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Life in Quarantine: What Has Helped Me

As some places are opening (hooray!) and some places remain closed, we are still finding ourselves wanting to get something out of this season. Many people are taking time off work and relaxing while others are still struggled to find some kind of peace in the midst of all this craziness. Whichever boat we are in, we are just trying to keep it afloat. Throughout this whole quarantine, I personally kept working as I am an essential employee. And trust me, I have been searching for new kinds of peace and satisfaction. In this blog post, I will be talking about some things that have been in my boat keeping me afloat, and I hope that you find them useful and place them in your boat as well. The

New Intern: Meghan Frabell

Hello! My name is Meghan Frabell and I am one of the new summer interns at Art House! I am going into my senior year at Kent State University with a major in Visual Communication Design and a minor in Advertising. Since the very beginning, art has always been my passion, be it drawing pictures or writing stories as a kid, to becoming a design student with a focus in illustration. I love to create dynamic characters and paint landscapes in my free time and do many more pieces outside of that. From digital animation and sketching to brochure design, there is so much to learn and explore when it comes to this field. Art truly has no bounds! I always wanted to be an artist and I can’t wait to sh

You don't need expensive products to make good art!

Do you ever find yourself wishing that you had the most expensive art supplies so that you can create "good" art? Or thinking to yourself "If I just had those (fill in the blank), my art would look so much better." Well think again! Believe me, I find myself thinking these things too from time to time. Most of the time when we see those social media posts or watch those Youtube videos of artists using an expensive product, we think, "My art will look just as good as theirs if I had that $150 watercolor palette." But in all reality, you do not need high-end, expensive art supplies to produce good art. Technically, you do not even need art supplies to produce good art! You can use anything tha

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