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If you want to really get INTO your journal in the year ahead, take a workshop. I teach flexible techniques that inspire you to dig into your journal and PLAY. We talk about the entire creative process from gathering ideas to creating in your journal. My workshops focus on painting and collage techniques rather than picture perfect results. 

To register, select a workshop or a combo-pack and add the workshop(s) to your cart. Make payment via PayPal and I'll send login/password information within 48 hours of purchase! Easy peasy! Before you register, be sure to read the Workshop FAQ!

Daisy Yellow Groovy Grunge Workshop
85.00 105.00

Mixed media art journaling in an altered book. Heavy body acrylics, collage techniques plus a variety of alternatives for each page. 30+ sections including 4+ hours of video tutorials, prompts plus essays about creativity. There's an active FB group with discussion topics, advice & tips to ponder.

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Daisy Yellow Novel Approach Workshop
60.00 80.00

Mixed media art journaling in an altered book. Heavy body acrylics, collage techniques. 20 sections including 2 hours of video tutorials, prompts and essays about creativity. There's an active FB group with discussion topics, advice & tips. There's an active FB group with discussion topics, advice & tips to ponder.

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Daisy Yellow Tiny Museum Workshop
40.00 60.00

Playful abstract designs + patterns in watercolor or gouache on watercolor paper. Focused on painting techniques. 18 sections including 3.5 hours of video tutorials. Workshop includes 29-page Watercolor Workshop Expansion Pack PDF ebook!

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Groovy Grunge

For fans of mixed media art journaling. We will explore open-ended, intuitive, playful mixed media techniques using a hardback book as an art journal. I'll show you how to paint and layer acrylics and intermingle them with papers that you collect from everyday life. We'll work on the process of generating ideas and bringing them into your journal, "diving" in while refining and exercising your creative thinking skills. In other words.... loosening up and getting INTO your journal rather than worrying about the perfect page, the composition, the outcome. The techniques are all fresh & new. Brighter and more bouncy, working that graffiti grunge vibe. In addition to the painting and collage techniques, we will actively work through the process of incorporating words on pages. All in a positive environment designed to support artists to create  more openly and intuitively. 

Click the arrows below to see some of the pages we'll be creating in the workshop.

Daisy Yellow Groovy Grunge Workshop
85.00 105.00
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This workshop is about no-rules, free-spirited, intuitive art journaling. We'll build expressive pages in our journals, finding inspiration in graffiti and retro 1960's & 1970's art. Our ideas and materials intersect, interact & intermingle in the grooviest way! And along the way, I'll teach you a variety of techniques using acrylic paints and all of those luscious papers that you have collected for your collages.

The workshop is open. We'll create 6+ unique art journal pages that incorporate flexible alternative techniques that you can apply to your entire book. With variations and options galore.

This is an online, self-paced workshop with video tutorials &  resources on a private workshop website, so you can access when it is convenient to you. The video content will be approximately 4 hours, concisely edited to make the absolute most of your valuable time.

You'll find pep talks & prompts & insights for getting words on your pages. Plus we'll talk about fear of the blank page and tips for WORKING in your journal. Art journalists with any level of experience welcome - including absolute beginners.

We'll have one monthly creative challenge in the Facebook group with prompts in September 2017. Plus! I'll share several bonus tutorials including a mini-book and hand-lettering. I'm also working on several index card art tutorials for June/July 2017 as a hat tip to the Index-Card-a-Day Challenge.

Art Materials? Upon registration, I'll provide a list of art materials and answer questions. You are encouraged to purchase as few materials as possible, but invest in good quality paints! For both Groovy Grunge and Novel Approach you'll need a hardback book, heavy body acrylic paint {Golden Heavy Body Acrylics or Liquitex Heavy Body Acrylics}, a few brushes, a liquid adhesive {fluid matte medium or soft gel/gloss}, magazines, index cards and a handful of Neocolor II water-soluble crayons. The materials are the same as those for Novel Approach, with a few small additions.

The only prerequisite is a desire to work with acrylics and collage in your art journal. You can start where you are and apply and expand upon the concepts. The workshop will not cover color theory or conceptual aspects of design, value studies etc. It will be a warm, positive, inviting introduction to the art of altering a book and creating playful pages.

Workshop resources/videos available through December 31, 2018.
Facebook group available through December 31, 2017.

 

Novel Approach

We will explore open-ended, intuitive, playful mixed media techniques using a hardback book as an art journal. I'll show you how to paint and layer acrylics and intermingle them with papers that you collect from everyday life. We'll work on the process of generating ideas and bringing them into your journal, "diving" in while refining and exercising your creative thinking skills.

Art Materials? Upon registration, I'll provide a list of art materials and answer questions. You are encouraged to purchase as few materials as possible, but invest in good quality paints! In general, you'll need a hardback book, heavy body acrylic paint {i.e. Golden Heavy Body Acrylics or Liquitex Heavy Body Acrylics}, a few brushes, a liquid adhesive {fluid matte medium or soft gel/gloss}, magazines, index card artwork or painted papers, a stack of index cards and a handful of Neocolor II water-soluble crayons. 

The only prerequisite is a desire to work with acrylics and collage in your art journal. You can start where you are and apply and expand upon the concepts. The workshop will not cover color theory or conceptual aspects of design, value studies etc. It will be a warm, positive, inviting introduction to the art of altering a book and creating playful pages.

Details: Self-paced online workshop taught via video tutorials with creative prompts, tips & tricks. There are 13 videos, concisely edited to 2 hours of viewing time. Folks with any level of art journaling experience are welcome to join!

Private Facebook group where you can share your work, if you feel comfortable, ask questions and talk about the techniques. 

Click here ☞ Page examples and a video peek into Novel Approach.

Workshop resources/videos available through December 31, 2018. Facebook group available through December 31, 2017.

Daisy Yellow Novel Approach Workshop
60.00 80.00
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Check out the fabulous student work from Novel Approach!

"I find Tammy Garcia's online workshops to be very organized and so inspiring. Full of the details I need, but with the freedom and permission to be me. Tammy inspires me to try so many things I would not try on my own and she attracts a lot of fun & creative people to her workshops. It is a joy to participate!" Lenna

"This fun workshop is reasonably priced for the lessons, encouragement and new-found friendships I've developed with other women all over the world and I highly recommend it to everyone, regardless of how much or how little your experience in this field." Barb

"This was such a fun workshop that I am going to do it again." Jane

"I can totally recommend Tammy's workshops, she is so giving of herself, her ideas and techniques - and they are such FUN!" Jo

"I love the class as all the lessons are there and you can work at your own pace, dipping into them randomly. If you're interested, join in!" Frieda

"I’ve learned ever so much and enjoyed every minute of it – as well as everyone else’s work – hurrah!" Julie

 

The Circle

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I have long wanted to create a workshop where I guide folks through creative experiments, curious explorations and the mental gyrations & gymnastics that refresh the way that you SEE your art and your creative work. This workshop will help you break through perfectionistic tendencies and help you move through an imaginary or real creative block. The Circle is a deep dive into the daily creative habit. We'll work on small format art with creative exercises, explorations, tutorials and resources that you can use as launching points for index cards or the pages of your art journal. 

"I've taken several Daisy Yellow courses and participated in ICAD three times, but joining The Circle this year was exactly what I needed to push past the "perfectionistic procrastination" that has plagued me when it comes to making art. The prompts and the questions led to many creative wanderings (both tangible and intangible), and seeing all the exciting work that was shared is a constant reminder that "it's all good."  I am so grateful for Tammy's inspiration and encouragement -- I heartily recommend her classes, especially The Circle." ~ Melinda

"This year I joined the Circle and this took me on a fun but also deeper experience, with more in-depth suggestions for techniques, questions to stimulate my thinking about creating and art, and more support and encouragement to explore in a smaller group. I also found Tammy's videos a great visual experience and loved her easy banter with the participants." ~ Susan

"The Circle workshop has enriched my creative process by helping me to dive deeper into my art making. The discussion topics are thought provoking & encompass many different aspects of the creative process. There is a wonderful camaraderie among group members as well! I highly recommend this workshop!" ~ Patricia

Start + revamp + refresh + reinforce your creative practice. Where can you take it? How do you stay motivated? Where do you find ideas? How can you take an idea and explore it in a series? How can you take a concept and expand upon it? How do you develop experiments to pursue? Creatives at any skill level can incorporate a daily art habit. It's not about making perfect art, but exploring creative ideas via art.

There are sixty-one (61) sections in The Circle including 12 videos about collage & lettering, ideas to ponder, prompts and 70+ guided discussion topics... all designed to kick-start your creative endeavors. 

Access to a small, private Circle Facebook discussion group to discuss the creative process, art journaling, index card art and everything from pencils to perfectionism.

Please note---> The circle is currently on hiatus and registration is closed.  The workshop will relaunch with a new FB group for participants joining starting May 2017. If you are currently in the Circle, access to the workshop and your FB group will remain open through year-end 2017!

 

Tiny Museum

Learn how to generate ideas and transform those ideas into watercolor or gouache; develop the ability to "dive in" and exercise creative thinking skills. We create tiny abstract designs, doodles and patterns with pencil and watercolor or gouache paint. We start the workshop with blending exercises and build to techniques that you can use in your art journal or on loose watercolor paper.

Art Materials? Upon registration, I'll provide a list of art materials and answer questions. You are encouraged to purchase as few materials as possible, but invest in good quality paints! You'll need watercolor paper, a good quality watercolor brush, artist quality watercolor or gouache paints and a handful of Neocolor II water-soluble crayons.

Taught via video tutorials on a private workshop website. This is a beginner level workshop. Students at any experience level are welcome. There are 19 videos, concisely edited to 3.5 hours of viewing time.

Workshop resources/videos available through December 31, 2018.

Daisy Yellow Tiny Museum Workshop
40.00 60.00
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Check out the student work from Tiny Museum

"I LOVE the art I've made for Tiny Museum. I've bought more watercolor journals because it's such a lovely medium and I just want to keep doing more! I love how Tammy puts her workshops together - everything is very clear and easy to follow and she provides great feedback. The video tutorials are wonderful - they're beautifully produced and an absolute joy to watch." Rebecca

"Labor Day I had the house to myself {heaven} and had so much fun playing with the inspiration grids. I could keep going forever. Color and pattern are my happy place." Carlene

"A warm-up grid where I focused on exploring the relationship of water & paint, not so much on patterns. For me it was about noticing the tiny interactions between colors, how the paint hits the water. This was incredibly relaxing to do!" Patricia
 
"That lady could motivate a snail to stand up and do the tango! Watercolor and gouache are certainly dancing together in my journal as I work through the many videos in this class. I'm sure everyone has their own approach but I enjoy working while listening to the videos, listening and following along very loosely while Tammy describes what's she's doing. Her enthusiasm is contagious and helps cut through the painful haze I am swimming through every day." Michelle

 

Crossroads at 21 Secrets Spring 2015

Crossroads is an art journaling workshop at the intersection of journaling, ink, thread & watercolor. This self-paced mixed media workshop is available only as part of the 21 Secrets Spring 2015 Series. It is one of twenty-one journaling workshops called 21 Secrets...  a great introduction to the work of a bunch of fabulous teachers, and you can hop around and explore each of the workshops at your own pace. Teachers are paid via affiliate link. If you register for 21 Secrets via the link above, I'll receive a percentage of your purchase. Thank you for supporting Daisy Yellow! 


About Tammy

I'm Tammy Garcia, a self-taught mixed media artist with a background in quantitative analysis and I've been art journaling since 2007 and blogging since 2008. My artwork has been published in the book A World of Artist Journal Pages. My articles & artwork have been published in Featuring Magazine and Create Mixed Media. I've developed a bunch of online, self-paced art journaling & creativity workshops including 3 workshop gigs at 21 Secrets.

Workshop content Copyright ©2011-2017 Tammy Garcia. Workshop registration does not convey copyrights. You may not teach or redistribute the content of these workshops in any format. You may not reproduce the process steps or content of this workshop except for your own private use. You may not publish or redistribute any portion or content from this workshop on any website, on social media or in any paper or electronic format.