Art Journaling can have an amazing, positive impact on your life as an artist or be used to put your thoughts down in a creative way.
It’s a space where you can let loose and explore with colors, shapes, lines, new techniques and writing all at once. Some journals are more free-form and expressive, others are more of a “finished” art product.
What is this one thing you need to know about art journaling? You need to know there are NO RULES! It's for ALL levels. Your art journal is a place for creative expression and 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! Join us for one of the most forgiving ways to make art!
• white gesso
• black gesso
• various acrylic paint colors
• various brushes
• matte medium
• soft gel medium
• various papers or pictures
• an art journal with mixed media paper (like the Canson 7x10 mixed media pad or the Strathmore 5.5x8.5 mixed media pad)
All-Day Workshop Info:
about the Instructor
Cappie is inspired by life. Her art may begin with just “putting paint on the canvas” or an inspiration from a trip or an Art Show or a walk around her neighborhood. “Animals and figures are 2 of my favorite subjects. I love the abstract techniques and will always start a new piece with an interesting background. I love mixed media and will include vintage sheet music or tissue or napkins I have saved from an event or bought because of the graphics.”
Cappie teaches Art 101 and Art Journaling workshops here at Art on 30th and is in Studio 8 upstairs. “Happy Cappie” hopes her art brings you joy and makes you smile.