Wednesday, July 21, 2010

cleveland class

These two pics show the journals and journaling done by my students.  
Just got back from teaching in cleveland.  Ginny Carter had set the whole thing up and half the reason I said yes was because I wanted to catch up with my long time friend.  Her house was amazing...something you would see on the street of dreams.  She had us over and made dinner for us along with Michael and Chris Meador, 2 other long time friends that are dear to us.  Ginny served Pimm's cup cocktails with peaches and plums in it along with a fabulous dinner.  Apparently Pimm's is extremely hard to find in the states, so this was very special.  She has a blog www.smallstudio.typepad.com that has more shots from the class.  My class was wonderful and everyone was courageous to explore strange new territories.  My students always surpass anything I've done and I always leave feeling so proud of them.

20 comments:

  1. It was wonderful and very special to have you here, Teesha and Tracy. Your classes were awesome and the social time together was so much fun. Thank you for the very kind words on your blog. Come back soon!

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  2. Wow : the journals of your students look stunning !
    do you plan to organize the same kind of class in Seattle ?

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  3. Looks like some super journal artists there Teesha !

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  4. What wonderful journals. Your students were very lucky to be able to take part in one of your classes.

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  5. Wow the journals look amazing. I'm a brit but live in the US and have to say I miss Pimms and Lemonade on a hot summer day, it really is hard to find out here.

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  6. Wow, I'm impressed they all look amazing, you should be very proud!

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  7. What a great think to inspire others! They look a-maz-ing!

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  8. It was such a thrill to be in your class Teesha...I really hope it wasn't your last. My local art supply store is going to be seeing a lot of me - I haven't stopped journaling since I got home! I'm even going to be teaching a small class next month about art journaling so there will be more converts to mixed media. Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  9. Loved the class, my next goal is to make it to Artfest or Journalfest in the next couple of years. It was lovely to be immersed in visual journaling for three whole days, I never get kind of time as a mom right now. All the other students were so inspiring too, want a wonderful experience, thank you again Teesha!

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  10. I really want to take a class from you! I have started a journal but I know that taking a class would really be an inspiration. Love your work!

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  11. What a talented bunch of people :-)

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  12. The journals all look great. How wonderful for everyone.

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  13. Wow, great journal from your class Teesha. Another great teacher in the family.

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  14. WOW! What a truely amazing project.
    I would love to be in your class too. Your students are having a wonderful time and they should be honored to be taking your class.

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  15. Hi Teesha, Have a question about your journal pages: what do you seal them with to make them shiny? Do you coat them with gel medium, tape ?
    Thanks Pam

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  16. Wow! The journals look awesome! I hope that someday you will be able to host an online class! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. all those journals look so cool. i would love to take the class!

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  18. wish I could have been there for this class too! Love the journals. The are spectacular.

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  19. I agree these journals are beautiful! I wish you could give an online class. I live in Australia.

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  20. Wow...seeing that table full of journals is soooo inspiring.

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