Are you someone who loves the concept of Art Journaling? … selecting a beautiful journal and nifty set of travel paints and taking off to lovely locations to paint on site? However, once you get there, do you sometimes feel challenged with where to even start? And how do you “layout” the images with room for a title and description?
If these questions resonate a bit, then this is the series for you! In each hour-long excursion to a fun and unique place, I’ll be teaching and demonstrating: Starting principles, color theory, interesting page layouts and lettering to add the finishing touches. Whether you’re a seasoned art journaler or a beginner, there are always some valuable new tips to try and always new sites to explore. So grab your journal and paints and “join me” as I hit the road.
First in the "On The Road" series: A Visit to the Olive Grove
(How do you make THAT interesting??)
We will be covering:
· Painting trees (form and capturing the subtle color of olive trees)
· Painting skies
· An easy page composition that can be used in multiple ways
· A fun handlettering alphabet, compatible with multiple subjects