Mixed Media Art Journal COURSES
"I took two sessions of Lynette's mixed media journaling class and really enjoyed them. We did something different every week and she teaches a lot of techniques in each every class. It was fun and I walked away with useful information. I will definitely take her classes again!"
Creating an art journal can be both fun and therapeutic.Through the process you can release your inner thoughts and express your creativity while creating a beautiful keepsake. There is no right or wrong and you don’t need a lot of space or a lot of time. But the rewards are great. In each 5-week session, you’ll learn that mixed media has great versatility and provides a rich experience in exploration and creativity. Under Lynette’s guidance, you will complete one spread (generally two pages) during each class, focusing on a new technique or theme each time — always interesting, different and allowing you to focus on your vision. Supply fee includes use of all materials needed to complete weekly projects plus a custom-made blank Journal and an altered book Journal.
Meets for 5 weeks, 3 hours per class. Limited to 6 students.
NOW ENROLLING FOR FALL 2017!
- Fall 2017 Session I: Sept. 12, 19 (skip Sept. 26) Oct. 4, 10, 17
- Fall 2017 Session II: Oct. 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21
- Meets: Tuesday Afternoons, 1-4 p.m. for 5 weeks
- Fee: $195.00 per 5-week session, includes all supplies and use of tools etc. to complete projects!
- To enroll contact Linda at 830-221-7676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lynette Clauser is an award-winning artist and respected instructor, and has taught all levels of students from basic through advanced. While she is widely known for her work in stained glass, Lynette is well versed in different mediums, including pastels, glass fusing/jewelry making, paper making, encaustics and mixed media art journaling. She has studied with nationally recognized instructors and received awards from the Texas Pastel Society and the New Braunfels Art League. Lynette will be offering both classes for adults during the Fall, Winter and Spring, and will be teaching in Summer Art Camp programs at the new Wimberley home for Casa de Linda Art Studio. In addition to being an artist and instructor, Lynette also has for many years generously donated her time by organizing the annual NBAL Children’s Art Show every February.