Living in your Daily Creative Practice Journal (Single Session)

Would you like to maintain a regular (dare I say "Daily") creative practice?  Longing to "live in" your art journal or creative planner more thouroughly?

In this monthly session I will bring you some fresh ideas to use the supplies you most likely already have on hand as well as introduce some of my favorites.

We are working in the "Daily Creative Practice Journal" which I designed.  You may work in any journal you like or purchase the video to make this journal here

You can expect:

  • Guided instruction for at least 40 minutes with parallel play for the remainder of the session.
  • Prompts to engage and challenge you.
  • Connection with other creatives to share the joy of maintaining a regular creative practice.

Supply LIst: 

  • Acrylic paints (a few colors plus white and black will do)
  • Some sort of applicators for paint (sponge, brush, scraper)
  • Masking tape, post-it notes, washi tape (at least one of these options)
  • wet wipes (a damp paper towel will work but baby wipes are the bomb and a necessary staple in my studio)
  • Collage bits (patterned paper, book paper, ephemera)
  • Matte Medium
  • Gesso
  • Markers/pens that will write on painted surfaces.
  • Water soluble pencil/crayon in a neutral color (black/brown/grey/graphite etc..)
  • Texture making stamps
  • Stencils

All sessions will take place live on Zoom and will be recorded. All registered students will get a playback link if they are unable to make the live session.

Event Details

Event Date 5:00pm (PST) on Jan, 28th
Event End Date 7:00pm (PST) on Jan, 28th
Price $35.00
Location Online - Zoom
Categories Zoom - Live Online Class, Visual Journaling

Instructor Info

Andrea Chebeleu

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 intrying 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 approach learning with playful curioisty.