One Badass Art Journal is back for 2017 and I am so thrilled and honored to be apart of it this year! This art journaling course hosted by the fabulous Tiare Smith, is perfect for art journal lovers and mixed media artist as well. One BADASS art journal designed to encourage you to embrace your inner BADASS and empower you to create your very own BADASS art journal.
The class will be guided by 14 amazing instructors, including yours truly, who will share some great art journaling and mixed media tips and techniques.
Follow along on our blog hop to learn more about these amazing and talented artist.
I'll show you how to incorporate color and texture into your art journal pages. We'll explore the concept of storytelling and discover together how intuitive art journaling can be an empowering way to express your inner BADASS.
Class begins on February 6th but, you can SIGN UP now!!! Use the special code URBADASS
and receive 15% off registration! I hope to see you there, its going to be BADASS!!!!!!!
I am so thrilled to announce that I will be teaching in ONE BADASS Art Journal 2017! This course is hosted by the amazingly talented Tiare Smith of Tiare Smith Designs and I can't tell you how excited I am to be apart of it!
The course begins on February 6, 2017 however, you can register NOW!
Click on this link for more information and to sign up. Hope to see you there!
I haven't always been a nature lover. However, when I moved to Germany almost 9 years ago, I feel immediately in love with the landscapes here. Germany has so much green space, even in the cities. My husband and I went to Bayern over the summer to hike. We hiked up three mountains, something I never imagined myself doing! The views were amazing and I was inspired!
This past year I've noticed that along with tea cups, landscapes have become an integral part of my work. Because my paintings are created intuitively, I never really paid attention to how often landscapes appear in my work.
"Hedge Of Protection"
"Sitting With The Moon"
"The Garden Of Phenomenal Women"
This is my most recent painting featuring landscapes. It's called "Balance".
I spent last week just focusing on landscapes. I would like to try to interpret them using other mediums besides paint. These two painting studies are still in the experimental stages but, I really like where they are going. I've been playing around with fabric, paper, found materials and of course, glitter.
I've also been playing around in my sketchbook with some ideas which I will bring to canvas one I feel more comfortable with my process. I'm really excited about what could be a new direction for me. I can already imagine a series of these sweet little paintings.