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The official beginning date of my online "The Thread That Weaves" workshop is January 2nd, 2013 and registration will be open until January 10. I decided to keep the price at $100.00, the early registration price.
I have been busy making sure that every part of this workshop is going to be an incredible experience for my students, who come from all over the world... Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. I can already feel their passion and creativity even though they are so far away!
See the invitation to my January "The Thread That Weaves" workshop here, or at the top of my sidebar... there is even a PayPal button to make registering easy!
Here are some brand new photographs to intice you, this is part of the book I made during the demonstrations on the videos my students will be viewing.
Just one of the most wonderful things about these books is that you can open them so that any page is spotlighted in the front.
Another thing that I love is how there are surprises underneath and behind other pages.
And the use of threads and fabric add so many tactile qualities.
These are some of the supplies we will be using:
And some ideas for extra materials you might pick up at an antique store or hiding away in a drawer or cupboard...
Recently I joined the Southern Oregon Artist Registry, SOAR, and you can read my article that I wrote for them here. I am so excited and honoured to be a part of this wonderful organization!
I also will be teaching a workshop "Land, Water and Sky" in southern Oregon at the Rogue Gallery Art Center in Medford on Saturday, January 19th, and you can read all about it and register here! Join me at this workshop and I will guide you in creating mixed medial landscapes and collages that you will love.
There are so many ways to have the artist inside of you nurtured, and one of the most important ways is from friends. I love all my friends, and I have to say that the ones I have met online have been there since I first started blogging have touched my soul, nurtured me and helped me feel connected to the world of art.
These photographs are of treasures that I have recieved from Lynne and Jacky... both who if you know them you can attest that they are treasures themselves!