Thursday, March 13, 2008

Teaching in Atlanta

I will be teaching two classes in Atlanta the first weekend in August at Fiber on a Whim. Mixed Media Fabric Painting and Tskineko Inks. The Tsukineko Inks class has filled, but they are starting a waiting list and the Mixed Media painting class has two openings left, so if you are in the area and want to have a fun art day sign up now the classes are filling up fast.

6 comments:

  1. I have been "lurking" for awhile and finally decided to comment. I love your work, so fun and alive with color. I have been painting for over 20 years, but I also ran a sewing workroom for 10 years. I have been looking into combining my painting and sewing skills. You have done that beautifully and that gives me such inspiration. I would love to take the class you spoke of, but I just can't plan that far ahead at present. I'll keep watching and learning and hopefully I will be able to attend one of your classes soon! In the meantime, thanks for sharing!

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  2. Carol Sloan11:26 AM

    Hi Judy!
    I love your work and am so inspired by all that you do. I was the first person to sign up for the Atlanta classes ! I saw it on the Fiber on a Whim blog site at about 1:00 in the am and shot an email to Kristin! I am sooo excited to be going to both classes. It's going to be about a two hour drive for me but it will be worth it. See you in August!
    Carol Sloan

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  3. wow Carol I am flattered, I look forward to seeing you in August!

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  4. Yay!!!!!! I need all details, you comin to my town now, girlie. Is Deb coming? Will you still come if I sign up for your class?

    I'm so excited!!!!!!

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  5. I am also signed up for both of your classes in Atlanta and can't wait! It is a 3.5 hours drive for me as I am from northeast Alabama. I have admired your work and signed up as soon as I received the email from Fibers On a Whim. I especially love your sense of color. Can't wait to meet you and am coming with an open mind ready to learn.
    Diane Knoblauch

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  6. Thank you Diane,

    I feel so honored that you are willing to go so far to take my class. I am looking forward to making art with ya'll. :)

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