Art journaling does not have to be expensive or complicated. Join us for one of the most forgiving ways to make art—with everything safely within your own personal book.
It’s a space where you can let loose and explore with colors, shapes, lines, and writing all at once. Some journals are more free-form and expressive, others are more of a “finished” art product on each page.
What is this one thing you need to know about art journaling? You need to know there are NO RULES!
Your art journal is a place for creative expression—where you do absolutely whatever makes you happy and toss all reservation out the window. Don’t worry about if it’s good enough—it's about enjoying the process.
Art journaling is an easy way to help you connect with your inner artist and awaken your creative gifts!
• white gesso
• black gesso,
• various acrylic paint colors
• various brushes
• matte medium
• various papers or pictures
• an art journal with mixed media paper
• gloss medium
• soft gel medium
Cappie will have some extra "stuff" you can use in the workshop for a small fee. You can purchase her grab bag of goodies for $5.
about the Guest Instructor
I’ve always loved--being creative! As a youngster I loved to draw, create with clay, weave macramé, and take photographs that I would print and frame. As I got older, my creative interests expanded to include developing nutritious cooking recipes. In 2014, I took all the photographs for, wrote the recipes and designed the cover and inside layout of my published, full-color cookbook, “Healthy Food gets Fabulous.” I also began to design and create jewelry in silver and bronze.
But I wanted more! And that’s when I found Art on 30th. At first, I tried a few “Paint Nights” but when I began taking Kate’s Intro to Abstract Acrylics class, I was hooked on painting! I have now been painting for about five years, continue to take various art classes and have my art on display in Studio 8. Come visit me!
Of all the styles of art, I really love the concept of art journaling. It’s a great way to put down your artistic thoughts, practice for larger paintings, or just have fun--being creative!