Tuesday Evenings in January (4th, 13th, 20th, and 27th)5:30pm – 8pm About the Instructor At The Well – Felicia Follum Resume blog post can be found here. Felicia Follum is a watercolor artist and graphic designer. Her work often focuses on cultural diversity, social issues or the mixing of cultures. Her watercolor paintings can be … Continue reading Beginners Watercolor Workshop (in January 2015)
I have been blessed with several incredible opportunities while here in Brazil! One if the most exciting art opportunities I have had is this opportunity to be in an art exhibition with several local, extremely talented artists. The reception will be tonight! You can see my drawings on the black panels in the background. I drew … Continue reading Art Exhibition in Brazil!
Create a series of 100 images! Pre-India Dandia Night Henna I found this idea in a book called 37 Assignments. The assignment is to create 100 images on a specific topic. The images can be photographs, drawings, digital. My Challenge: As I continue to work on my India inspired art I will create 100 Henna … Continue reading 100 Henna Designs
Me sharing a a Paper Bead Lesson Here is a post from my religion blog. I talk about my experience teaching art in Haiti leading art lessons. I will edit the post a bit. To see the original and more about the religions of Haiti and my spiritual experience check out my SckRlgn Blog. As … Continue reading Art In Haiti
This workshop was a wonderful opportunity to learn some fairly simple DIY printing processes. All you need is a screen, photo emulsion, wax paper, a squeegee and ink. First you choose your bottom color and cut that shape out of wax paper. The paper will stick to the screen because of the ink. More photos … Continue reading Ink Lounge Screen Print Workshop
Everybody loves graffiti style stencil art. Which is why I figured I should create a stencil for the KONY 2012 campaign (see my other KONY art). You can use the stencil to create posters, t-shirts or to decorate your parents garbage can. To create your own graffiti style t-shirt using this stencil follow these simple … Continue reading Have Fun and Stay Out of Jail: KONY 2012 Stencil Art
A short slideshow from my summer with the ArtsVan The ArtsVan travelled to various parks in and around Yakima, Washington, giving art lessons to kids. Art is something that has almost completely disappeared from the school in Yakima. Allied Arts also provides art lessons in the schools to help the kids get some exposure. Some … Continue reading The ArtsVan
I have enjoyed getting to know and work with these guys. This summer I have been able to work part time for the Arts Van in Yakima. We travel around to a variety of parks and give art lessons to kids. One of the parks has a large Spanish speaking population and many adorable kids, … Continue reading I Love My Job!
After returning from Haiti, I am certainly excited to use all that I saw in my future art projects. Everything was fascinating and incredibly inspirational. I saw everything from the extreme poverty of downtown Port-au-Prince to the beautiful rice fields and mountains surrounding the village of Thoumazea. Be sure to check out my Haiti journal … Continue reading Portraits from Haiti
Though I am a social/political fine artists, I do still have periods of time where I just want to be creative and take a break from my more serious work. I love upcycling and the idea of making something beautiful out of something we would otherwise throw away. Here is one of my favorite … Continue reading Upcycled T-shirt Scarves and Neclaces