1 Quoted in “No Royal Road to Geometry” by Eileen Pennington and Geoff Faux., pub. Education Initiatives, Carden Farm, Dalston, Carlisle. CA5 71Q. 1999.
2 Richard Selzer “Confessions of a Knife.” Meditations on the Art of Surgery.” Paladin. Triad/Granada 1982. “Skin.”
3 Ibid. “Amazons.”
4 James Kirkup. “A Correct compassion” from Seven Centuries of Poetry., ed. A. N. Jeffares. Longmans, Green and Co. First published 1955.
5 “The Soulful Scientist”. Fritjof Capra. Doubleday, 2007, quoted in Resurgence Magazine 238, Sep/Oct 2006
6 ibid. “Imagination Holds the Key.” Tim Smit, creator of the Eden Project in Cornwall, U.K.
7 “A Thomas Jefferson Education”. Oliver Van DeMille. George Wythe College Press. Cedar City Utah. 2000.
8 Collected Writings on Education and Drama: Dorothy Heathcote. Ed. Liz Johnson and Cecily O’Neill. Hutchinson, 1984. Chapter on “Signs and Portents.”
9 Self spectator is not self-consciousness through embarrassment. It means that work is monitored by the self-awareness of intention to shape, selection of tools and style of construction to achieve desired purpose. Thus, the artist arises in the process of doing to create form.
10 “Phoenix” by Leo Hollis. “The Men Who Made Modern London.” Pub. Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 2008.
11 “How Computer Games Help Children Learn”. David Williamson Shalfer. Reviewed by Krause, October, 2007. Blog review