|Sketching and Watercolor: Journal Style by Jane LaFazio|
- Sketching & Watercolor: Journal Style online class starts March 21. The 6 week class is perfect for beginners or those who want to keep up a sketchbook practice. (This is a rerun of the class.)
- Jane is teaching at CREATE mixed media retreats in Southern California, Chicago and New Jersey.
- JaneVille Etsy online shop
- Blue Mountain Nature Journal, Red Thread Retreat May 16-19, in Knoxville, MD
|Sketchbook page by Jane LaFazio|
Join Jane LaFazio and I at the Red Thread Retreat. Just 3 spots left at this exclusive 4 day Blue Mountain Nature Journal sketching retreat in western Maryland, May 16-19, 2013. Details HERE.
Join Jane Davies and others at Art and Soul in Kansas City, April 3 - 6. Check out my post on the retreat here. In addition to my day and evening workshops I will be offering a free one-hour session on The Art of the Postcard on Thursday evening 5 - 6 between classes.
Judy Coates Perez
I'd like to tell you about several multi day surface design classes I’m teaching this year in some very special places.
June 7-9 Summer Quilt Camp, 2 day, La Grange, TX
October 4-19 Painting and Surface Design Exploration, 16 day cruise with 6 full days of classes
April 24, 2013
"Birds of a Feather"
Art & Soul Retreat
Virginia Beach, VA
August 21-27, 2013
Build a Book of Italian Memories
Sulmona, Italy @ Abruzzo School of Creative Art
Important dates to remember: December 1, 2012: Call for art shoes issued February 15, 2013: online registration opens March 15, 2013: submission deadline
You can alter your shoes in any way you like but you may not cut the heel off to create a flat shoe. Cut, drill, manipulate, string beads, draw, cover, paint, collage etc. the surface of your shoes. Your only personal artistic style and/or the skies the limit. The artwork cannot exceed 4" beyond the shoes. The high heels don't have to be wearable, but more like art pieces that stand on a table and they must be able to stand on their own without props.
All of your embellishments must be firmly attached to the shoes so that nothing will fall off when they are shipped to their buyer. Visit the Kick off Your Heels blog here for more information.