Cr8v Soul Crafternoons

Enjoy an evening of art with friends known and new 

Monthly on the third Saturday. We will meet on Zoom for camaraderie and crafts.  Projects are seasonal and simple enough for anyone to complete.  Drawing skills are not required.  These classes are appropriate for all levels of experience and for anyone over age 10.

 

When:

Monthly on third Saturday of the month

 

Where:

Zoom link provided after registration

Investment: 

Suggested donation $20.

Upcoming Dates & Projects listed below

Virtual Vision Boards

January 23, 2021 on Zoom

Envision and empower your 2021 dreams for health, love, & prosperity. What can you imagine for this year?  What would you like to create and attract?  

 

The struggle of 2020 is now behind us.

But we cannot see what is ahead of us.

Which of our dreams will come true in 2021?

What could we create?

 

The possibilities are endless and rich. Let's sit together and imagine what it might look like, what it might feel like to have it all - to have it all our way.

 

What images and words might capture those emotions, those feelings you want to experience?

Journaling and reflecting beforehand about the things and feelings you want to keep from 2020 and the things and feelings you want to add in 2021 will add power to your intentions.

You will need:

  • a sheet of posterboard or matboard at least 11 inches x 17 inches,

  • Lots of colorful magazines and/or catalogs,

  • scissors,

  • glue sticks,

  • stickers,

  • pens,

  • colored paper, and

  • pens

Begin collecting magazine images and collage supplies of scenes and phrases that inspire you.

 

Book your tickets here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cr8v-soul-virtual-vision-boards-tickets-135230555231

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2020 Event:

Winter Solstice Moonlight

Saturday, December 19, 2020 4:30pm - 6:30pm on Zoom

 

In the quiet moonlight, l contemplate this year of 2020. Where we started, where we arrived, and where we may go. The turning of the seasons, the birth/death cycles of nature continue undaunted by massive health, financial, and social upheavals around the planet. Once again we pass through the dark, cold night of hibernation, dream time, and incubation. Our fire turns down to embers glowing in the dark. pulsating, waiting, asking for faith. While we cannot alter the past or nature’s seasons we can change our minds, our intentions, and visions for the future. Let us acknowledge the peace of this longest night of the year by creating a moonlit painting that enlivens our faith in the restorative power of darkness and mystery.

Gather your favorite painting supplies and join me to paint a moonlit night scene together over Zoom.

Suggested Supplies:

  • 16” x 20” Canvas - painted dark blue

  • Acrylic Paints in Black, White, Ultramarine, Cyan (Turquoise), Brown, Naples Yellow

  • Acrylic Paint Brushes 

  • Pencil 

  • White foam or china plate for palette

  • Water cup & water

  • Paper towels

  • Apron

  • Snacks & beverages

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2021 Cr8V Soul Art Projects

In Love With Painting

February 20, 2021 on Zoom

Here is my secret. It’s quite simple: One sees clearly only with the heart. Anything essential is invisible to the eyes.

―Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince

Inspired by the work of pop artist Jim Dine and the symbol for February let’s create a heart-based artwork together. 

 

This virtual class is an excellent place to start experimenting with abstract painting techniques, especially if you have a fear of abstract painting or you haven’t painted in a long time. The heart shape provides a simple structure that defines the composition while allowing you the freedom to fill the painting surface in a multitude of different ways and to try new creative techniques, just as Jim Dine has done.

 

This class is appropriate for all ages and all painting levels.

You will need:

  • Acrylic paint (or tempera paint) – basic colors including black.

  • 16” x 20” Canvas or canvas board

  • Paintbrushes in varied sizes

  • Palette for mixing paint (Can use a white plate)

  • Tape

  • Water jar

  • 16” x 20” heavy paper

  • Scissors

  • Apron

  • Wet wipes/ paper towels

Chakra Touchstones

March 20, 2021 on Zoom

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In this month’s Cr8V Soul Crafternoon we will be painting sacred chakra touchstones to open and balance our energy.

 

A touchstone is an amulet you hold in your hand to enhance positive energy.

 

Chakras are seven spinning vortices of life force energy that span the length of the human spine.  These colored wheels cannot be seen by the human eye—but they can be seen, felt, and sensed through our intuition. The invisible life force housed in our Chakras is called "Chi" or "Prana," and it helps to keep us vibrant, healthy, and alive. Each Chakra is associated with a place on the body as well as a specific set of physical and emotional energies and a specific color.

This class is appropriate for all ages and all painting levels.

You will need:

  • 7 small smooth rocks (can be painted before class with red, orange, yellow, green, turquoise, dark blue, violet) or one large rock  

  • Posca Fine Point Acrylic Paint Markers (Black, White, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green Turquoise, Dark Blue, Violet) 

  • Paper towels or wet wipes

  • Apron & gloves

  • Snacks & beverages

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April 2021

Watery Acrylic Pour

May 2021

Cupcake Experience

June 2021

Summer Solstice Sun Mandala on Yellow splash

We will be creating an abstract acrylic painting using watery colors of acrylic paint mixed with pouring mediums to to create beautiful and unique art. You will be amazed at how addicting the process is! 

 

WHAT IS PAINT POURING?

Paint pouring is when you mix acrylic paints with pouring mediums and then pour the mixture onto a surface. High Flow Acrylic paint already has the pouring medium mixed in. There are a huge variety of mediums and techniques to try, today we will use two techniques - Dirty Pour and Flip Cup

You Will Need:

  • Canvas 10”x 10” (2)

  • Push Pins (8)

  • High Flow Acrylic Paint (Black, White, 4 Blue & Green Colors)

  • 8 cups

  • Stirring sticks

  • Water & paper towels for cleanup

 

Optional but great if you have them: 

  • Silicone Oil, alcohol or WD40

  • Hairdryer or straw

  • Expired Gift Card

July 2021

Alcohol Ink Flowers

August 2021

Travel Journal

October 2021

Pet Portraits

November 2021

Illustrated Gratitude Quote

September 2021

Buddha's Smile

December 2021

Winter Solstice Golden Moon

© 2020 Susan Convery