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Art & Soul journal

By spotogspindel | October 22, 2011

My journal from Art & Soul, maybe you´d like to see it?

I got a free hard-board blank book the first night, and thought I´d use it as a place to gather my memories from Art & Soul.

First day there was a 5 minute make&take in encaustic, where anyone passing by was allowed to try one of Patricia Seggebruch´s many encaustic-techniques.

Jen Crossly´s class was SO much fun! I love my little doll booklet pendant necklace!

In Judy Wise´s class I worked with paper-clay, which was a new material for me. I´ve made dolls before, but really liked this material to work with. You can see lots more photos from her class here.

Another class I too was Fire torched enamel. I like melting stuff. What can I say? 😉

The silk dream evening class was also very fun. Working in a completely new way with pure silk fibers.

Meeting new friends is one of the best things with these art-retreats, and I collected some Moo-cards from some of them. And of course I had to have a little something from my own class, since I was so fortunate as to teach! So I added one of my tropical birds. The journal itself isn´t really as fun as I´d like it to be, I didn´t add as much text and details as I would have liked to. And the class the last day with the Precious Metal Clay was AWESOME and I didn´t make anything on that yet either. Had to pack and leave. Still, it´s nice to have a book where it´s all in one place 🙂

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