Creative Art by OLLI Members
This page contain links to art works by members.
Mustang written by Fritz von Coelln emulates “The Mirror” by Sylvia Plath, reflecting and then reaching out. Originally published in“Poetry: Catch the Magic” by CLE Press, 2014.
One Human Family consists of poetry by Ruth Shapin, including “Mother Nature’s Woes,” and was published in December, 2015.
Poetry: Catch the Magic CLE Press, 2013. Experience soul, drama, heart, beauty, humor, joy, trials: 232 pages packed with hundreds of poems by 33 authors from our Poetry for Pleasure class. Click here to read “Grandma’s Matryoshka Doll” by Betty Tang.
THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE HOLY: Stories and Musings from a Lifetime of Ministry, written by Ron Baesler, The book includes journal entries, essays, poems, plays and sermons. Click here to read an essay " Joseph’s First Christmas".
John Clayton a short story by Larry Macklin.
They Called Me Pops a short story by Marilynn Bates.
ART AND CRAFTS
Genus Zantedeschia by Fritz von Coelln a photo of calla lilies captured with a Kodak Easyshare DX7590 with flash in a darkened room. Made into a poster using Photoshop with a poem around the perimeter
Musings of a Grandfather by Jack Wheatley and published December, 2015.“This is a collection of essays, letters, poems and short skits, which were written for my family and/or the Olli Follies.“
OLLI Members’ Favorite Recipies OLLI at CSU-Fullerton, 2010 • 229 pages of mouth-watering, delectable, better than anything recipes and shared moments by OLLI cooks. Celia (Reynolds) Rojas compiled OLLI member’s recipes, formatting and adding pen and ink drawings from our Drawing Class for a touch of, well, class. Click Here for a sample recipe that is one of Celia’s favorites: “Easy Chocolate Cake.”
Rollie Pollie Rap 8 1/2” x 11” soft cover children’s book by Fritz von Coelln and Illustrations by Rayleen Williams. Copyright 2013. A poem written in rap time about a child playing with a rollie pollie (sow bug). Click here to hear the author reading in rap time.
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