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ZOOM Journaling - new class - ROOTED

A couple weeks ago I taught my first zoom workshop, mono printing in our journals, and it was a wonderful experience. Zoom allows me to demonstrate my process, simultaneously share my journal and my palette, and interact with participants in real time. Additionally, the class video becomes available afterwards for direct download for any students wishing to try the lesson on their own time after the fact.

If you haven't yet tried journaling, what's holding you back? There's no need for previous arting experience (I promise you that - as complex as my pages may look, they are simple exercises that can be completed by anyone), no specialized art materials or equipment. And no expectation that what you make will hang on a wall or even ever have to be shared. All you need is the desire to make some marks and play with the tools. So please consider joining us - either in a zoom session, or one of the free #journalthroughit classes.

If you are an avid journaler, you will be excited about this new offering from me, Rooted, which is a session inspired by my connection with Mother Earth. I will share processes and techniques behind the creation of this journal spread, lead the group in a simple grounding exercise, and set you all free to make your own interpretations of growing roots. Class will happen August 20th, 6-8pm eastern time. Can't make it? that's ok - there's a download option - keep on reading!

Want to join? message me and I'll send you the flyer in pdf form, which includes a direct link to register along with the materials list. Or you can pay $10 using Paypal - just indicate in the notes that you are registering for Rooted, and please also make sure to include the email address you wish to use for class. Added bonus - participants in the live zoom class also get the download for free. 

Do you want to download the previous Zoom class, Poppies? pay via Paypal ($10) and outline in the notes area that you would like the link and passcode to Poppies. Unless directed otherwise, responses will go to the email address associated with the paypal payment.

Thanks, as always, for following along on my art journey!
Warmly, Kim


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