Sunday, November 17, 2013

The Girl With The Flowers


Window (1)
Window (2)
Vase of Leaves

Its been a while, but here's a bunch of my art :D

MOOC (or Massive Open Online Course)

So I'm home-schooled and for one of my 'classes' I took this free online course with Coursera about poetry.  It was called ModPo (or Modern and Contemporary Poetry).  I loved it!!  It just ended this week and I can't wait til' next year.  It has brought poetry to a whole new level for me.  Thanks to the Proffesor and TA's (Teaching Assistant's - they should be called ATA's Awesome Teaching Assistant's) who put a bunch of their time into the course.  Not only to I get to explore poetry (which is something I honestly never thought I'd enjoy), but I also got to meet people from around the world.  So.... Yeah, I can not wait for next year.  Why don't you join me - explore poetry, learn, meet hundreds of wonderful people, get caught up in the ModPo 'Vacuum' and just plain enjoy yourself?  Go Here to join, can't wait to see you there!!

Thursday, May 30, 2013


Straight and Narrow


Jack Skellington


School Work....


Prom Night



Sketch 2

Sketch 3

Sketch 4

Racing with the Wind



The Wall

Lone Tree

Mystic Forest

Night Forest

Candle in the Dark

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Summer jobs for teens (Y.O.U.)

Youth Opportunities Unlimited is a for 14-18 year old's in Cleveland OH and sign-up starts now.  It will be like a regualar job (days detirmined by employer) and you will get payed minnimum wage.  Sound fun?  Sign up here!

Tuesday, December 11, 2012


  Kwanzaa is a week-long celebration held in the United States (and more recently, Canada) but also celebrated in the Western African Diaspora. The celebration honors African heritage in African-American culture, and is observed from December 26 to January 1, culminating in a feast and gift-giving. It is ideological, with seven core principles (Nguzo Saba): Umoja - Unity, Kujichugalia - Self-determination, Ujima - Collective work and Responsibility, Ujamaa -  Cooperative economics, Nia - Purpose, Kuumba - Creativity, and Imani - Faith. It was created by Maulana Karenga, and was first celebrated in 1966–67.This year Kwanzaa starts on Wednesday, December 26 and ends Tuesday, January 1.

  Golden Ciphers is hosting Nia (Purpose), Sunday, December 30 at Friendly (2386 Unwin Road, Cleveland Ohio 44115 - United States) from 2pm - 8pm.  There will be Vendors, Dancing, Drumming, Entertainment, Live DJ, Food.  Vendors are welcome (tables are $25).  For more information contact Golden Ciphers at (216)-574-4888


Love is like rainbows
When you find one
You hold on
-Charlotte C.