Infuse your art journal with emotion
The Heart Journal is a very special e-course, designed to get you connecting with your emotional self, and exploring her in your art journal.
We’ll look at how great artists have conveyed emotion in their own work, and draw inspiration from them. We’ll spend time thinking about our artistic media and how we can best use them to communicate our feelings. We’ll think about our own relationships with different emotions, and what we think about them. And most importantly, we’ll take everything we learn and use it to create expressive, satisfying, rewarding works of art.
If you’d like to start putting your heart into your art journal, then this course will help you find ways to do just that.
6 lessons focusing on supplies, techniques, artist studies and exploring emotions in your artwork
-an artist case study
-a technique tutorial to help you complete a finished page
-a printable worksheet to help you work through each emotion
-action steps to get you making
-best supplies + alternate ideas to help you use your stash best
5 video introductions to each emotion and artist
6 video tutorials for techniques and best supplies
Action steps to help you begin practicing what you are learning right away
A beautiful, printable workbook that includes all the course worksheets
Access to the course teacher, community support and inspiration through the course hashtag #gmheartjournal
Lifetime access to the course, regardless of your status as a Get Messy member
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Essie Ruth Smith
Essie is a writer, and artist, who believes that hands are for making and life is for learning.
She can generally be found in her studio with a coffee in her hand, a top knot in her hair, and glitter all over her face.
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