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This week in the studio March 15 March 15, 2009

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Oh so many opportunities for YOU to come in and be creative.  Need a little pick-me-up?  Time in the studio is truly theraputic….check out what you can do this week…

jv_soulcollage1Sunday 10:30-12:30  SoulCollage with Julie Valentine.  This workshop focuses on Extreme Self-Care.  What a gift to yourself!  I have been participating and believe my life is better for the time I’m giving myself.  Join us today or any of the following sessions:  March 29April 19, or May 3

pe_lentil1Sunday 1-5p Art Clay Silver Lentil Beads:  Learn how to make fantastic hollow form beads with the uber-talented Pat Evans, a certified senior level Art Clay Silver instructor.  Click here to register or sign up for her “Gift from the Sea” class in April

seedpaper1Monday continues our National Craft Month with handmade seed paper. Have you wanted to learn how to turn your junk mail into beautiful handmade paper.  Come for this mini workshop on Monday from 6:30-7:30 and do just that.  Next week we’re making aluminum can jewelry!

atcbook1Tuesday is all about the Artist Trading Card background techniques from Bernie Berlin’s book.  This week we’re using Magazine paper in many different ways.  Join us for any of the Tuesday night sessions to learn techniques that translate into many forms of paper arts.  Click here to register for Tuesday’s 6:30 pm session.

beeswaxacrylicTuesday at 8 is Beeswax Collage:  Using nothing but beeswax as the adhesive you will create a layered piece of art to hang or display.  Click here to reigster.

la_sweetWednesday from 11am-2pm we have a special guest instructor!  Lance from Rusty Pickle will be here to teach a mini book class titled :  All Things Sweet.  Click here to register.  Space is limited to 6 so register now to be sure you have a space or at least a kit if you can’t make it to class.

acrylicbackgroundsWednesday at 7pm we’re working with my favorite techniques creating acrylic backgrounds.  Click here to register for this class full of painty goodness.  This class is inspired by techniques used by  Traci Bautista, Chrysti Hydeck & Kelly Kilmer.

abw1Thursday at 6:30 join us as we explore Altered Books with the guidance of Bev Brazelton‘s book “Altered Books Workshop.”  This week we’re cutting windows and doors into our book pages.  Come empty handed to your first session and create something fantastic.  Click here to register (this class has been filling up so if you want to join in register soon)

Saturday Night is the night to craft the night away during our Craft Rave.  Bring a project or start one here.  You’ll have full access to the studio tools and many supplies to inspire creativity.  Click here to register.

Sign up for any or many of these classes to support your local small business owner!

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1. Kelly Kilmer - March 15, 2009

I’m confused. No one employed there ever took my classes nor did I give anyone permission to teach techniques learned in my workshops. What is going on?

aworkofheart - March 16, 2009

Hi Kelly, I’m so sorry if you interpreted this in any other way that the totally complimentary way I intended it. If you remember, you taught here in my studio 18 months ago (at a Hannah Grey event.) I’m sure you agree that creating backgrounds using acrylic paint is an addictive process and I love to incorporate the techniques from all of the outstanding artists I’ve had the pleasure of being exposed to. I linked to your blog to spread the love of the craft and expose our readers to your inspiration. -Andrea

2. gwen dapper - March 15, 2009

that seed class looks fun! i hope you do it again over the summer.


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