Available online classes

Available online classes

Selling your art online and reaching new markets with social media

In this online class you will learn how to professionally present yourself and your Art online. You will also learn how to get access to Art lovers worldwide and how to use social media marketing to promote your Art. We will also talk about what should go on your professional website and your blog.

You will learn the following basic skills :

What tools can you use to easily build your website? Do you need an online store?
How to build connections with your potential clients by setting up a newsletter?
Is selling prints on demand for you?
Are online galleries worth your time and effort?
Do you need a Facebook page for your art?
What to post on Twitter or Instagram?
What can Pinterest do for your business?
Do you need a blog? What could you write about in a blog?
How to automate most tasks so you still have time to paint?

In this class I am not walking you through all the details of technical step by step. Instead I will provide you with links and tools so you can set up your accounts and look professional online.
This class will provide you with a general strategy to set up and maintain your online presence. I will give you assignments at the end of each important unit so you can take it step by step and build on what you already have.

No need to be a computer wizard to benefit from this class. I will make it as simple and straightforward as possible because I know you would rather spend most of your time creating art.

Once you pay for this class, you will have unlimited access to the modules and units and can take as much time as you need going through the class.

The class will be updated every few months or whenever big changes are occurring on social media for example.

One time fee for unlimited access to this class : $ 39

Step by step: How to paint mixed media flowers from imagination

In this class, you will learn all the steps in detail to paint a mixed media flower painting from your imagination. We will start from an abstract background in watercolor or liquid acrylic, then work intuitively from there.

Supplies list:
-Canvas or board if you want to work on yupo paper mounted on board. (I recommend a square size of about 12 x 12 inches to start with)
-Liquid acrylic paints, or inks or watercolor
-Markers or dipping pen and ink
- Nupastel in a dark color or graphite
- Rubbing or isopropyl Alcohol
- White acrylic
- optional: Markers, crayons, colored pencils, pastels....
- Krylon workable fixative
-A few brushes
-Varnish

If you are going to mount the yupo paper on board, you will also need extra heavy gel medium and a spatula or stiff brush.

26 weeks of intensive explorations

In this course, I will give you inspiration and ideas to create a new painting or drawing every week.
You can choose the time you want to spend on each class. You can decide to make a big finished painting or only a small sketch for each class.
If you decide to complete a class each week, the class should last 6 months. You can also decide to complete a class every 2 weeks for a length of 1 year.
I also would like you to share with the class the works you completed and we can discuss each week assignment in the comments.
Of course if you need a bit more time to complete a week or if you wish to skip a few, I will let you do that.

Express Yourself - Creative well being class

Enjoy creative well being through self expression and artistic exploration of feelings.

Créativité et Bien Etre

Une classe qui va vous permettre de vous exprimer et explorer de nouvelles méthodes qui donneront un sens a vos oeuvres.

12 weeks of drawing explorations

12 self paced drawing assignments to make you discover ways to have fun with drawing

Papier mâché alcohol ink flower bowls

In this class, I am going to show you how to make beautiful papier mâché flower bowls with patterns. They are very easy to make and each one will be unique. You can use them to hold jewelry, keys and little objects.

Get feed back on your work - 1 session

Ever felt stuck while working on a project? Or unable to objectively assess your own work?

Sandrine Pelissier  can help you by giving you a gentle honest feedback.

Linoprinting for beginners

In this class you will have fun learning how to design and print with blocks on fabric. No experience is required. We will show you, step by step how to create a beautiful hand printed scarf, and how to apply the techniques you learned to a variety of other projects.

 

We will show you, step by step how to:

  • Come up with your own design
  • Select colors and composition that will work together
  • Carve it on rubber material
  • Repeat mosaic-like geometric patterns
  • Stamp your design with fabric ink