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Created by Jen Andrella and Selah Dow

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Talent is a pursued interest. That is to say, anything you practice you can do. Just let these leaves jump off the brush I’ll go over the colors one more time that we use: Titanium white, Thalo green, Prussian blue, Van Dyke brown, Alizarin crimson, Sap green, Cad yellow, and Permanent red. Let the paint work. Just use the old one inch brush. I guess I’m a little weird. I like to talk to trees and animals. That’s okay though; I have more fun than most people.

Even the worst thing we can do here is good. Look at them little rascals. You have to make these big decisions. We’ll throw some old gray clouds in here just sneaking around and having fun. We have a fantastic little sky! This is probably the greatest thing that’s ever happened in my life. I started painting as a hobby when I was little. I didn’t know I had any talent. I believe talent is just a pursued interest. Anybody can do what I do. A happy cloud. Clouds are free. They just float around the sky all day and have fun. So often we avoid running water, and running water is a lot of fun. Let’s give him a friend too. Everybody needs a friend. Let’s put some highlights on these little trees. The sun wouldn’t forget them.

And that’s when it becomes fun – you don’t have to spend your time thinking about what’s happening – you just let it happen. This is an example of what you can do with just a few things, a little imagination and a happy dream in your heart. A tree cannot be straight if it has a crooked trunk. There is no right or wrong – as long as it makes you happy and doesn’t hurt anyone. Just a little indication. Put it in, leave it alone.

If you hypnotize it, it will go away. It takes dark in order to show light. You create the dream – then you bring it into your world. Let’s go up in here, and start having some fun You need the dark in order to show the light. We spend so much of our life looking – but never seeing. Let’s have a nice tree right here. Let’s get wild today. This painting comes right out of your heart. Just take out whatever you don’t want. It’ll change your entire perspective.

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American Association of University Professors. (n.d.). Background facts on contingent faculty positions. https://www.aaup.org/issues/contingency/background-facts

American Association of University Professors. (2018, October 11). Data snapshot: Contingent faculty in US higher ed. AAUP Updates. https://www.aaup.org/news/data-snapshot- contingent-faculty-us-higher-ed#.Xfpdmy2ZNR4

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