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Miss Vicky Hosting Journal Play this Friday!
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We are quickly becoming the cool hangout place late Fridays -- down in our creative journaling atmosphere in the Santora basement. Bring your own beverages, plop down on one of our comfy sofas, hang at the bar, or spread out on one of our tables, front or back! You can work privately or share in discussions about your journal pages. Bring an insight from your week that you would like to create a journal page around.
This Friday, May 14th, 8 - 10pm, come out and meet mixed-media artist Miss Vicky, as she shares her tips for quick collage pages. You will love this technique for all different art forms!
About Miss Vicky:
Vicky Breslin designed the first products for many of today’s leading companies in the industry. She was a contributing editor to the first Creating Keepsake Magazine and many others. Her books have sold 100’s of thousands of copies. Vicky has taught classes around the world including being the first (again) in India and in 46 of the 50 states. She has also taught on almost all of the popular TV networks.
$15 - open to all, ages 16 and up.
(special pricing: $5 for current Compass members)
Think you might want to join us every week -- you can still join the 12-Week Journal Challenge. We'll be sharing a journaling tip each week, and you will get special pricing on the live sessions, or instructions available online. See below for a special catch up session, just prior to Journal Play -- and you'll be all set to play for prizes, and save a lot of money!
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Here is samples of what my students in class did on Saturday! I was so impressed with all of them.
Check out what one collage artist had to say about my class!
Thanks so much for the wonderful class on Saturday. I have never been so frustrated and so excited in a 2 hour period in my life. It was very hard work for me to create a collage in such a short period of time yet so fun to learn the skill of soldering that I have been telling all of my friends about it. I am still processing all that I learned. Initially I felt mad and stressed as you pushed me outside of my comfort zone, but now that it is all said and done, I am appreciate that you were not afraid to do so. You are a wonderfully gifted, demanding teacher/taskmaster and I loved/hated every minute of the process. I am sure you understand what I mean. See you at the bottle class in June, and thanks SO very much for being willing to share your talents!
Sincerely (One of Your Overly Anal-Retentive Students),