Looking for Alternatives to Typical Art Journaling?

Margaret Peot, author of the book Alternative Art Journals, has something special for you: two new DVD workshops to spur you to create  and journal in completely new and unique ways!

In the first workshop, Alternative Art Journals with Margaret Peot, Margaret Peot introduces you to three clever alternatives to traditional art journals that allow you to get in touch with your creative self and work through your artistic ideas. Whether you enjoy sketching mementoes of the everyday, inventing stories of strangers in vintage photos or collecting a series of your daily doodles and bits, you’ll be inspired to journal in a new way with Margaret’s mixed-media projects.

  • Work step-by-step alongside Margaret through three engaging projects: Shoebox Weeks, The Fake Family Album and Tag Journals.
  • Discover new ways to think about what to include in your journals.
  • 59 minutes of personal workshop instruction.

Watch a preview of Alternative Art Journals with Margaret Peot here:

In the second workshop, Alternative Art Cards with Margaret Peot, Margaret Peot encourages you to step away from traditional methods for art journaling and to start being creative on a consistent basis by building a portable card-deck journal. You’ll quickly see how these little cards can become canvases for responding to what is happening all around you!

Work step-by-step alongside Margaret through four “seasons” as you learn techniques for:

  • stenciling
  • gouache resist
  • lemon juice aging
  • stamp carving
  • 109 minutes of personal workshop instruction.

Watch a preview of Alternative Art Cards with Margaret Peot here:

ABOUT MARGARET PEOT

Margaret Peot is a painter, printmaker and writer who has made her living as a freelance artist for more than 20. She has done creative work for Broadway theater (The Lion King, Wicked, Shrek the Musical, Spamalot), dance (San Francisco Ballet’s Nutcracker, The Feld Ballet), television (a Siegfried and Roy Special), film (Bram Stoker’s Dracula, The Naked Man), and the circus (Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey, Big Apple Circus). Margaret taught costume painting at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University and has worked on murals for public spaces. She is the author of several creativity books including Alternative Art Journals and The Successful Artist’s Career Guide. Margaret lives in New York City. Visit her website at http://www.MargaretPeot.com

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