‘Tween Art Journaling in the back studio!
‘Tween Art Journaling class is in full swing!
*We meet every Tuesday from 3:00-4:30 p.m.
(Marengo Elementary students get picked up afterschool by the Lost & Found racks)
*For 10-15 year olds
*$100/a month for 4 classes, all art supplies and light snack included!
**If your student brings a friend who signs up for a month, you get a free class!**
*How to create their own handmade journal
*Quick-n-easy credit card painting technique
*Ways to express themselves with funky unique writing
*Practice stenciling and stamping skills
*Cut and include ephemera from magazines, vintage books, cards, napkins
*A fun, supportive community of like-minded creative friends!
An avid art journalist myself, I’ve taught classes in my home, schools, and shops to children and adults for years. It’s a fantastic way to express ourselves safely, without fear of making mistakes or being judged. Art journaling has also been proved to be calming and centering. Personally, I love that art journaling is so portable — you can take it with you anywhere, throughout your life to store memories, thoughts, and wishes.
The ‘tween class is currently full, but it can change from month to month. Secure your student’s spot now. Please contact me: Emily
to get on the list.
We have fun and explore tons of art-making tricks. No experience necessary!
One of our first art journaling classes, back in NY. What a gorgeous mess!
You don’t need to buy anything — I have everything ! Or, you can use stuff you already have, like photographs, ticket stubs, greeting cards, stickers, magazine pictures and words — anything goes!!
One of my Wayfinding art journal pages.
Wayfinding art journal page.
One of the student’s first art journaling page! Love her candy necklace picture on the side.
One student loved washi tape.
3 Wayfinding art journals– anything goes!
The best thing about Art Journaling is that it’s not about making something “perfect” or “pretty”. It’s about making, self-expression, and sharing with friends!
One rocking’ 10 year old student’s art!
A high schooler styled this using a handmade mask.
Playing with stencils, colors, and patterns.
Email me to get on the wait list now: Emily
4th grade magic!