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 .
Armageddon a short story by Ann Casas
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 Pop 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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