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Getting The Word Out!

by Carol Yuko on 03/25/21

     I am currently updating my website, Facebook page and Instagram account to spread the Find Art news!  I just met with a West Geauga High School senior who helped me over some technological hurdles.  I am a WG alum.  However, I was from a time period when the electric typewriter was the latest advancement.

     Gratefully, with her help, I am on an upward learning curve!  Stay tuned for more information about upcoming offerings and events at Find Art on my social media sites! 

Other Services at Find Art

by Carol Yuko on 03/24/21

    One-on-one art sessions are my primary focus. Since my building is not wheelchair accessible, I will travel to the student's private residence or group home setting. 

     I do offer group sessions at group homes or daycares. Per person cost is usually $10. I did bring art to CEVEC (Cuyahoga East Vocational Education Consortium) for 3 years, also.
     Group art projects for fun and friendship are offered. I recently hosted a Paint Your Pet gathering for a Kennel Club.  Each member sent me a photo of their pet in advance.  I transferred an outline to watercolor paper and provided all materials and a basic tutorial for mixed media. I provided snacks and beverages and 2 hours of fun was had by all!
     Group art projects for elementary and middle school children are my latest addition to the Find Art menu.  A class would be 1 hour, all materials included.  I would guide young artists toward a completed piece in mixed media. Per child cost: $15.
     As the world opens up slowly from the pandemic, creativity can thrive in more traditional ways once again! One thing I am certain of, ART NEVER LEFT THE BUILDING!

Want to discover something new? Seeking joy? FIND ART.!!!

by Carol Yuko on 03/23/21

    Find art.  This is a full sentence and a simple suggestion.  The art process can lead to the filling of gaps we all have, real or imagined.  By creating my own art or assisting others in mixed media explorations, I am both calmed and excited by the very act of art making and visual discovery.

    My autism spectrum/special needs children and adults challenge me to walk into new rooms of thought and creativity. I am not the center of the universe; I am a gentle access tool for these amazing people. 
    For almost 20 years, I have been privileged to watch the doors and windows in the minds of my students open. Art is the key.  The masterpieces are not just on paper or canvas, they are of the heart and soul.