Abstraction: “But most importantly I learned more about myself”

December 24, 2014

Elaine Schmidt Abstraction Exercises ©2014 Elaine Schmidt Textiles Elaine’s website and blog. Comments from Elaine “Taking Lisa Call’s Abstraction class was a real eye-opener for me. I learned about Abstraction art and the various art movements and studied the works of the influential artists of those ‘isms’. I practiced basic design principles in relationship to […]

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Abstraction: “it has truly changed my life and the way I approach my art”

December 15, 2014

Cindy MacMillan Abstraction Exercises ©2014 Cindy MacMillan Rug Hooking Comments from Cindy “When I signed up for the Abstraction course my goal was to learn about abstract art and design principles. I am not a quilter so I wasn’t sure how much the course would actually translate to my medium of traditional rug hooking, but […]

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I expected an intense, well organized, and demanding experience

December 13, 2014

Anna Lisa Sorensen Home / Nest ©2014 Anna Lisa Sorensen Assemblage Anna Lisa’s blog   “I chose to take Working in a Series in order to take an unformed idea that had been brewing in my mind for a long time and turn it into actual artwork. I hoped to find a supportive structure and […]

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December 7 – Last Day to save 40% on selected Textile Paintings

December 6, 2014

End of Year Studio Sale Art For Sale Sunday, December 7 is the last day of my end of year studio sale. Currently the following pieces are still available: Home #54 ©Lisa Call 8″ x 8″ On stretched canvas $245 $147 Home #55 ©Lisa Call 6″ x 6″ On stretched canvas $165 $99 Home #58 […]

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See My Textile Paintings this December at 4 Exhibits

December 4, 2014

Sidekicks Installation Tracings No. XII, ©2014 Deidre Adams, 15 x 48 inches, Mixed media – textile and paper Seeking North, ©2014 Lisa Call, 17 x 46 inches, fabric, dye, thread December Exhibit Schedule This month you can see my artwork on exhibit in the following cities: Denver, Colorado Philadelphia, Pennslyvania Guilford, Connecticut Auburn, New York […]

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Seeking North – Studio Journal – December 2, 2014

December 2, 2014

Seeking North – detail ©2014 Lisa Call Studio Journal 1. What am I working on? This morning I completed the first of many textile paintings, Seeking North, inspired by my hiking in the Colorado rocky mountains this summer. This is a new direction for my work although as those familiar with my previous textile paintings, […]

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End of Year Studio Sale

November 29, 2014

As I begin work on my Colorado inspired artwork, it’s time to let go of some of my older artwork. Time for my annual End of Year Studio Sale! This is likely your final opportunity to add a small textile painting from my Dream, Home or Stillness series to your collection. Here are a few […]

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How to Create Art in a Series and Why You Should with Lisa Call

November 28, 2014

A few months back I was the guest over on Creative Insurgents.  I’ve know Cory Huff for several years as we both attend WDS (the world domination summit of course). We were chatting in Portland last summer about my views on the subject of work habits of artists and he thought I should come on […]

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Announcing my 2015 Online Art Workshop Schedule – with a new twist – Co-Active Coaching!

November 20, 2014

“Lisa you offer the best online courses. Your attention to detail, efficiency, advise and resources are over the top. You deliver everything you promise and then some.” ~Debbie Babin  What’s New? A few changes in 2015: All 1-1 phone calls have been replaced with optional coaching packages.  I’ve worked with a life coach for 6 […]

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Untethered – the search for the next thing

October 15, 2014

My Driveway     When I quit my job 5 1/2 months ago (wow time flies – there is no way it feels like half a year has gone by!) I had visions of being structured and organized and getting lots of art done in my studio. I started down that path for a very […]

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