Monday, July 12, 2010

Finished a Class












I've been taking another class. This class was called Foundations of Journaling and it was taught by Laure Ferlita. As you know, I've enjoyed some of her trip classes. Well this one was just as good! I've posted most of the pictures we did but not all of the exercises or pages. We covered a lot of ground and had a lot of fun. Again, this is another class of hers I highly recommend.

Now I am moving on to her Explorations class. She has room for a couple more people. See, she keeps her classes small so you get the attention you need. Why don't you click the Imaginary Trips button on my sidebar and see what is being offered. Hurry if you want in the class that is starting on July 20!

21 comments:

Arteefaque: (är'tə-fākt') * said...

You talented thing you! I'm envious I love your style actually..peaceful. Mine is hectic! Thank you so much for your inspiration and hopefully I can reciprocate one day! :-)

An Evolving Artist @ Swallowcliffs.blogspot.com/ said...

Wow... I love all your journal pages. I am very impressed. Your talent shows here!

Carol said...

I especially enjoyed this post. I LOVE the journal pages where you right on the background your thoughts about whatever the art is. I just LOVE that!!

fromthepines said...

These are great! Thanks for sharing.

Cheryl

Janet Ghio said...

I always enjoy looking at your journal pages!! You do such a great job with them.

Elizabeth Golden said...

These are wonderful journal pages. I can really see how much energy you have put into them and the class. The thing I like the best is how you have turned a piece of your day into art.

Tami said...

Absolutely amazing!!!
The towels look so realistic. I'm impressed. Great job!

Elena said...

Beautiful work!!! I so enjoyed this class too!

tracyozzie said...

Amazing work. Truly. You are very talented in this medium. I have not tired it yet; but your work makes me want to give it a go. Your pages are GORGEOUS!!!

Anonymous said...

What I would give to have an nth of your talent! So beautiful to look at!
JudiM

Jane Jeffress Thomas said...

You are so talented. Looks like I could take one of those towels and dry off with it. Awesome!

Useful Books said...

Yea! You did GREAT during the class! It's so neat seeing all your work together like this, concentrated art. :) I'm sad the class is over. Can't do part 2 just now but hopefully later.

Purrplekatt said...

Wow Timaree!!! your work here is just stunning. I hope one day to be able to keep a journal like this. :)

Deborah said...

HOLY COW!!! This is incredible stuff you've got going on here! The towels on the rod! They look so real and so ... REAL! And the peppers - the highlights, the shading! This is truly amazing work Timaree!

LisaC said...

Wow! those pictures are fabulous! I never could get the hang of watercolor but you certainly did! I LOVE that towel picture. Looks like a photo. Well done, woman!

Mixed Media Martyr said...

These are just wonderful!!!

Maer aka Marilyn Harris-Mills said...

you have an unique style Timaree....I love it...well done!

panzer said...

Wow!!! I love the towels the most, it looks like I could just grab one to dry off...I think this is deff your medium! *grins*

Cynthia said...

Your pages are beautiful and full of gorgeous color. Blue and white bowl with oranges, peppers are yummy and beautifully drawn and painted. The towel page is fabulous. You've made it all look easy and flawless. Thanks for sharing.

CC said...

Hi, Freebird! Long time no see! I got moved from HI to NM & was looking at classes I could take while I'm looking for a diagnosis on some physical problems. And I came across your blog! Everything on my old computer is stuck, so I was surprised to find you! Haven't emailed with you since BJP. You have been one busy lady! And your artwork is improving dramatically! WOW! I'm so impressed & just wanted you to know!
Warmest aloha,
CC

Elizabeth Golden said...

I can tell from all your pages how much you enjoyed the class. i love all of these, I can not pick a favorite, each one is so different. The texture on the towels is great, I love the yellow of the lemons against the blue and white bowl, I could go on and on.Bravo!