Edited: The winner of two free spots to my class is MoonGirlArt. Thank you to everyone who participated! I'll see you in class.
It's time for a give away. I want you to take away so much good stuff from my upcoming class called Close To Home: A Watercolor Landscape Journey. I'd love for you and a friend to be able to take my class together. Whether you live next door or across the Earth, you can both enjoy the class through the magic of the Internet. You can enter on Instagram and earn an extra chance through a blog post.
To qualify: For Instagram, post any promo photo from my Instagram account (MishWooderson)or here on the blog where I talk about my class on your Instagram account. Tag me and your friend (or list their name if they don't have an account). If blogging, provide a link to my blog post where I talk about my class and any photo where I promo my class, either here or on Instagram. Feel free to link to Jeanne Oliver's website also. I want to hear good stories about why you and your friend would love to take my class together. Just make sure you link me up to your entries. I'll select a winner in a week, July 13th. Look for the winners here on the blog and on my Instagram account.
Here's just a small preview of the type of projects we'll be working on. Lots of sketching and experimenting and filling those sketchbooks. Hope to see you in class.
I also have a few fun art items added to my online shop. I love using vintage butter pat dishes to mix paint combinations and to hold mediums like gesso or acrylic paints. This cute little floral set is stackable and perfect for adding a bit of charm to your studio.I have just a few of these paint palettes left. They are my favorite in studio palette for watercolors because they are big and have plenty of space for pigments and mixing washes.
As I purchase better and usually more expensive brushes, I'm finding that I want to take better care of them also. My regular size brushes are housed in a folding, zipper case somewhat like the one below. You can zip it up, throw it in your bag or work basket in your studio and know that your brushes are protected.
Thanks so much for stopping by!