art 4 AUTISM

 

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#EthanHasTheSweetestHeartPhotographicMemoryPerfectPerspectiveFollowsDirectionsWellAmazingHandwritingAndSoMuchMore
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FineArt 121 Watercolour classes with Ethan Lane & his doll of a mom, Tobie
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Ethan’s perspective
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a lesson on pattern, Dutch tiles, & a fun photo shoot
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time traveling Storytelling Guide

Hale Farm & Village Holiday Lantern Tours 2018

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step back in time with me to Christmas Eve 1863…
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1st night . 11 tours . Party Bus pulls up to the door . 8:00 tour is all LIT up with Holiday Cheer !

 

HF postcard

HF lanterns

HF Sophia
Sophia has wanted to be in the cast since she was mesmerized on her 1st lantern tour in 1st G! apple/tree = Sophia as Intern Interpreter (2nd from left)

US Naval Sea Cadet Corps TOUR 2018

10 ISMs of Modern Art | what do you see? what does it mean? to you?

USNSCC tour
brutalISM .  made with architectural building materials from NEO . with Cleveland’s amazing architectural skyline outside the gallery windows. celebrating USNSCC Cleveland Division’s 50th Anniversary
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cubISM . Fernand Leger . positivity about technological progress in wartime. 
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Museum Selfie with Sea Cadets at The Cleveland Museum of Art

TOUR ism

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USNSCC Cleveland Division December 2018 Drill Weekend

Where Movement is Magic

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designs inked for Augmented Reality APP for Augment Therapy brain break book. Illustrator & Art Director, Maryann Wohlwend
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brainE in bed . snuggling with Kit. Illustrator & Art Director, Maryann Wohlwend
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Augment Therapy MED TECH company launch for pediatric special needs Physical Therapy patients.  Founder & Author of brainE book series, Lindsay Watson PT, MPT & Illustrator & Art Director, Maryann Wohlwend. #BLONDSvsMedTechGoliaths  

 

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Welcome!

my little Bluebell Byrd is spreading her wings… check out my daughter’s NEW BLOG/pen name she will publish as in these teen years!

Bluebell Byrd

This is a blog dedicated to intellectual discussions, studying literature, from the overall themes and symbolism, to the behavior of the character, how these classics are still relevant in today’s world, to book reviews, and I will even be using classic literature to craft advice for fellow novel writers.

One thing my Great Books teacher told me was that if I wasn’t a writer that I should get a degree in psychology. That comment is what brought this blog to life. I’ve always been fascinated with how the human mind works, and I’m currently reading through a list of 100+ classics. Since the Internet is a great platform for creators of all sorts, I decided to throw my hat into the ring.

Writing a blog is something I always wanted to do, but I wasn’t interested in working on what traditional writing blogs are like. I don’t have too many…

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