IN-PERSON CLASSES–Tell Your Story!
Saturday, January 21.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m
207 N. Broadway St., Studio L
Santa Ana, CA 92701(Left, Confetti Lines by Hanna Andersson).
What will you do in class?
We each have a story to tell. The story is clear to us, but it can be slipper to write down, to get it right, to make it fit. This class will help fall in love with words all over again. Or, if you’ve always been a bit afraid of writing in a journal, will let you fall in love with words and the power they hold.
If you’ve started a dozen journals, but have never finished any of them, if you have always loved the idea of keeping a journal, but haven’t ever kept one, or if you have kept a journal but don’t find it satisfying, this class will make your heart glow.
You’ll start with one word and grow it into a pile of words and a box to keep them in. You’ll chose a word and use it to start your journal with just one sentence. Two, if you are ambitious.
This class is about the power of words you use every day, and the words you want to use on your journey through life. You will laugh hard and write deeply, one sentence at a time. Raw art is part of the mix, and your pages will have color and design on them to help you stay connected with your writing.
At the end of the class, you will have completed at least five journal pages
and have enough ideas and techniques to last you for years to come.
Price: $88. Register at the bottom of this page on Jenny Doh’s website.
(Left) Imagined Botany by Quinn McDonald
Sunday, January 22, Journaling for Perfectionists.
1024 S. Mission St. South Pasadena, CA 91030 Phone: 626.441.2181
What Will You Do in Class?
Started a bunch of journals but never finished one? Don’t want to start a journal because you will “ruin” it? Join me–a journal-keeper and recovering perfectionist– to play in your journal. You’ll learn ways to start your journal, ways to save a “ruined” page, and intriguing ways to write in your journal regularly and be satisfied with your work. If you are new to art journaling, even better, because we will be adding color to the pages as well.
Be prepared to laugh a lot, too. At yourself, and at the odd and bouncy walls we build around our lives with perfectionism.
2.5 hours–11:30 to 2:00 on Sunday, January 22.
To register: Call Tamara at Zinnia– 626.441.2181 or email her at Tamara@Zinnia.biz You can see more information on Zinnia’s calendar.
What to bring: A journal to experiment in. Scissors, glue stick, several pens (glitter if you like, or gel, fountain, or ball point), watercolor pencils if you have them, and small bottles of cheap acrylic paint (don’t buy it if you don’t have it; I’ll bring some), one-inch brush (Home Depot style, but not foam).
Come join me in a class–I’d love to meet you and help you find your story!