Learn how to make a beautiful artistic altered book with published Art Journaling artist Suzanne Woolf.
In this 2 hour workshop we will cover the basics of preparing the book and pages for a number of techniques like collage, paint, stenciling, and assemblage. By the end of the workshop you will leave with a unique altered book, the start of an amazing art journal/scrapbook in which continue to record your story through special events, art techniques, personal messages, just about anything.
You do not need to be an artist to enjoy this workshop. The book and supplies will be provided for you along with a mini ephemera kit to spark your creativity. All you need to bring is yourself and willingness to have fun.
I look forward to seeing you in class!
To see more of Suzanne’s work, check out her website at https://www.suzannewoolf.com/
Class costs $35 – To sign up, email email@example.com or call 864-520-1653 and leave a message. Class payment will be collected before the class to reserve your spot!
Classes need to meet a minimum registration to run and may be canceled/rescheduled depending on registration numbers. All classes that have been offered at the gallery are available for private parties of 6-12, so if you have a group and want to do a previous class, give us a call and well create a special event for you!
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