Writing specializations include humor, pets, horticulture, garden design, jewelry design, painting and drawing,
Interests include photography, animals, animal behavior, sustainable development, education, nature, architecture and music.
Moore College of Art & Design Philadelphia, PA
Areas of Expertise:
painting (oil, watercolor, acrylic), printmaking (mono print, woodblock), drawing, illustration, mixed media
ALISON Online Learning
English Language and Literature
Areas of Study:
literature, writing for an audience, descriptive writing, analyzing language of the media, story writing
"Drawing With Just the Values of Black and White" is an article about the purity of great design and what makes a striking image. Different processes are explored including positive/negative space, form and volume. Inks, watercolors, pencil, and charcoal are a few of the mediums highlighted in this article.
Articles written include "Garden Design for the Homeowner", "Garden Design for the City Dweller", "Designing a Personal Retreat", "River Birch" "Ornamental Grasses" (2) and "Heat and Drought in the Garden", "Azaleas Exotic Colors, Shapes and Forms", "Wilsonii Magnolias and Other Magnolias for Your Garden" and "Designing a Garden with Calla Lilies".
Articles about cats include quirky cat behavior and the endearing qualities of cats. One article was both humorous and sentimental regarding a cat named Penelope. Cats are quite the contrarians by nature and add a dash of whimsy to the world of humans. Elegant, bold, arrogant fluffy little fur balls never fail to speak their mind.
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