Yesterday I taught my "For the Love of Layers" workshop in my studio.
It was a full house, 11 students and me. I had to extent the tables and we didn't have much moving space but we managed :D
It was a fun day with a lovely group and lots of laughs. Again, I was amazed by the beautiful projects everyone made. So versatile, so much variety in style and color choices, but all amazing!
This picture was taken in the first half of the morning, working on the first couple layers. They did all get a chair btw, LOL! I don't ask my students to stand all day, but to be honest, this is how I prefer to work too. I think that if I ever have to change the furniture in my studio that I will have high tables and stools.
I had to get up to my counter to get this shot :) I love how that table looks with all the paint and markers and stencils and of course all the works in progress!
After lunch it was time to start adding the top layers. This can be a bit scary as it looks as if you're going to ruin all the nice work you did so far.
And another shot from "above".
My demo piece in progress.
Here's a little collage of the works in progress. Unfortunately one student had to leave early to catch a train so there is one missing.
And the last one of the day. The students with their works of art! Aren't they amazing? And don't you just love all those happy faces? I do!
Wishing you all a lovely Sunday and a great week ahead!