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  • *NEW Art Journaling - Playing with Paint to tell our Truth and Story (Ages 12 and up)

    Visual art journaling is a fun, new way to journal your experiences and tell your story as you tap into your creativity. Combine this with some simple techniques for capturing thoughts and ideas and you have the making of your own personal art journal. We will use simple techniques with pens, watercolors, and other mediums to create a journal. You could even make your own journal in the Star Journal bookmaking class (AAM205A) and use that for a completely unique and personalized item. Your journal can be a sketchbook, repurposed book, or self-made book, using paper, paints or collages. It can include both text and images from photos, sketches and other sources -- the possibilities are endless. Your journal can be used for goal setting, journal spilling, exploring the past or future, or logging your travels. Join this four-session class and start journaling. This workshop is designed for everyone to have fun with paint and pens. We will focus on pen and ink, pencil and watercolor techniques and methods. You bring the anticipation and sense of adventure! Classes will be conducted by Zoom and you will be emailed the link. This is a LIVE class, which is recorded for your enjoyment and review. If you ever have to miss a class, you can always check back later to watch what you missed and practice at your own pace. The live format, allows for meeting so many people all over the world each week in my home. Live classes allow the student to interact with the instructor and each other for specific feedback.
  • *NEW Playing with Paper - Star Book (Ages 12 and up)

    Create a unique Star Book with artist and designer Anne Kaese. Fold, cut and glue to create your own unique artists book from a selection of paper, ephemera and card. You could also build your own cards, photos or postcards into the design. A selection of basic skills will be demonstrated to help you bring your ideas to life. No experience necessary. Classes are 90 minutes long with 30 minutes afterwards for open Q&A and working. They will be conducted by Zoom. This is a LIVE class, which is recorded for your enjoyment and review, then uploaded to a folder. If you ever have to miss a class, you can always check back later to watch what you missed and practice at your own pace. The live format, lets us meet so many people all over the world each week in a home setting. Live classes allow students to interact with the instructor and each other for specific feedback. Supplies:Cardboard, card stock, decorative papers, photos or ephemera, glue stick or double sides tape, scissors or exacto knife, ribbon, and then decorative items if you have them like stamps, buttons, metal work, flowers, whatever.
  • *NEW Warming it up with Watercolor

    Surrounded by snow and ice? Let’s think of warm things. "Tropical Heat" is the theme . Join in to paint things tropical and hot, lush and green, sunsets and oceans with a focus on the warm colors on your palette. Supplies needed include pencils, eraser, watercolor paints, brushes and supplies, watercolor paper, and a thin waterproof pen.
  • Origami Boxes (Ages 12 and up)

    Description: Origami Boxes for Easter treats are a simple way to fold paper into intriguing and practical boxes for small gifts, notes or keepsakes. Join us for a 60 minutes Zoom class to fold paper and enjoy the process of creating a 3D object from a flat sheet of paper. Supplies needed: 2 sheets photocopy paper, 2 sheets of nice paper, scissors, ruler, pencil, bone folder or butter knife.