Our Readers Share: Marilyn Fuerstenberg: “Smile”
Marilyn Fuerstenberg writes, “I have been a visual artist painting in watercolor since 1988. I have enjoyed sharing with the community. I enjoyed helping my grandkids learn how use their creativity. My 10 year old great granddaughter was getting bored with not being in school. She said she could only read so much. Not being able to share art supplies with her, I came up with using the natural products that are free. I made a few as samples. All you need are pebbles, glue, a marker, and twigs and a piece of cardboard. I used mat board.
— Our thanks to Ms. Fuerstenberg for demonstrating what beautiful artwork can be created with free materials and a lot of creativity.
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