Teesha Moore Workshops

Last Saturday and Sunday I went to the Rubber Stamp Convention and on Friday I took a couple of early morning Teesha Moore workshops that were held at the Convention Center as well.


Both workshops were fun and freeing for me.  I got to work in one of my favorite mediums - collage, but more than that, I got to use colors I am not usually drawn to when I create.  Here's what I created:


This collage was created on a canvas using papers and fun foam and paints and paint pens . . .
This one I created on cardstock using some of the same techniques but is meant to be a journal page . . .
Me and some of my art buddies at our table . . .
and here are some of the other artist's creations from both workshops . . .
















After the workshops I joined my friends for a nice lunch before I went back to the hotel and started resting up for the two days ahead! . . .
I will do another blog post Saturday morning to share photos from both days of the Rubber Stamp Convention and the Tea I went to with friends Pam and Nancy.

7 comments:

Helen said...

what fantastic art work!

Nancy Lynn said...

Everything is so wonderful. I really love Teesha's work a lot. So sad that I missed out on this but so happy that you got to attend. Thanks for sharing.

Lori said...

Wonderful stuff, Sherry! Love her style, it's so unique! And your projects came out wonderfully! How fun!

Kathy Eddy said...

What a fun time! Great art here girlfriend!

Angie said...

Your pieces are so vibrant ...I love the journal page so much. Your fellow artists' work was amazing too. You all must have had such fun.

Linda said...

Fantastic artwork!!! Sounds like everyone had fun!

Eileen said...

All the artwork...yours and everyone else's is just so full of life and joy, what I've always admired about Teesha's style.
I could never really get into zetti myself, but absolutely love looking at everyone's take on it.
Best of all, of course, is sharing that experience with friends.
I think it's Linda Cain who always says, "art friends are the best friends," and I couldn't agree more.
Looking forward to your next post.
xoxo
Eileen