Carolyn Wing Greenlee

Category: Art

Total 16 Posts

“Speaking for Fire” DVD

Dear Friends, We’re already wading into 2013 up to our knees in the fast-flowing river of the new year. Here is an update on the latest new thing. Recently, Earthen Vessel released our first DVD, Speaking for Fire. A video of James BlueWolf’s award-winning children’s book by the same name.

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The Fabulous Freedom of Wearable Art

I sit before a blank sheet of d’Arches watercolor paper. It says, “You’d better be good.” Are you kidding? I haven’t painted in six years. There’s no way I’ll be any good. Brush strokes reveal immediately whether your hand and your brain are cooperating. It’s like playing piano. You can’t

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I’m Making Progress

I’m making progress—and rather quickly too. Here’s the update as of June 15, 2011, smack in the middle of the year. Project 1: Eternal River, Volume III I’m in the third edit. Always surprising how many things I missed. It’s getting to be fun now, because I get to sculpt

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The Starving Artist

Hal Baker sent me these stories written by his father-in-law, master painter Milford Zornes, N.A. Story 1 from 1957 Several years ago I was an instructor at The Old Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles. At that time also, as is not too uncommon with artists, I was deeply in

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