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C’mon! You know you want to…
Believe it or not, Flag Day has always been special to me.
My parents, Theodore and Elizabeth were married on Flag Day nearly 70 years ago. They lived full, long interesting lives.
It’s very sad that the young victims of Orlando won’t get that chance.
Luckily for Doc and Turtle, this is no longer a problem. Doc’s first book is on sale and in stock! This has been a very surreal experience up to now. It’s hard to describe a coloring book about a gorilla with a monocle.
Doc MacDoodle assumed that when he got the call from the University of New Hampshire that he was to receive an honorary degree. It turned out to be something better! The Memorial Union Building (MUB) requested some poster-sized version of Doc MacDoodle’s Animals to post for frazzled students to color during finals week. Olivia Marple captured the action.
After much last minute cover shenanigans (see various permutations below) I finally finished my coloring book! It is available on Amazon now for pre sale and will be in stock on June 1o. Buy! Share! Love!
Here are some of the other versions that I considered. Apparently, Marie Antoinette butterfly had a bit too much Kardashian attitude. 🙂
Thank you to all of my pals who offered feedback on the creative process!
My first coloring book for grown ups will be available for pre-order on Amazon in May 2016!
Doc MacDoodle™ is a highly overeducated gorilla. He and his faithful lab assistants, Scuppers and Pinball, have inspired a coloring book for grown ups of all ages. Fun nature illustrations with a sense of humor are guaranteed to provide hours of coloring entertainment. Look for Doc MacDoodle’s Animals: Color Therapy for Grown Ups soon!
Doc MacDoodle™, Ph.D. has a doctorate in tintosity, coloraboration and hueman Studies with a specialty in color pencil sharpening from DoDo Online University. While he does not have a medical degree per se, he is a recognized expert in the following fields: psychotherapy, Jungian philosophy, phrenology, criminology, zoology, arachnology and many other ologies.
There is a big show of the Scheier’s work coming to Portsmouth. Check out the slideshow and timeline that I created for UNH Today. Liz Finnegan, my mom collected several of their pots from the 1940s and 50s when the Scheiers were at UNH.
There work is in many museums and was even on Antiques Roadshow!
This is one of the things that I have been working on that has caused me to neglect you all. Please accept this token of my affection.
(Scheier photo courtesy of the Currier Museum of Art. Fish pot by Ed Scheier, late 1950s-early1960s, collection of Brian and Stephanie Fischer. Face pot by Ed Scheier, 1966, collection of UNH Special Collections. Casserole by Mary and Ed Scheier, late 1940s-early 1950s, collection of University Museum.)
1. Storytelling is KING!
Rose quotes Daniel H. Pink as saying that storytelling will emerge as an enormously important aspect of future success. The new “high concept” worker will be able to “detect patterns and opportunities, to create artistic and emotional beauty, to craft a satisfying narrative, and to combine seemingly unrelated ideas into something new.”