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For hundreds of years artists have been cutting and pasting magazine and newspaper clippings, photos, handmade papers, and found objects into new and exciting images called collage. In 21 SECRETS Paper, Glue, Scissors we’re keeping the tradition alive with the help of 21 talented mixed-media teachers whose workshops range from traditional collage principles to more experimental approaches....

Hey Friends!!! As some of you may already know --for the last seven years I have hosted a year long mentoring program for women artists called IGNITE. In IGNITE we focus on getting clear on what your unique gifts are as an artist and learn tools and methods to powerfully share those gifts in the world through workshops, retreats, etc....

Do you love mixed media and art journaling? Are you passionate about guiding others through the creative process powerfully? Do you have a unique perspective as an artist? Over at 21 SECRETS we are currently in the process of  planning our upcoming 21 SECRETS 2019 editions and we would love to hear from you!...

One of the perks of being the host of 21 SECRETS is that I receive a premier screening of all the workshops before they ever launch. And I must tell you that there's something electric about our new 21 SECRETS Summer Studio program! I believe it's because the daily lessons are condescend into three short videos totaling no more than 35 minutes top. Each talented teacher crafted a masterpiece that includes an introduction, instruction, and ends...

Last night I finally got my Linocut on. I’ve been itching to do this since freaking November when I started this body of ink sketches. And OhMyGosh — I totally forgot how much I love carving. I woke up this morning and literally squealed before getting out of bed knowing my linocut was waiting for me. You see, when I was in college I did this large body of linocut prints that took me a whole year...