Category Archives: Color

Passionately playing like a girl to help the team

                    Play like a girl In the fall of 1974, I couldn’t wait to climb “lib slope” on Cornell’s campus with my hockey bag over my shoulder on my way to the famous Lynah rink. So what if it was 5:00 AM and freezing cold! I […]

Now is the time to buy great art

              Paint Bangor and live wet paint auction Every year the Bangor Art society hosts a “Plein-air” paint-out in Bangor. Plein-air is a term that means a process of painting out of doors. This is when an artist sets up her easel with a canvas outside and creates a […]

How to help after a hurricane

                Fearing the unknown My late father’s home in Lehigh Acres, Florida sustained a direct hit by hurricane Irma last month.Even though, I was in continuous contact with neighbors before during and hours after the eye passed through the little town, my family was worried about possible destruction. […]

How to embarrass yourself without really trying

Don Cookson of WZON radio station interviews Teddi-Jann Covell this week in Bangor, photo by Deb Neuman Being president means embarassing moments Little did I know, that when I was elected president of the Bangor Art Society I would end up in front of a camera, in front of a local radio station microphone and in front of […]

What to do now if you looked at the eclipse

                              I, like many other folks around the country, watched the solar eclipse this week with excited anticipation. My husband and I were with about 100 other people at Schoodic Point at Acadia National Park in Winter Harbor, Maine. We did […]

What to Do When You Lose A Loved One

Sadness and Summer Time Blues                           How many people think their dad is like superman, invincible, and will never leave? I don’t care how old you are, I thought my dad would never die, and neither did he! So when it happened, despite […]

Dont Be A Fool Love April Art

My footsteps on OHS football field next to my home in Orono, photo by Teddi-Jann Covell

April’s Art of Baseball It would be “foolish” to ignore all the signs of spring, even though snow may be falling and covering the tiny blossoms. Look around and I will help you discover vernal season evidence with an artful twist to brighten your spirits!                       […]

The History of the Color Green in Maine

“Top of the Morn’in to Ya!” Today is the day for the “wearing of the green”, an Irish St. Patrick’s Day tradition for many “Mainahs.” As a former Baxter State Park artist in residence I love green and find that this hue presents itself in most of my work. Therefore, I decided to highlight this […]

What Are Big Girl Panties and Who Wears Them

  As a female professional artist, business owner, and book illustrator nothing aggravates me more than seeing the short sighted phrase, “put on Big-Girl panties” used toward women. Just what does this mean? I will “frame” the following response with factual references and personal experiences for everyone to learn from. Statues Don’t Wear Underwear Erected on Wall […]

Can you Imagine Art and Life Without Women

“Women’s Rights are Human Rights” – HRC, painting by Teddi-Jann Covell, 16″ x 20″, oil on canvas Art without Women March is Women’s History Month. Today is International Women’s Day and it’s “A Day Without Women Strike”. Today, women, if possible, are to remain home, not work or shop so that the world can realize […]