Art Journaling Class – Online

Dates: February 4, 11, 18, 25
Times: 7-8:30 pm ET
Online via Zoom

Are you craving creative expression? You can answer the call through beautiful practice of Art Journaling. In this online class, Heather will guide you in building art journal pages based on universal themes such as compassion, ancestral memory and more. There will be time for sharing our journal spreads and discussion.

In addition to a mixed media journal, materials will include pens, markers, acrylic paint, collage papers, mark making tools and other optional items. A complete list will be provided upon registration.

No experience necessary. Classes are recorded and available for up to six months.

“Heather …offers a supportive, non-judgmental space to create art and make new friends! I highly recommend and endorse her method of teaching and gentle guidance to bring out the best work in each participant. ♥️”

Art Journaling Online – Feb 2022

To pay by Credit Card, click on the CC icon under the paypal button. REFUND POLICY Up to 30 days before start of class – 100% refund

 14-30 days before the start of class – 50% refund. If I am able to fill your spot, you will receive 100% refund.
 Less than 14 days before class start – No refund unless I am able to fill the spot (then 100% will be refunded) Thank you for understanding!


“You will know that when all’s said and done “to become an Artist” means nothing: whereas to become alive, or one’s self, means everything.”

– E .E. Cummings

What is art journaling?

Art Journaling can take many forms. Heather’s approach combines brief meditations, writings, personal reflection and other art tools so you can develop meaningful art pages meant for personal expression. Heather shows you how to use art making techniques using a variety of mixed media to create art journal pages in the form of a book. The result is personal and explorative rather than intended for some external, commercial endeavor.  However, if you are a professional artist, it can be an amazing way to explore ideas and to find inspiration.

Connecticut Magazine interviewed me in June 2021 about Art Journaling. Read the article.

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