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Magical Northern Lights

Aurora Borealis, better known as the Northern Lights, is a magical-like display of colors in the night sky. These nighttime light shows are usually seen in areas of the world that are in the northern hemisphere and close to the North Pole. It is rare that we will experience a Northern Light...

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Winter Wonderland Snowflake Mobiles

Snowflakes come in all different shapes and sizes, and it has been said that no two snowflakes are the same—however they all do share one thing. All snowflakes have six sides because they are made of water molecules which are in the shape of a hexagon! As the water molecule passes through the...

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Night Train Masterpiece

Gather up some old scrap paper and join us in making a mixed media collage made of simple shapes featuring a train traveling on a very snowy night.
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Fall Foliage Designs

Autumn is a magical time to explore the outdoors. Crisp air and moderate temperatures lure us outside, and vibrant, changing colors in the foliage dazzle us as nature becomes a spectrum of color.

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Fritz Eichenberg & The Art of Printmaking

The German artist and illustrator Fritz Eichenberg was a master of many printmaking techniques that allowed him to take his intricate designs and multiply them manifold. Indeed, Eichenberg studied printmaking at the Academy of Graphic Arts in Leipzig and started work as an illustrator even as a...

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