I’m a tree when it comes to my art, rooted in the solid earth of knowledge & experience
while reaching my limbs to the sky for inspiration & a fresh outlook.
Although I have professional experience in such diverse areas such as screen printing, collage, glass engraving, & graphic design, I’m always willing to learn more about my craft. I love what I do but I want to keep growing creatively.
Where can we go to grow? Local colleges, art associations, & community centers offering adult ed classes are good places to start the search. On-line workshops make it possible for us to study with artists from around the world. Right now, I’m sitting on the East coast while studying with Alisa Burke, a West coast artist. “The Art of Abstraction”, one of her on-line workshops, is giving me the opportunity to revisit some old skills in a brand new way. Check out this class & all of her others by clicking here- Alisa Burke workshops
This class is exactly what I need, a reminder to “PLAY” with color, line, & form. Alisa doesn’t ask me to forget my BFA degree or years of experience; she asks me to let go of the rules & let my intuition take over.
What do you need for personal or artistic growth? Whatever it is, I hope you find it, too.