FREE 5 Day Art Journaling Kickstart

Reboot your creativity in 2022

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Do you want to tap your creativity but are feeling uninspired? Do you want to recharge your art practice?

Join me for the first five days of 2022 (January 1 - January 5) for FIVE FREE art journaling mini-sessions intended to:

  1. Revive your creative spirit
  2. Inspire a new art practice
  3. Learn new art journaling techniques

Beginning 7am ET on January 1st, 2022
and for four additional days a new Art Journaling lesson will be uploaded and available to you. Register soon so you can gather your art supplies.

Each lesson will contain:

1. A brief centering exercise

2. A poem or other short reading

3. A writing prompt

4. Ideas for painting and adding mixed media elements

These mini art journaling lessons are completely FREE! It is my gift to you. ENJOY!

Your Instructor

Heather Neilson
Heather Neilson

Heather has been teaching art for over seven years. Her goal is to help students develop and grow from a place of curiosity and love. Her approach is encouraging and positive. She teaches art journaling, abstract painting, collage and mixed media. Heather attended classes at the New York Art Students League and studied with several master artists. She received her B.A. in Communications from Rutgers University. She is a certified GOLDEN Arts Educator and teaches art workshops to adults and teens in her studio, online and throughout the region.

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The first lesson will be available January 1, 2022 at 7:00am ET. A link to the course will be sent to your email box if you have registered. You will receive four subsequent lessons each day through January 5th, 2022.
How long do I have access to the course?
You will have access to the lessons until March, 2022
What supplies do I need?
A more comprehensive list is provided once you register and there are many alternatives but generally you will need. 1. An Art Journal, preferably a mixed media journal 2. Acrylic or other water based paint 3. Assortment of brushes 4. A pen and, if possible, other markers and pens 5. Glue 6. Jar of water 7. Paper towels

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