Happy birthday, Grandpa! This weekend, it was the Virginia family’s turn to tie-dye! The six of us won t-shirts in the SAAC Art Contest this summer, so we celebrated with a tie dye party. Continue reading …tie dyes together
Overall painting day was a big hit. Beth and her family are still visiting, and we were joined by Noel and Izzy. Chrissy drove over with Hayden and Zachary and of course Grandma Krausman joined us. We spent the morning sketching, throwing ideas back and forth, painting, visiting and bonding through art. Continue reading …styles together
I eagerly await the time when the current health crisis is over and I can get together with my mom, sister, and daughter. While we are in “shelter in place” these musical events are taking place: *my sister, Ruthie, is taking guitar lessons via ZOOM. She is getting quite proficient! *my daughter, Deena, is learning to play her ukulele (quite a change from her days … Continue reading ….sings together (part 2)
After a day at the beach, Beth McDonough, Anna McDonough, McKenzie McDonough, and grandma Ruth Bethea worked on our Journal pages. Anna was stung by a jellyfish. So first we did some research and found out that the Moon Jelly fish is now floating in the tropical waters of the Atlantic Florida Coast. Luckily it is not too painful and then welts went away after … Continue reading Journals together
This blog is dedicated to our matriarch, Betty Krausman. The artist matriarch of our family is Betty Krausman. She has inspired her children, grandchildren and now great grandchildren to explore ART in all its forms. This blog is dedicated to Betty Krausman. Continue reading …stays together!
I am Ruth Anne, one of Betty’s daughters. Every year we paint a magnolia bloom. The trees are tall and towering making the flowers a bit of a challenge to pick. This year Addy picked us one from her neighbor’s yard. Continue reading …paints together
I am one of Betty’s daughters, and one of the newest artists in the family. I think the family that creates together learns together! For example, my mother tried teaching me about shadows. Here’s my first real attempt. I next tried shadows on some nature finds. I absolutely love learning about the wonders in nature, and now I can capture them in my art journal. … Continue reading …learns together!