Successful Artist’s Career Guide: Finding Your Way in the Business of Art, is excerpted in the 2014 edition of The Artist’s and Graphic Designer’s Market! Along with a lot … Continue reading

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