Create an Ink and Watercolor Travel Journal - Thursday mornings

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Day 01 2018-07-16 Porto 72dpi.jpg
Europe SB Day 2 2014 Aug 25 72dpi 5-7 ratio.jpg
Europe SB Day 14a 2014-09-06 Giverny 300 dpi square format.jpg
07-08 Cuba 2017 sm papaya and Varadero 72 dpi with wm.jpg
03-04 Cuba sm Money 72 dpi 1 wo wm.jpg
Day 01 2018-07-16 Porto 300dpi.jpg

Create an Ink and Watercolor Travel Journal - Thursday mornings

195.00

Thursdays 10:00am-12:30pm

6 weeks

October 31 - December 12, 2019 with Thanksgiving (Nov. 28) off

Location:

Cloud 9 Art School

18414 103rd Ave NE

Bothell, WA 98011

If you’ve ever traveled and spent your time experiencing and exploring, chances are you took pictures to capture memories of your trip. Travel journaling allows you to choose significant moments of the trip to draw and annotate and create a personal visual memory for you and others to enjoy. The process of creating is a big plus too!

Maybe you brought a sketchbook with you on your trip and got some sketches done, or not. A travel journal can be worked on before, during, and after any trip. A page or two can be enough to mark the event, or a whole sketchbook can be devoted to the topic.

This 6-week workshop will take you through some of the ways to start your travel journaling and record those memories. You should have photos from a trip you’ve taken that you’d like to add to your travel journal. This workshop will allow you to learn about ink and watercolor and drawing techniques, materials, ideas and strategies to travel journaling and will give plenty of time to work on your journal.

All skill levels welcome.

Required Supplies:

A sketchbook that works well with watercolors (I like the Stillman & Birn soft-cover 8” x 10” or hardcover 8.25” x 11.5” Zeta series (very smooth heavy paper), or Beta series (less smooth but very nice for watercolor) or the Pentalic Aqua Journals, but they're not required), drawing tools (pencils, pens with water resistant ink, and erasers) and watercolors. This workshop will also require that you work from your own photos and memorabilia (receipts, ticket stubs, labels) that you may have. 

Email if you have questions at anyatoomre@yahoo.com

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