I’m so excited for this new class… FACES – Mixed Media Portraits.
The question I get asked most often is how I paint my eyes and faces. So many have said they want to develop their own style, so in this class, I share many different mixed media faces and techniques that will strengthen your own voice and rekindle your creative spark.
Class begins February 16th and I will post a new face painting project each Monday and Wednesday for 5 weeks. This structure will allow you time to play and experiment. You will receive 2 year access to the classroom from the date you sign up.
Early registration is $129 until February 1st. After that, regular registration will be $149.
I wanted to create a class that would help you paint faces and eyes in a way that is unique to you.
If you’re struggling with painting faces and eyes, this class is meant to give you many places to begin, so you can get over creative blocks and have fun with your artwork. We’ll also experiment with lots of art supplies like glitter, bleeding art tissue paper, chalk, crayons and oil sticks to really bring your faces to life!
With each painting project, I share my mistakes and how I fix them along the way to talk myself out of getting frustrated so I can keep on creating, stay inspired and evolve my own style.
3 Month Payment Plans are also available for you at checkout and the early bird discount applies to all payment options.
Here’s a little of what students have been saying…
“We love your classes! I also do them with my kids. They love creating their own animals and the music! Thank you for inspiring our family!” -Sarah Quiroz
“Juliette’s classes are soul-filling! I WISH I could express how you have changed my vision and freed my mind.” -Dana Strickland
“Juliette shows how she works through creating a painting. What is especially great about this, besides the tips on technique, methods, and art materials, is that she shows how she goes through the ugly stages or the “this isn’t working” stages and pushes through. It is very inspirational (and comforting) to see a person who paints for a living also struggles with these issues.” -Renata Wurster
Ps. If you loved the music in the video, you can hear more by my friends The Wiggly Tendrils right here.