August 27, 2008


Greetings to all you on the other side of the screen! I've really enjoyed blogging about all things art, and hope to continue for a long time to come! You may have noticed that I have a site meter on my site. Through this tool, I know that people from all over the USA & WORLD have stopped by for a visit at ART WITH MR. E. Many have been brought here through Googling an art related topic(like Art Room Bulletin Boards or Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists). If you would be so kind, leave a comment and let me know where you are, who you are, & what you do. If you have an art related website...leave the address!!! I'd love to know who stops by for a visit!! Also, if there are some topics you'd like me to cover on my blog...LET ME KNOW! Thank you for visiting!!! Artfully Yours, Mr. E BEEP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  1. Hi Mr. E!

    I just wanted to stop by and say hi from a wee town in Northern Ontario, Canada. While I was a high school art teacher for about 6 years, I took 4 off after having my daughter. I also changed towns and school boards. I only found out about two weeks ago that I will be the Itinerant Arts teacher at the local elementary school ( K to 8). I went into panic mode at the thoughts of creating a large amount of bulletin boards to welcome students in less than a week... let alone lessons! Your website is FABULOUS and the ideas were a godsend! I admit I've "borrowed" some of your ideas to get me started, and I have already planned a shopping trip to a major nearby city to buy some fabric and begin my coloured collection to rotate. Keep the site going, as I'm sure I am not the only one to benefit from such a great resource. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!!

  2. Hello from Prince George's County, Maryland! I'm an art teacher currently divided between 3 different elementary schools. I gave up a Department Chair position in a high school for this, and I've never looked back!

    I think what I'd love to see most on your site are examples of really cool art lessons so I can steal ... um ... borrow them, as well as creative solutions to problems you've encountered.

    Keep up the good work - we need more art teaching bloggers!

  3. Hi Mr.E
    I came to your blog via a comment you left on an old post at Art Projects For Kids. I am in the United Kingdom, homeschooling my 10 year old daughter. We both LOVE art!! I am always looking for new ideas on the art & craft blogs, and I am impressed with your's. Thank you for sharing your ideas and resources :o)