Working in a Series – And Really – What is this workshop about?

August 18, 2015

Carolyn Collins Leaf Lines ©2014 Carolyn Collins Art Quilts Carolyn’s blog   What is Working in a Series? Finding your voice. Creating a sustainable studio practice. Design. Art history. Community. Critique. Feedback. Writing. Laughing. Learning. Making. Setting Priorities. Creating. Growth. It all of that an more. When I look to describe what this class entails […]

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Design Elements and Design Principles – What’s the Diff?

August 17, 2015

Design Principles Exercises ©2015 Margy Johnson “You gave us so much information in class it will more than keep me busy through the end of the year. Having at some of the tools to be informed about choices and decisions is wonderful. I wasn’t aware how much had gone in until I was helping my […]

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Endless Horizon: 14000 feet to Sea Level

August 16, 2015

Changing Perspective | Seeing Forever  (detail) ©2015 Lisa Call 12 x 12 inches each fabric, dye, thread, wool on canvas Save the Date Endless Horizon: 14000 feet to Sea Level new textile paintings from Lisa Call September 24 – October 18 Spark Gallery, Denver, Colorado   In April 2015 I came to New Zealand fully […]

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The foundation I developed in this course will certainly stand me in good stead as I move forward with my art

August 12, 2015

Lee Sproull Design Elements Exercises ©2013 Lee Sproull Lee Sproull “Each week the workshop focused on a different design element(s) like line, value, proportion. Lecture, readings, and assignments provided many different ways to experience and learn about the particular element. Most exciting, and most helpful to me, was the chance to use one of my […]

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More Portals at Bluestone Fine Art Gallery

August 11, 2015

Portals #58 ©2015 Lisa Call 14 x 46 inches $2000 The Newest Portals As is usual, the newest pieces in  my Portals series are my most favorite.  I think Portals #58 is pretty darn cool – the yummy sherbert purple, orange and yellows against the dark deep moody sky.  The portals are welcome and glowing. […]

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Working in a Series – Join the Group or Self Paced?

August 9, 2015

Emotions ©2015 Sharon Casey Textiles Which Class to Take? I offer 2 different versions of for 2 of my online classes. For Abstraction and Working in a Series you have a choice of interactive or self-paced.   1) The interactive / group version of the classes I’ve been teaching for 5 years and they are […]

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Bigger Than Buying Underwear – and the return of MakeBigArt

August 6, 2015

MakeBigArt is back! This article first appeared on my newly revived makebigart website. If you would like to receive to future makebigart blog posts you can subscribe here: Subscribe via RSS  Subscribe via email The Money Conversation in the Head This is a story about how a comment about underwear revived MakeBigArt. Last week I […]

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First Friday at Bluestone Fine Art Gallery in Philadelphia

August 4, 2015

Portals #5 ©Lisa Call 52 x 85 inches $14500 What is Possible? I know – that is a very coachy question.  And its a good one.  Because when we answer it from a place of power we find our dreams. And when we take action we make them a reality. All we have to do […]

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Anything and Everything is Possible – The Artist Cartography Pilot Group

August 2, 2015

Fulfilling a life long dream – hiking the Milford Track, May 2015 Stepping into Empowerment Why have I worked with a coach the lasts 6 – 7 years?  Because it is the easiest way for me to remain connected to the idea that anything and everything is possible.   Staying connected with the empowering belief that […]

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Intentional Piecing – My Only How-To Workshop

July 26, 2015

Intentional Piecing Assignment Exercises ©2013 Ana Tims Textiles Intentional Piecing For the first time in 2 years I am going to be teaching my one and only technique based class online (with some new video footage – shot in my studio in New Zealand). Would you like to learn how to cut and piece without […]

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