Last night was the first Art Journaling Club! We had such a good time! Or at least, I did! It was so great to have some familiar students and lots of new ones...and a man! This is the first time a man has taken one of my classes.
Karen has suffered through several classes at The Ink Pad with me and her unexpected landscape was so very cool!
People kept peering into the plate glass window of the store (see it above - the store was closed during class) leading to what I kept calling the "pet store puppy dog syndrome." They just stare at you and it makes you feel like a puppy dog in a pet store window whining, "Take me home! I'm fun!"
Sandy has been a student of mine at The City Quilter for about two years and she's super fantastic! I was so glad that she came over to The Ink Pad. I did a little "Talking Craft" interview with her! It was super noisy in the store, so please forgive all the ambient noise.
I couldn't find a blog for Sandy and her flickr stream is protected, so no links. But I just wanted to share that she's a delivery room nurse in real life and just such a warm and lovely person! Not to mention articulate. I love what she said about art at the end of the interview.