Sunday, December 2, 2007

Art-full Journals

Today I spent some wonderful hours in Clackamas at Diane Havnen-Smith's lovely home with the fabulous Judy Wise teaching marvelous art journal techniques. I thought I took quite a few photos, but came home surprised at the small number of them.
However, I did come home with a short video of our time there ... where Lisa was "teacher's pet" because she would listen to the teacher while others were talking ... and more talking. What a good time laughing and enjoying everyone's different views of art and life. There were so many techniques and materials ... and learning how to use them all was part of the fun.
I still have a lot to learn, but oh what a fun journey to journal!


Ro Bruhn said...

Lucky you getting to take one of Judy's classes, I saw what you had created on her blog, fabulous pages. I teach altered books here in Australia and it reminded me so much of one of my classes.
Well done creating an altered book a month

Sweet Petunia said...

I enjoyed the girls thought it was funny to see me on video and to be the "teacher's pet"! It was such a fun class.

Judy Wise said...

Hey! Whe're in the movies!! Thanks for posting our class. Brian said we sounded like a hen-house with all our laughing. Now what on earth could he have meant? What a joy. BTW, katie is still with me here waiting for the re-opening of I-5. The adventure continues! xoxo