For the next few weeks we are running a series called Art Camp at Home. We are scouting out online art workshops that you may have missed and posting them here.
This week’s recommendation starts April 1 and is less than $5.00 per class!
21 Secrets Art Journaling Workshop is celebrating it’s 5th year with a new, more user-friendly format with
21 well-known and delightful teachers.
Ardith Goodwin, DeAnne Olguin Williamson, Effy Wild, Erin Faith Allen, Galia Alena, Jane Cunningham, Jeanette House, Jes Belkov Gordon, Juliana Coles, Julie Gibbons, Katie Kendrick, Lisa Cheney, Lisa Hofmann, Lisa Sonora Beam, Liz Lamoreux, Natasha White, Petrea Hansen-Adamidis, Rachel Ellen Andrews, Roxanne Evans Stout, Tara Weaver, Tara Wagner,
Teaching 21 new classes.
“When I did 21 Secrets, I found the classes to be made with excellent videos of basic and unique art journaling techniques that benefit artists of ALL levels. The community generated by the commenting and Q & A with the teachers is life-long and fulfilling in itself.” – Lori Wostl
As always your questions and ideas are welcome – please use the comment feature. If you include an email addie – you will be answered personally. And if you are nearby – let me know and we may enjoy that glass and that class together.
Drop everything right now and mark your calendar!
For the next few weeks we are running a series called Art Camp at Home. We are scouting out online art workshops that you may have missed and posting them here. We have a vague fantasy of you inviting friends over, watching the class (es) and making art while snacking and chatting together. How ever you choose to play – do stop right now and mark your calendar!
The LIVE class starts this Monday – March 3!
7 consecutive classes of LIVE Julie Fei-Fan Balzer for FREE!
Julie will be holding a short class each day from Monday March 3, through Sunday March 9.
The classes will be broadcast at different times so you can participate no matter where in the world you live!
These classes start next week – get out your calendar and mark the times NOW!
Here is what Julie says:
“I’m going to be hosting a free live stencil lesson every day next week! You’ll be able to see the video and ask questions and there might even be a giveaway or two! Here’s the calendar of dates and times:”
If you need a world clock for help converting the time, click here.
How does Stenciling Live work? Easy peasey, let me walk you through it!
Each of the classes has a unique url (and subject), which I’ve listed below:
Here’s what else you need to know:
- You can read a description for each of the classes if you click on the link to the class.
- To view a class, all you need to do is click on the link.
- To participate in the class — there is a chat box that runs alongside the video — you will need to create a FREE sign-in on the Spreecast site. Once you’re signed in, you can ask questions and talk with the other students, my Mom (she has kindly agreed to moderate the chat), and me.
- Please note: In order to win any of the stencils in the giveaways, you’ll need to be signed in.
- If you can’t attend a live class, don’t worry. All the classes will be recorded and posted to this blog!
To read the entire post and see Julie’s new stencils click on this link!
Back to Lori
As always your questions and ideas are welcome – please use the comment feature, if you include an email addie I will answer you personally. And if you are nearby – let me know and we may enjoy that glass and that class together.
For the next few weeks we will be running a series called Art Camp at Home. We will be scouting out online art workshops that you may have missed and posting them here.
Teesha and Tracy Moore, renowned mixed-media husband and wife team, have pooled their resources from years and years of art workshops, fests and friends to come up with The Artstronauts Club!
Through the club they send out a continual stream of ideas, instructions and inspiration. If you join by the month it costs $5.00 per month. Each additional increment after that has a substantial discount i.e. I joined for a year for $45.00. I am never able to get through every bit of information and I have more time than most.
VIDEO HOW-TO’S FROM ME:
BINDING A JOURNAL
PAINTING BACKGROUNDS IN A JOURNAL
SECRETS OF COLLAGE IN A JOURNAL – 5 PARTS
SHADING IN A JOURNAL – 3 PARTS
MAIL ART & ARTISTAMPS
DECORATING YOUR COVERS
ORGANIZING YOUR STUDIO
PAPER FABRIC MY WAY
TRACY’S VIDEO HOW-TO’S INCLUDE:
SCANNING NEGATIVES AND BATCH PROCESSING
MAKING BIG WALL PRINTS
ODD JOURNALING ON THE GO
WOODBURNING ON LEATHER / WOOD
AND VIDEOS FROM THESE ARTISTS:
NOT TO MENTION:
DOWNLOADABLE COLLAGE SHEETS
It’s just $5 a month. Click here
At our October Art Camp for Women we did casual Art Journaling in the evenings. It wasn’t a course or a class so there was no prepared handout.
So – as promised – here are some resources to get started or to move forward in your Art Journaling.
For the basic formula of a page click here – you know – backgrounds, borders and a focal image.
For inspiration and very reasonably priced online classes:
Lori in Julie’s class in Chicago in 2010
Julie, Lori and Lorri – out to dinner. Ft. Collins Feb. 2013
Lori with Kelly Kilmer. Yes I know my eyes are closed-2013.
A free set of 22 prompts – enough to establish art journaling as your daily habit:
Soul Journaling with Sarah Whitmire
For supplies online:
Best Stencils and Hard-to-Find items: Artistcellar
Best Pen selection: JetPens
Best Prices and shipping efficiency: Dick Blick
Most Coupons: Michaels
Okay! This should be enough to get you going. Remember to start small with what you have.
Art Journaling Class Day 1 - Mini Camp
Finally everyone was ready to go, we already had Yoga, a walk and a great breakfast and everyone arrived at Art Journaling class, dressed and ready to go!
We made some practice covers and then jumped right in to explore some new mixed-media toys, i.e. Derwent Inktense Blocks, Dylusions Ink Sprays and water brushes.
Lori W demonstrating Derwent Inktense Blocks
One side of the table started out using the color blocks and the other side started with the Dylusions Ink Sprays.
Dylusions Ink Sprays
Laurie, Anna and Tania get lesson in using the ink sprays
We started painting backgrounds for pages while our practice covers dried and then we put down the first layer of molding paste on the real thing!
Collage of Covers
Then we went to lunch leaving the covers to dry overnight.
In the afternoon the Campers went to Fabric Arts Disperse Dyes with Lorri Flint.
Ginny with Art Journal, Molded, painted and collaged!
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