This 12-week series is for you if:
In this sequel to her international bestseller The Artist’s Way, Julia Cameron presents the next step in her course of discovering and recovering the creative self. Part Two in an amazing journey toward discovering our human potential, this book shows readers how to inhabit the world with a sense of wonder. Full of valuable new strategies and techniques for breaking through difficult creative ground, this is a profoundly inspired work by the leading authority on the subject of creativity.
What to Expect:
The 12-week class format:
Group size will be capped at 16 so that we get a chance to get to know one another to offer support and encouragement.
You will need:
You may opt to select our specially curated art supply kit in the check out process to have a gift box filled with delightful goodness shipped directly to you (available to US residents only) This kit will contain supplies to use in all of the live classes and along with the weekly video lessons I send you. It is purely optional but a super exciting bonus for yourself!
January 21 is Week one
January 28 Week two
January 29 - First monthly class (4-6pm Pacific Time)
February 4 Week three
February 11 Week four
February 18 - Week five
Febuary 25 - Week six
February 26 - Second monthly class (4-6pm Pacific Time)
March 4 - Week seven
March 11 - Week eight
March 18 - Week nine
March 25 - Week ten
March 26 - Third monthly class (4-6pm Pacific Time)
April 1 - Week eleven
April 8 - Week twelve
Andrea Chebeleu is the artist and entrepreneur behind A Work of Heart Studio. A creative innovator from a very young age, Andrea enjoys a challenge and most of all figuring out how to make art with what’s on hand. As an art instructor, her greatest joy comes from leading students through a process that, on the surface, looks complex but is achieved in simple steps. Andrea's students appreciate her knowledge of materials, techniques and "try it and see what happens" attitude. Creativity comes from trying and retrying. Andrea takes the fear of trying in her approach of "first, not only." While it may be the first time you’ve tried this, it’s not your only time. Students are empowered to freely and playfully experiment without expectations.