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Episode 61: Shades of Gray

Amy Podcast


~ an impromptu trip to a local “conservatory”
~ continued surprises with the nightly “kid” journal drawings
~ the upcoming worldwide sketch crawl on Aug 25 – and how YOU can be involved with the CMP on that day
~ SunnyNole of Halfway There sponsors the CMP sketchcrawl – tune in to find out how you can be entered in one of two Koh-I-Noor drawings (and learn more about the history of Koh-I-Noor)
~ a thematic creative prompt: “seeing”
~ the “process” of carving an eraser
~ the books of Douglas Florian
~ painted rocks by Canadian artist Karen Fuhr
~ found hearts from the SuperHero Designs blog (and then Kritty’s and CelestialSpirit13’s)
~ origami turtles
~ and more… Plus, great podsafe music with a “journey” theme. (Length: 47 min )

Featured Podsafe Music:
Intro Clip: Jim Fidler ~ All I Really Wanted [PMN]
Jan Linder-Koda ~ Little By Little [PMN]
Shelly Cousins ~ Colors [PMN]

my many colored days origami comets,stars insectlopedia beast feast on the wing in the swim
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2 thoughts on “Episode 61: Shades of Gray

  1. There. I am all caught up with your podcasts. Now I have to wait until next week for the next one! For a show that almost wasn’t, this one was pretty darn good.

  2. Hi Amy!
    I am glad you did a podcast this week instead of skipping it. It was great to listen to while I moved books around in my library getting reading for homeschooling.
    Insectlopedia, the children’s poetry book by FLorian has wonderful memories for our family. We have some memorized and they are so special to us. They taught my older son that walking stick insects existed. He then saw one, one day, in our yard. You would not believe how observant a person would have to be to have seen that, yet he did (back when he was five years old).
    Glad there is a contest to inspire us to upload scans to Flickr. I plan do to the Sketch Crawl on my own. Now I need to go sign up for the Flickr group.
    Thanks again!

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