If you're new to Art Journal Every Day, there is a short introduction here. All of the previous posts can be found archived here. Remember, it's just ten minutes of nourishing your creative self every day! No need to finish anything or even like it. If you've done some art journaling this week, use the hashtag #artjournaleveryday so that we can all take a peek. Even if you're not on social media, you can see everything (from twitter, pinterest, instagram, and facebook) that uses that hashtag here.
The other day, I got an e-mail out of the blue from Ashli Oliver. She said: "I am releasing my first art journaling class this week! And, because you are such a wonderful supporter of my art, I wanted to give you access to the class." I really like Ashli's work. Take a peek:
Her art journal pages are kind of mysterious and soft and beautiful. Anyway, I thought you guys might also like this style of creating, so I invited Ashli to do a guest post today! This is what she sent me:
I love sharing my process and after many, many requests to go more in-depth with my art journaling videos, I am excited to bring you my first art journaling course!
Ashli’s Art Journal dives deep into my creative process and the thoughts behind the layers of paint!
Take a look at this video for more info:
What students are saying:
“I always enjoy your classes, Ashli. This brought back my art mojo!” - Dara
“Love, love, love it! Now off to create my own....Ashli you make it seem doable and so much fun!” - Angie
Class is only $7!
Head on over to my Etsy Shop to purchase!
Thanks for joining me today and thank to Julie for having me! Hope to see you in class!
Ashli Oliver (aka soapHOUSEmama) lives with her husband and four girls, age 10 and under, in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. Ashli is a recovering graphic designer and when she is not busy homeschooling her kiddos, you can find her drinking copious amounts of coffee while playing with paint and pretty paper in her studio. Not only does Ashli love documenting her family's memories, but she finds great joy in the creative process...which, in her case, usually involves lots of messy, painty fun!