Sunday Devotional With Mr. E: Commitment

[ad_1]  When I tell people I studied watercolor in college, they usually respond with, “Watercolor!?  That is really challenging?”  I didn’t actually think of it like that when I was in school. Everything had challenges that had to be learn & experience.  Honestly, I really stuck with watercolor because it […]

Art fairs, aquarium and vegan fest

[ad_1] A number of outdoor art festivals are planned all over metro Detroit this weekend, along with a major music festival, an aquarium celebration and theater performances of both classic and original pieces. Here are a few ideas for you and your family to consider for the weekend of July 22. […]

Create Your Own Cyanotype Print

[ad_1] Sir John Herschel first developed the cyanotype print over 170 years ago. His process uses UV light-sensitive photographic paper which turns blue when exposed to the sun. The distinctive dark blue background is very popular in home décor at the moment. With a wealth of foliage & flowers in […]

Art and artists in Dakar, Senegal

[ad_1] Daara J Fam performing on Jul. 29, 2018, at Zelt-Musik-Festival in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany. Courtesy of joergens.mi/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 4.0 A port city with a vibrant history, Dakar, Senegal speaks in multilingual, technicolor vibrancy and, in recent years, has been a meeting point for creatives of every stripe. […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 07.24.22

[ad_1] Welcome to BSA Images of the Week! Jesus it’s rough out there! Throwing a frisbee could cause a heart attack in this heat wave. This situation is like the polar opposite of a winter snowstorm that forces everyone to stay inside their apartments. Believe it or not, in this […]