In this class I will teach you several ways of printing without the need of a press. We will explore stamp making, lino cutting, gelli plate printing, monoprinting on plexiglass and dive into some mixed media projects. We will make our own collage papers and a handmade artjournal with interesting and layered backgrounds for you to be inspired by.
Each technique has it’s own advantages and I will tell you all about them. I will also show you how I go about trouble shooting. But most importantly, this class is stuffed with fun and playful projects and tips and tricks to keep you inspired for a long time!
This class is for anyone who loves to experiment in a manner that embraces happy accidents.
This class is about preparing yourself for an emotive portrait on a large canvas with acrylic paint. We’re going to dive deep in this one. We’re going to explore expression, three kinds of media, three different substrates, composition and colour. We will start by working by close observation and later on in the process you will learn to trust your instincts and take a more intuitive approach.
This is an excellent class for people who would like to work on expression and love to experiment.
In this stand alone mixed media lesson you will be challenged to think outside the box and experiment with different ways of handling your art supplies. We will finish the lesson by creating this dynamic portrait using ink and a couple of other media.
In this lesson I will show you a fun way to let go of perfection while adding a lot of texture to your portraits. By doing this lesson you will learn how to work more intuitively and hopefuly how to let go of attachment to your portrait.
I’m so happy you are here, thank you for being with me on my first solo endeavour. In this class we will focus on expression by eliminating most colours. This way you can really concentrate on how to get the emotion you are after.
By working small we can practice more in less time. Each time we finish one of these tiny portraits; we wil learn something new. What we like, how to problem solve, how to find the right expression we’re after, and so on. When we value process over product, we can learn oh so fast and often you will end up with tiny studies that inspire you for future pieces.