For the Love of Paper
POST in White River Junction, Vt., offers cards, pens, notebooks and more.

For the Love of Paper

Writing a letter or note is a great way to establish a connection. By Erin WetherellPhotography by Laura Jean Whitcomb When I was a child, my favorite holiday tradition was…

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Seeing Red, Feeling Blue: Color and Emotion in Art

Written by Karen Rodis, ArtisTree Programming DirectorLesson Plan by Finnie Trimpi, ArtisTree Outreach CoordinatorPhotography by Marie Cross, ArtisTree Marketing Director When you’re little, feelings are a big deal. Children —…

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Art Smart: Black Out Poetry

Circle, cross out, scribble and doodle to create a visual piece of poetry. By Laura Jean Whitcomb I love to doodle (and Zentangle) and draw cartoons. Pinterest knows this. So…

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From Trash to Tulips

Searching for new art projects for your little ones? Just look around. Raw materials are at arm’s length By Ann St. Martin Stout Replacing an empty toilet paper roll is…

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Art Smart: From Trash to Tulips

Searching for new art projects for your little ones? 
Just look around. Raw materials are at arm’s length. Text and Photography By Ann St. Martin Stout Replacing an empty toilet…

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Art Smart: Build a Book

Text and photography by Annie Ballin Books are invaluable no matter what form they are presented to us. Online publishing is a wonderful advancement. However, let’s not forget the pleasure…

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Art Smart: Duct Tape Ducks

By Annie Ballin Last summer I developed an Artist in Residence program for the amazing kids at the Grantham Village School in Grantham, N.H. A theme of birds sparked a…

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