My cheeks are still hurting from all the smiling at The Ink Pad yesterday, where I taught "Stencils & Silhouettes" to 20 fabulous women. The smiles started as I unloaded my car - Robin Amy Bass - a "regular!" caught me as the wind whipped me around and threatened to topple my carton of class kits. Luckily, my mom was along to help me out!
Stencil Girl Products were in the house, as well as my Gelli Plate, thanks to Sandy! Thanks again Robin for the pics!
And the finished works were beautiful! Here's a sampling as I did not get around to get individual photos of everyone:
I am so grateful to all the students in the class, for making it such a joyous experience, and to The Ink Pad - fabulous hosts as always!
My next few teaching gigs are in my home studio. You can join in the fun at Mixed Media with Jessica Sporn at Meetup. You have to join Meetup to see the info - but it's free to join and then you'll get news of upcoming home studio classes.
And then in October, I'll be at Art is You in Stamford, CT.
If you haven't been to Art is You before, you must check it out. It is fun, supportive, nurturing, inspiring and more! I'll be teaching two workshops - one on Thursday, October 9th with tons of gelli printing and stenciling culminating in a citiscape or skyline, called "The Sky's the Limit:"
and another on Friday, October 10 where we'll make an altered book memory keeper:
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