Author: Jenny Mark

  • White Lily

    This painting is a new experiment for me, where I took a photo of a white lily I had seen and converted it into an artistic interpretation. I chose to leave the stamens out of the flower to keep the flower pristine and perfect – white, with a hint of blue. I tried a new…

  • The Smoking Guitarist

      This painting turned out much better than I had anticipated, and I really love how it can sit either on its side or upright. I took an image of a guitarist, and made it my own. The proportions of her body were difficult, but I think they came together very nicely hear, making me…

  • 2019 Positive Feedback Repository

    Since early 2018, I realized how important it was to remember the positive aspects of teaching and what I am doing for my students. It’s easy to get bogged down by questions, complex issues, and the repetitiveness of grading, which is why I created my positive repository to help me remember all of the good…

  • 2018 Positive Feedback Repository

    It’s hard to remember sometimes why I put in so many hours grading, with all the tedious time I put into giving detailed and constructive feedback to help my students grow and develop as individuals for my class, their future courses, and their future careers. Therefore, this page is a repository for me to remember…

  • The Mouse at Sea

    The cat could see a mouse floating on a piece of wood in the sea. He couldn’t wait to meet this little morsel – a piece of meat was all he could think. “Come here,” he shouted aloud to the little mouse. “Let me save you.” Given his predicament, the mouse allowed that maybe the…