Special Two-Day Class!
Saturday, July 27, 2013 • 10a – 6p
Sunday, July 28, 2013 • 10a – 2p
Lunch will be offered on Saturday and there will be a supply of snacks on Sunday. Please put any special food requests into the notes when you register or email tracey [at] sunshinefactory [dot] net.
I am extremely excited about this workshop. My mind is brimming over with ideas, tips, tricks and techniques that I am eager to share with you.
In this rare two day class we will be working in an extremely unique way. If you are looking to push yourself as an artist, this is the class that you want to take. If you want to step outside of your comfort zone and explore new ideas and methods of working, this is the book for you.
We will start by working LARGE exploring a variety of techniques. As you work, you will learn how to push aside your inner critic as you create rich layers of texture, color and self expression. We’ll step back and create a portfolio journal from scratch that will bind and hold not only your pages but other possibilities as well!
Now we dive back onto the pages we started earlier to create fresh, new pages. Learn how to develop a keen eye at how you look and see your work as well as the work of others. We’ll be exploring a myriad of journal and collage tips, tricks, techniques and ideas; fixing so called mistakes; learning how to “see” by pulling out colors, shapes and patterns and learning how to create visually stunning, deeply rich personal pages.
This truly is unlike any other class that I have ever offered. You will be learning process as you create your own unique product (a visual journal!) Learn how to dialogue in your journal and how to make your pages work for you.
- small selection of favorite collage ephemera
- bone folder
- cork back metal ruler
- roll of waxed paper
- roll of paper towels OR an old rag
- permanent black inkpad
- 1″ brush to glue (I like chip or bristle brushes)
- a few of your favorite glue sticks
- an old catalog or magazine to glue on (if you don’t want to use all of your waxed paper for this.)
Kelly is an extremely generous instructor and also brings along a number of juicy and delicious supplies for her students to use in class. These include:
- rubber stamps
- gel medium
- a plethora of washi, paper and decorative tapes
- pens and markers
- all bookbinding supplies and everything necessary to make the journal and work on several pages
- collage ephemera
- much, much more.
Basically everything except the small supply list and the kitchen sink, making it an extremely affordable and not-to-be-missed experience!