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Mixed Media Art Journaling Videos from Pam Carriker!
You know Pam Carriker from her books Art at the Speed of Life, Creating Art at the Speed of Life and Mixed Media Portraits with Pam Carriker. Now you can enjoy video instruction with Pam Carriker! In these three videos, sponsored by Jerry's Artarama, you'll learn techniques such as drawing and painting faces, reusing and recycling your own sketches and drawings in future art journal pages, using dry grounds and so much more! As Pam teaches student Kristy Conlin about how to make numerous art journal spreads, you'll benefit from Kristy's questions and Pam's feedback about what to do next and how to improve your work. Enjoy a preview sample clip from each video here and click on the links below each clip for more information and detailed material lists. Art Journal Prompts: Ideas for Reusing and Reinventing DVD | Download | Stream | PDF Companion Art Journal Preparation: Using and Sealing Surfaces for Dry Media DVD | Download | Stream | PDF companion Color Page by Page: Using Color Wheels in Art Journals DVD | Download | Stream | PDF companion Pam Carriker is an artist, instructor, author of books Art at the Speed of Life and Creating Art at the Speed of Life, and a columnist for Somerset Art Journaling. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, she now resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, area with her husband and her youngest son, while her two oldest boys serve in the Army and National Guard. Traveling to teach around the country is something she enjoys very much, as sharing the satisfaction that comes from creating art is her passion. Pam’s work and writing can be found in more than fifty publications, and she serves as a Director’s Circle Artist for Stampington & Company. She has created instructional art journaling videos for Strathmore Artist Papers line of visual journals as well as designed a line of stencils for StencilGirl, and rubber art stamps for Stampington & Company. Pam also continues to develop her line of signature mixed-media products for Derivan Matisse. Turning her hobby into her dream job has been the culmination of a lifelong pursuit of living a creative life, and she firmly believes it is never too late to begin living Art at the Speed of Life! Visit Pam at pamcarriker.com.