Show and Tell is back . . .yay!


Pueblo – 5×7″ collage – Lyn Belisle

Think of one of those art workshops that features fantastic artist who show you how to do cool stuff and charge you a ton of money . . . now, forget the money part. At the second Show and Tell from 2-4 at the Studio tomorrow, you’ll get to see some amazing demos and tips from artists who are sharing with all of us just ’cause they love it! If you need further encouragement, here’s a video from the first S&T last month.

Sherry Christensen, Fiber Artist - wrapped and sewn construction

Sherry Christensen, Fiber Artist – wrapped and sewn construction

At that last Show and Tell, I learned so much about Citra-solv papers from Bonnie and Rosemary that it inspired me to try some new collage techniques. You can see the results in these pics – I love this altered paper. Bonnie will be back tomorrow, and so will Michelle Belto, Sherry Christensen (detail of her beautiful work in photo on left) and other super-creative people to show us lots of new ideas. And even I will demo – I’ll show you the simple transfer process that we did in the last workshop. It involves nothing more than wax paper and an inkjet printer. Honest!

Strata - 5x7" collage - Lyn belisle

Strata – 5×7″ collage – Lyn Belisle

Come to the Studio from 2-4 p.m. tomorrow to get great ideas, network with other interesting people, or bring ideas of your own – it;’s very informal. There will be refreshments and info on upcoming events. Email me with questions (especially if you want to bring something to show). Yay for Show and Tell and the generous artists who are sharing with all of us!

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