Wednesday, January 13, 2010

my workshop....

learn to art journal  and learn a ton of new techniques: paintover, bleach technique,  medium resist, stamping, tinting, staining, paint lift-off, scribing, gesso marking and more while you make a nice journal out of chip board and cardstock - ready for you to write your favorite dreams, passages, nuggets of inspiration.
at the stamp addict  www.thestampaddict.com.  see sidebar for details.
january 20, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

12 comments:

Sandy said...

Lisa-
I'd love to join you, but am on the east coast. Ever considered an online class or PDF( I could buy )?
Love your work!

lisa bebi said...

thank you sandy.
yes, i got a video (digital) camera for xmas - i have been practicing - and waiting for my daughter to go back to school and for things to get less hectic then i am going to dive in straight with it.
kinda waiting for my friend suzi blu to get back in town too so that she can give me pointers. love her video style. she's generous that way.

p.s. thank you for helping me clear out my studio - any little help - helps. : )

Anonymous said...

I will not acquiesce in on it. I think polite post. Expressly the title attracted me to study the unscathed story.

Jaime Lyerly said...

A class I would actually go to, but it is in the middle of the day on a Wednesday!! Darn. Let me know if there is one on a Saturday and I am your girl for the day.

I have just started Art Journalling, but basically all I do is spill writing onto pages and draw and color on others. The two never live in the same world, unless the writing is used as a decorative element instead of cross hatching. So I need this class! But again, maybe on a weekend?

Jaime

Shannon said...

Sounds like a fun class!

Anonymous said...

Would love to take a class with you - love your art and you sound like a lot of fun! I was thinking the very thing that the first commenter posted - that it would be great if you did online classes (I'm in Manitoba, Canada). Glad to hear that you are working towards offering them.

Debra

Robin said...

This sounds great..Hi Lisa..I ogt another card from you and it is a wonderful pin ..Thank You very much..!!This is my new blog..my other one went Bye bye...Thanks again Robin

vesna said...

That could be great for my sister.On line class, of course ;)

lisa bebi said...

i'm really excited about starting my online classes-have so many many cool techniques to share.
and jaime, i understand about weekends. i hate to be difficult - but i can't do weekends or weekdays after 3 p.m. for that matter, because i have this 15 year old daughter who is very serious about swimming - so i have dedicated myself to her (until she can drive herself) - she swims at a pool (mission beach) 30 minutes away, 2 hours a day-- 5 days a week plus weekends generally have meets. the problem boils down to the local swim committee who don't believe in putting up the swim meet schedules until the bitter last minute. i blame them for no weekend workshops by lisa bebi.
i am surprised parents have not complained about this. (er, not the workshops, but the last minute scheduling) i sure am. very annoying.
i am going to do a weekend retreat in angora hills (Los Angeles county) this summer - a full weekend of techniques and paintovers. (see sidebar "inspirational retreats") for details.

Hopelessly Romantic said...
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Hopelessly Romantic said...

Hello, let me try this again. Thanks for visiting! I am soooo intrigued by your art work. Stunning all. I love to cut, paste, and rip paper too! I will be visiting often
Gerri

Jaime Lyerly said...

I had a feeling that the swimming meets was what was limiting the weekend workshops. I guess I will just have to wait until you do the online thing. Although a weekend retreat to LA sounds fun. I have to admit that I have only been to LA once and that was for Rocky Horror Picture Show on Halloween about 10 years ago!

Jaime

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