Upcoming Workshops & Events
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Confirmation, address and supply lists will be sent via email to the email listed on the PayPal account. Please allow one to two business days to process your registration.
“Registration fees are non-refundable but are transferable to another person for the registered class only. Transfer Fees apply.”
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If you have questions about registration or any of these classes, please contact Jana Freeman at email@example.com
Upcoming OPEN STUDIO EVENTS can be found HERE
Fantastical Fauna with Roxanne Coble
June 16, 2018
This popular art journal class takes you through the process of creating a two-page journal spread that includes an illustrated animal. What makes these animals unique however, is that they are in a state of transparency; completed with bones, organs and unique illustrative details. Through guided step-by-step instruction, we will build up an initial background layer using a variety of mixed media techniques. With our background layer complete, you will then learn how to plan, draw and fully illustrate your own fantastical fauna.
Sat. June 16, 2018 - 10am - 4pm
$105 per person
Registration closes June 8, 2018
*** WRITE the name of the workshop you're registering for in the NOTES section on PayPal.***
Roxanne Coble is a mixed media artist, illustrator, and maker of things. Known for her detailed art journaling, her work fuses both mixed media and painted illustration. Inspired by all things macabre, completed pages embrace a balance of humor and dark emotional themes – all while exploring topical events that occur within her personal life. Her work has been featured on the cover of Art Journal Magazine and more recently as a guest artist on the PBS show Make It Artsy. Currently, Roxanne is working as an artist and freelance art educator in Los Angeles, California.
Visit Roxanne's blog: by bun
Stamped Nature Bound - WAITLIST ONLY!
with Leslie Marsh
July 7-8, 2018
Over this two-day workshop, Leslie will show participants how to solder, stamp and embellish book covers, and how to bind them into a treasured book using Coptic binding - a technique that has been used since the second century.
At the same time, she will show students how to to coax beautiful prints onto paper for their pages using leaves, heat and water. While we will be dyeing paper during the workshop, Leslie will talk about how the same process can be applied to dyeing fabric, and students will dye a small piece of wool felt to make a bag to hold their book.
The skills (and handouts) students leave this technique-filled workshop with will arm them to make books of all sizes. Kits will include everything necessary to complete a 6- by 4-inch book similar as shown. Participants will have the option of emailing their own photos to be used in their covers to Leslie for sizing and printing before the workshop.
***THIS WORKSHOP IS SOLD OUT! PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL IF YOU'D LIKE TO ADD YOUR NAME TO THE WAITLIST.***
Sat. July 7, 2018 - 9am - 4 pm
Sun. July 8, 2018 - 10am - 3pm, with a private, hosted artist's reception following class
$305 per person (includes Kit Fee)
*** WRITE the name of the workshop you're registering for in the NOTES section on PayPal.***
Leslie Marsh is a collector, thing maker and photographer. From her North Carolina studio, Leslie solders and binds together books of various sizes. These books become the archives for thoughts, memories and photographs. Her passion for books includes an extensive personal collection of current and antique titles.
with Laureen Lazarovici
August 4, 2018
SoulCollage® is a gentle, intuitive, creative process that involves creating small collage cards that can be used for ongoing self-reflection, self-awareness and community building.
In this workshop, participants will take a vacation from their thinking, analyzing minds, and drop down into their intuitive knowledge to make their own deck of cards. Each collage card will represent an aspect of an individual’s personality, a guide, a challenger or an archetype at work in our lives.
While SoulCollage cards are beautiful, they are not intended to be art to hang on the wall or sell. They are just for you. Especially for artists, SoulCollage can be a welcome respite from thinking about the rules of composition, color theory and similar constraints, similarly, you don't have to be an artist to take this workshop. If you can use scissors and glue sticks, you can do SoulCollage!
Through the creative and satisfying collage process, SoulCollage® focuses on developing the whole person and bolstering confidence, inner strength and passion to be fully present.
Saturday, August 4, 2018
$100 per person (includes kit fee)
To Register: www.paypal.me/
"I am a journalist, writer and editor and have been my whole adult life. But when I was a little girl, I was fascinated by Greek mythology and imagined myself as all the different goddesses. I also made collages. Today, I now see these two childhood impulses come together in my work as a SoulCollage® facilitator. After spending decades immersed in words, now it's time for some pictures!"
Since becoming trained as a SoulCollage® facilitator in October, 2015, Laureen has worked with participants at creative self-care workshops for social justice activists and college students. She loves bringing this healing practice to those who want to benefit from self-reflection and increased self-awareness.
"Creating and working with my own SoulCollage® cards has been a calming, relaxing way to gently and playfully explore my soul's yearnings."
For more info about Laureen, follow her here:
An Adventure in Printmaking
MONOTYPE and the Spontaneous Mark
with Akua Demo Artist, Junanne Peck
September 14-16, 2018
Explore pattern and texture by experimenting with a variety of printmaking methods.Monotypes are one-of-a-kind prints using simple techniques. This workshop will provide a basic introduction to the use of the etching press with the introduction of the pin press in creating multi-layered monotypes. Artists will produce a printing plate from an original drawing or design and will become familiar with printmaking processes, tools, and techniques using non-toxic water based Akua inks. Drypoint, Monotypes, woodcuts, collagraphs and stencils will be explored. Emphasis will be on color, visual texture, line and composition.
The Prints created can be made into small books and Journal pages or can stand alone to be framed.
We will also explore Printmaking with foliage natural to the area and Compost Printmaking. Instruction and demonstration will be given on each technique. With generous Open Studio time and non-toxic inks and solvents, printmaking has something for Artist of all skill levels.
Printmaking is not a static process and the journey of printmaking is an ever evolving and changing process.
Workshop supplies provided: tools for mark making, brayers, Pin Press and Etching Press, Akua Intaglio Inks (Non- Toxic), Plexi for matrix, Xacto knife / scissors, etching needle, some paper provided, assorted collage papers, glue sticks, various threads, sewing machine. Extra Paper can be purchased at workshop.
Workshop Times: Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10 am – 3 pm
(private hosted artist reception)
Early Bird Price: $350
To Register: www.paypal.me/wayartyonder/350
***Type the name of the workshop you're registering for in the Notes section on PayPal.***
Printmaking Cedar Valley College Dallas, Tx.
Printmaking TCC, Fort Worth, Tx.
Printmaking Flatbed Press Austin, TX
Painting New Mexico State Las Cruces, New Mexico
Sculpture New Mexico State Las Cruces, New Mexico
Junanne Peck is a Demo Artist for Akua http://www.akuainks.com
Peck is a practicing artist-painter and printmaker, born in Texas and growing up in New Mexico with works exhibited in New Mexico, Oklahoma and throughout Texas. She is a teaching artist in the DISD and FWISD and also in her Studio Black Crow Press in Fort Worth, TX. Selected as a Texas Originals (TXO) Artist by the Texas Commission on the Arts. Through the Young Audiences of North Texas, Peck is actively involved with community programs that teach young people art techniques and appreciation in the DISD. She has also conducted art workshops FWISD. Peck is published in “Fiber arts” Design Book 5.
“Art is the vehicle I use to express the images that spring from my dreams and meditation, creating strength and health, which can be drawn upon to bring greater happiness and contentment to our lives. Through my art, I am constantly trying to tap those hidden resources and communicate to the viewer of my work some of those feelings of joy and expansion that they have within themselves.”
Visit Junanne at: http://junannepeck.com
"New Perspectives" Art Journaling with Susie Zolghadri
September 29, 2018
The way we interpret the world around us starts with our perspective. Changing that changes everything. At times, you need a life-changing event to spur your creativity. At other times it’s the tiniest movement, a simple word or even a leaf on the sidewalk that can spark your imagination and fuel your inspiration.
Join me as we explore this idea of “new perspectives” in our art journals using creative prompts in drawing, writing, painting, collage and more.
Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018
10am - 3pm
I was born and raised in the green mountains of Vermont. My family is filled with artists. Musicians, weavers, ceramicists, painters and photographers have all had their influence on me. I am drawn to nature in all its forms and find it frequently emerging as a theme in my work. I am an artist. Before art journaling, I began playing with fabric and making art pieces, or art quilts. I entered many quilt shows around the country. I wrote articles about my technique and process and was published in numerous magazines including several Somerset Studios publications. At a retreat for fabric arts I took a workshop on art journaling. Thus began my six year love of this personal, visual expression of my thoughts and feelings.
Art journaling led me to a desire to paint in a larger format and I am currently a mentored artist at Art on 30th under professional artist, Ari Kate Ashton. I have been juried into a multitude of shows at Art on 30th in San Diego and have work for sale at Art ‘N Soul on 101 in Encinitas. I also enjoy participating in outdoor art fairs and have been part of ArtWalk Little Italy and ArtWalk Liberty Station for the past three years. I’m currently enrolled in a professional certificate program at the University of California, San Diego titled “Art And The Creative Process”.
Every time I approach the canvas or journal page, I am ready to gain an understanding of my emotional and intellectual connection with life. There is always a reflection from within, along with the gift of clarity and purpose. I paint intuitively, letting layers of paint, fabric, collage and paper interact and unfold into a story. When I discover the story within the painting, its meaning comes into focus. When the meaning has been revealed, my painting is complete.
Visit Susie's website for more examples of her work.
Daydreams and Window Light
with Roxanne Evans Stout
October 20-21, 2018
Sat. 10-4 and Sun. 10-3
Private artist's reception following class on Saturday
Imagine creating a handcrafted artist book in which every page is a window into the story of you... either symbolically, or perhaps even a literal window that we will make out of metal, plastic or cardboard.
Our covers will be made of plexiglass, that we will sand, texture and glaze. Our inside pages will include vintage photo frames, mica and distressed metal sheets, all of which Roxanne will provide.
Join Roxanne and she will guide you in creating beautiful books with pages that are rich in color and texture, and pages that sing of the light and magic that is uniquely you!
***WRITE the name of the workshop you're registering for in the NOTES section of PayPal***
Roxanne Evans Stout lives and creates in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. The mountains and river lands that surround her home are her constant inspiration. Through her art she would like to convey the feeling of connecting, timelessness and renewal. Teaching enables Roxanne to share her passion... nothing makes her happier than helping her students discover own process of creating. Her goal is to help you find your own magic!
Roxanne's first book, Storytelling with Collage, was published in March 2016 by North Light Books. And her second book, Dancing on Raindrops, was released in July, 2017. Both are available on Amazon Books.
Meanwhile, visit Roxanne's beautiful website.
Jodi Ohl -- January 19-21
Crystal Neubauer -- February 21-24
Roxanne Coble aka "by bun"- - March 16
Erin Faith Allen -- March 22-24
Leighanna Light -- April 6-7
Lindy Trenholm -- May 4-5
Mystele -- June 22-23
Michael Shemchuk -- July 13-14
Karen O'Brien -- August 3-4
Leslie Marsh & Kim Beller -- Sept. 21-22
Elizabeth Bunsen -- October 18-20
Roxanne Evans Stout -- November 1-3
Details and registration dates coming soon!
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To register for any of these workshops, send full payment via PayPal.
Please use the notes section in Paypal to state the name of the workshop for which you're registering. Confirmation will be sent by the next business day.
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“Registration fees are non-refundable but are transferable to another person for this class only. It is your responsibility to find your replacement if you cannot attend. In the event your plans change, please notify Way Art Yonder Studio, since a wait list for the class may exist and we may be able to assist you in finding someone to transfer your seat.”