Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Sketchbook Journaling 101 at Summerhill Studio

Have you always wanted to learn how to sketch, but didn't know where to begin? 
Have you longed to try painting with watercolors? 
Well, here's your chance to get started...

Sketchbook Journaling 101
8-week class
Saturdays, April 5 through May 24, 2014
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
at Summerhill Studio
Ruff Creek, PA
Cost: $90.00

This fun-filled, no-pressure workshop will start you off with simple materials and easy techniques to begin drawing the world around you. Then we'll jump into the wonderful world of watercolor and play around with mixing, glazing, and spattering. To add some pizzazz to your sketchbook pages, I'll give you lots of great ideas for page layouts, borders, and lettering styles.
 
Sketchbook journaling is all about recording a slice of life, not painting a masterpiece. It's about being creative and noticing the little things that we too often pass by. This class will give you the tools you need to confidently express yourself and record slices of your life on the pages of your sketchbook journal. Even if you haven't drawn or painted since grade school, my hints and tips will help you to conquer your insecurities and start having fun with art again. 

We'll be meeting in my spacious studio in Ruff Creek, PA
just minutes from I-79 and Waynesburg, PA
Summerhill

 I hope you can join us - space is limited, so sign up soon!

Email me for more information
and to register

7 comments:

  1. I wish I lived closer to you! This sounds like a wonderful class! :)

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    1. I wish you did, too, Colleen! And you know how much fun a class at Summerhill can be, right? Those were good times...

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  2. Sounds like a fun workshop. I am presently in Myrtle Beach taking Jerry Brommer's stained paper collage.

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  3. Your course looks like so much fun Leslie! Wish I lived closer...the same country would help :)

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  4. I would be there in a heartbeat Leslie, except I just Googled Ruff Creek PA and found it's 327 miles away from me (in Bucks County, PA). :o(
    Dorothy

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    1. I'm thinking of offering a two- or three-day workshop sometime in the future, Dorothy. That would make it more doable for you. You're not the only one who's mentioned that they'd like to come but live too far away.

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  5. Wish I lived close to you!! I would love to take that.

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