Where's Art? with Annie Dugan: bring back the smoke break (as an art break)

Jul 27, 2020

Credit Adam Swanson

There are several ways to get an art break in your day this week.

One is a real, live, in-person (albeit masked and physically-distanced) art opening, as Adam Swanson's new exhibit at the Great Lakes Aquarium takes a look at animals on the federal threatened and endangered species lists.  The Mirrors by Adam Swanson art reception opens tomorrow (Tuesday, July 28) at 6:00pm.

Another way to take a break is to follow the suggestions of ceramist Yuko Nishikawa:  What Happened to My Mood When I Started Painting Once a Day

And if you really want to annoy/unnerve your kid, there's always this little exercise from New Yorker cartoonist Emily Flake:  How to Draw a Child

Photo Caption: "My Real Name"

Rusty Patched Bumblebeehttps://www.adamswanson.com/2020/my-real-name