I painted this in the morning and am posting it late at night. In the middle was a very full day! My students, who I have been teaching for three years, had their graduation vernissage. I was their first teacher on the first day of school three years ago and it was my first day of teaching at the school, so it was significant for all of us. It was wonderful to see how far they have come in three years.


12 Comments on “Post”

  1. Angie Macleod says:

    Looks like Pointe Clair village! Congratulations on your student’s vernissage! You can tell you are a good teacher, you care!

  2. Congratulations to you *and* your students!

  3. Congratulations from Denmark Shari, and thank you for letting us see all your wonderful scetches.

  4. Ruth says:

    Congratulations! A most significant 3 years for you and your students. I am sure that
    they have learned so much from you and you will be remembered for your special
    talent, enthusiasm and love of art. You have a great gift of sharing how you do things,
    and all your tools of the trade. We who receive your daily posts cherish all of this.
    Is this not the weekend that you will be showing your work at Fritz Farm ? When will
    you be there. I would like to drop by to say hello.

  5. Ruth says:

    You answered my question about the art show at Fritz Farm on today’s post. Thank-you.

  6. Mary says:

    i hope your students realize how very lucky they were to have you as their teacher for three
    whole years. But i bet you loved them too 🙂 Isn’t it the greatest career!

  7. Mrs. P says:

    What a wonderful experience this must have been for you…and them, too! Congratulations on all of your hard work and success!

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