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I grew up with Legos before they were designed to look like Star Wars characters, wads of vibrant, salty Play-Doh lumps on hand and my all time favorite geeky device, the Spirograph. I liked that thing better than the Etch-A-Sketch! I thought it was sooo mesmerizing! I was also rather fond of the Rubik's Cube, but I was never able to solve it and eventually turned my attention to the Atari 2600 when that became available in my early adolescence. My favorite games were Pac Man, Megalomania and Stampede. I didn't have Centipede and I never understood the E.T. game, but we all had it didn't we?

In the stereo, I was constantly playing my mother's 8-track of Abba. My favorite song was "Dancing Queen" and I totally enjoyed rockin' out in the living room like a serious superstar. My parents had a lot of 8 tracks in that drawer, but that was the only one I ever really liked playing. If I had that album…

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  • Female
  • Born on March 16
  • Joined October 12, 2010

Favorite materials

polymer clay, linen cord, mixed media, acrylic paint, beads, graphic design, wire, fabric, yarn, card board, paper, glue, wood

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I grew up with Legos before they were designed to look like Star Wars characters, wads of vibrant, salty Play-Doh lumps on hand and my all time favorite geeky device, the Spirograph. I liked that thing better than the Etch-A-Sketch! I thought it was sooo mesmerizing! I was also rather fond of the Rubik's Cube, but I was never able to solve it and eventually turned my attention to the Atari 2600 when that became available in my early adolescence. My favorite games were Pac Man, Megalomania and Stampede. I didn't have Centipede and I never understood the E.T. game, but we all had it didn't we?

In the stereo, I was constantly playing my mother's 8-track of Abba. My favorite song was "Dancing Queen" and I totally enjoyed rockin' out in the living room like a serious superstar. My parents had a lot of 8 tracks in that drawer, but that was the only one I ever really liked playing. If I had that album now, I'd totally archive it in a stellar wooden shadow box as memorabilia and an ode to my mom. She really exudes that style. But alas, it has been many a yard sale and trips to Good Will since those wonderful and innocent days of my imaginarily perceived stardom and we are all now just at a loss as to where it might be.

I have always created things. My parents were always creating things. One of my favorite memories is of a project that my mother helped me with when I was in kindergarten. We used cut construction paper pieces to make a rich, vivid lion relief! It was AWESOME!

I think deep down everyone likes to make things and that it is a matter of finding a craft or process that inspires you over and over again. My father was always woodworking and his dedicated zeal and industriousness really added a sense of luxury to our barely middle class upbringing in the early and late 80's. We lived in a mobile home then.

My education includes many successful courses in Graphic Design, Photography and Liberal Arts form the University of the Arts, The Corcoran College of Art + Design and Lord Fairfax Community College where I received an Associates in Liberal Arts/Fine Art. I have an honorary Ph.D in metaphysics from the Divine Institute of Philosophical Science online. I love to learn, I love to write and I love to teach.

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