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CCAA 20201026 October All Member/Demo Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Rhett's iPad
54:48
can she zoom the camera in so we could see what she is painting?
Karen Lehman
59:02
Awesome demonstration. Thank you for sharing your process. I am inspired!
cathymcdowell
01:00:12
Love how you allow the art to happen, how you make room without judgement.
Kathryn Hannay
01:01:45
I didn’t catch the name of your book. Can you share that with you again, please?
Kathryn Hannay
01:04:32
still having a problem hearing the name of the book. was hoping to see the cover as I am a visual learner
Kathryn Hannay
01:06:14
Thank You!
Bobbie Brainerd
01:07:11
Here is one website: http://truetohernature.com/
Desiree Cromwell
01:08:03
Bondwoman Wisdom & Outsider Art
Kathryn Hannay
01:08:23
so appropriate for the change of seasons we are all feeling…we so easily forget how much we already know. to give ourselves permission to be ourselves is such a gift. thank you
Desiree Cromwell
01:12:13
trusting the sensation
Susann E. Cate Lynn
01:12:38
Read, I am interested know if you remember what your Third Grade flower looked like, and if you have brought it forth again, to reclaim and honor? Thank you for your demo, I am really appreciating how clear you are in moving with it!
Kathryn Hannay
01:13:35
I agree Susann E. Cate Lynn
Bobbie Brainerd
01:14:05
https://www.facebook.com/bonewomanoutsiderart/
Kathryn Hannay
01:14:40
my first grade teacher slapped my hand one day when I was painting a tree and said…”trees aren’t purple” thinking, now, that I have been on a mission to reclaim that tree! thank you
nancydonaldson
01:16:31
Amen!
Susann E. Cate Lynn
01:19:37
I think your teacher gave you a great gift! It made you more determined and fierce about expressing your self through art! YAY!!!
Susann E. Cate Lynn
01:21:57
Your art is so powerful and beautiful.
Marli
01:24:44
I had the same experience when experimenting with a different way to paint flowers in high school.