Tuesday, March 05, 2013

new studio classes and a giveaway!

Its my second day of updates and then its back to regular scheduled inspiration! 

I have been hard at work planning live classes and I've got some fun stuff coming to my studio this summer and fall! Details and registration will be coming next week but for now here is a tiny peek-







And today, I've got another giveaway!

To celebrate learning, I am giving away three $50 vouchers for online classes

Leave me a comment and tell me one creative technique or process you would like to learn.

I will select winners later this week!

275 comments:

  1. Bhupali Gupte12:25 AM

    hi Alisa, thanks for the giveaway :-) on my learn-to-do list is stamp carving. I've been trying but the results leave a lot to be desired...

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  2. hmm..i'd definatly go for Graffiti Remix. I am loving to make lot of mess here :)

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  3. Painting is what I want to learn. It has been my Achilles Heel till now and I wish to convert it into my strength :) :) :)

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  4. Martha Tsapatori12:41 AM

    Hello Alisa !
    Thanks for the generous giveaway !

    Painting with watercolours is something I would like to learn.

    Greetings from Andros island, Greece

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  5. Hi Alisa!
    I would love to be able to draw as well as you do....

    Thanks for the giveaway!!!

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  6. I am dying to learn how to do portraits! Working on it!

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  7. Hi,

    I really enjoy your online classes!

    I have to boys 6 and 9 years old and I would like inspiration and ideas to art-projects that we could create together.

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  8. I would like to learn sketching... that would add something to my paintings - a more loose, skeetchy touch. Would also really love to learn how to carve my own stamps... phew... Have a lot more I would love to learn. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  9. You've inspired me in so many ways. I think I'd like to learn graffiti techniques. Would also love Adventurous Accessories 2 or Watercolour Bliss 2. Thanks.

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  10. Learning how to carve stamps has been on my to-do list for a while, but the expressive freedom of your graffiti style is also something I'd love to have a go at.

    Thank you for the give-away!

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  11. Anonymous1:09 AM

    I would love to master painting with watercolour. My own efforts are far from blissful....
    T J D Allen

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  12. I wish I'll be lucky enough to win. I'd like to learn sketching techniques
    (isabelle_bonhomme@hotmail.com)

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  13. Hi, Alisa. I LOVE coming here for inspiration, you are full of it!!. Have to tell ya, I keep sketching books and explore walks because of you and every second of it had been a bliss!. One thing I like to learn from you is Graffiti Remix, because I just can't get enough of sewing on fabrics :). Thanks so much for giving us a chance to win a class!. Hugs to you & Lu.

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  14. Can't wait to read what "Graffiti Remix" will be covering! Took Art of Abstraction and LOVED it!!!!!

    I would like to learn several techniques for transferring images onto a variety of surfaces. Plus, I would like to learn the best 'green' ways to seal finished acrylic and watercolor paintings.

    Keeping fingers crossed.

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  15. I would like to learn how to sketch and doodle everyday scenarios.

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  16. What a lovely giveaway, good luck to everyone who enters.

    I'd really like to take more art inspiration from my surroundings so am saving up for a couple of your classes already & it would be lovely to put this giveaway towards them.

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  17. Hi Lisa,
    What a great give away!
    I would choose Larger Than Life or Graffity Remix. I can use the new ideas to make beautiful large canvas paintings. Greetings, Inge :)

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  18. Discipline....I have none, I'd love to be able to keep a sketchbook.....

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  19. Oh Goodness... just thought of another idea for new online classes.

    We have seen the amazing artwork that your husband does...hmmm... any chance of him offering a beginners online drawing class?

    Or how about an online class that the two of you teach together! That would be cool.

    I bet a lot of us would enjoy either/or both!!!

    Have a Happy Day.


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  20. Alisa am Nubia Jesus of Uruguay,
    want desirte you're a creative person, I love your work and inspire me much, I would still see drawings of everyday life parese me funny, thanks for sharing your knowledge

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  21. I would like to learn how to layer my work so that the colours of the underlayers shine through the upper ones...either through painting or collage or whatever ...would LOVE to take an online class !!!!

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  22. I don't know if it's a certain technique but I would love to learn how to make those feathers you do. :) Thanks for the giveaway Alisa! :)

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  23. I am most interested in learning watercolor techniques.

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  24. I've tried a little bit of everything. I'd like to take my work to another level, maybe working more in a series or on a larger work.
    I'd love to take one of your classes as inspiration. On line would be great but I sure wish I didn't live clear across the continent!

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  25. i would love to be able to come to a live course but a bit far from Australia!

    i would like to learn how to do ink sketches and work with watercolours

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  26. carrie_pennington@hotmai.com2:58 AM

    Watercolor!

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  27. I wish I knew specific techniques to say I want to learn, but being that I am so new to all of this, I want to learn it ALL!! I would love to learn how to blend colors better, especially with watercolors since they are the most portable media I carry around with me, and pen and pencil. Thanks Alisa and I am so happy I have discovered you and your blog. You are so inspiring.
    XX

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  28. Anonymous3:12 AM

    Hi,
    i'd love ti learn to paint with water color.
    Thanks for the give away,
    Stephanie

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  29. jeannielucky3:21 AM

    I want to learn how to make my own stamps.

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  30. Thanks for the giveaway. I'd love to learn stamp carving. I even already have a lino cutting tool leftover from my school days that I knew would come in handy one day!

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  31. Sketchbook Delight!!!!

    I've wanted to take that class forever!!!!

    jaime
    barksblog.com

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  32. Thank you so much for this give-away! I'd like to improve me sketching, of course!!!

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  33. Sketching. I sooo want to improve my sketching! Thank you for the chance!

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  34. Thank you for such a generous giveaway. I would love to learn more about composition along with being fearless about colour.

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  35. portraits of all kinds!

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  36. Thank you for being so generous. I would like to learn how to free up my painting style, loosen up a bit.

    Thanks for being so inspiring.

    Helen x

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  37. I want to work on my watercolor skills. I got a taste of it in Sketchbook Delight but I want to take it further.

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  38. Thanks for the giveaway. If I won I would like to take your Whimsy class. Your pictures are magical!

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  39. I would love to learn more about sketching, watercolor and pen and ink.Thanks for this great giveaway

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  40. I try everything! I would like more inspiration with watercolor technique. However, I am up for anything new and a challenge!

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  41. I would love to learn how to sew... just the basics. I can basically do a straight line, but fabric just gives me heart palpitations.

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  42. I would love to learn to paint. abstract or freeform...looks like so much fun!

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  43. Oh how I would love to take one of your retreats! But I am thrilled you offer classes online too. :) I would love to learn more about watercolors.

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  44. I love your classes! I would like to know more about transfers onto acrylic.

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  45. I would love to learn more about gelli printing.. been thinking about buying one to make myself some papers for collages..

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  46. Hello from the Philippines! I love what you do and your book. Hmm, I think I'd like to learn how to be free like you!!! Patsy from
    HeARTworks

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  47. Hi Alisa, I'd love to learn how to make dreamy watercolours

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  48. Oh there are so many techniques and so little time! That said, I want to continue to expand my use of watercolor and learn how to combine it with sketching everyday objects and places, something I've done very little of...

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  49. I'd love to improve my watercolour skills. Love the way you use them to add such life to your sketches. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  50. I would definitely surf the se7en seas and leap across the ocean to spend real live time on a course with you!!!

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  51. I love sketches and would love to improve in this particular technique -yours always make me dream !

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  52. I would love to learn how to work with watercolor! I'm working on my doodling techniques with a sharpie and magic markets! You're site is so inspirational!!!

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  53. I would love to know how to look around me with new eyes and sketch and color in a way to make my everyday world look like magic!

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  54. I would love to be able to take one if your classes again your giveaway r so generous and hope whomever gets it enjoys it

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  55. I need to learn to loosen up in my art. I would love to take one of you classes to see your process. Your work is so free and loose. Thank you!

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  56. I would love to improve my painting techniques, especially with acrylic paint and watercolors.
    I love your work. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  57. I would love to learn stamps carving... Its been on my list for a long time now... Thanks for the chance..

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  58. I'd love to learn how to doodle more than my boring spirals, and to make my own fabric. It's very frustrating to see what I would like in my head, and be unable to actually create it!

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  59. I want to learn your style of free motion quilting. I learned FM quilting last year, but it was the very "perfect" way of doing it (ex: not crossing over lines). I feel fear before doing it because I don't want to mess up! How sad! I want to feel free to do it my way! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity and your blog with so much inspiration!!!

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  60. definitely larger than life or grafitti remix. For some crazy reason, I am hesitant to go large and messy. I think your class would get me started. :) Thanks.

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  61. Katie Mc D (ktmcd@yahoo.com)6:07 AM

    Hey there, I love your grafitti style A LOT and would love to learn how to achieve that look. Thanks much, Katie (ktmcd@yahoo.com)

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  62. These classes sound so amazing and I wish I lived closer to you! One technique that I would love to learn from you is how you mix your watercolors. It's probably basic knowledge but I never seem to understand it. Thank you for this opportunity, Alisa!

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  63. I've got a couple of your classes in the hopper to be visited and revisited. The one I would love is Larger Than Life. I remember being blown away by this when I first saw the video of you painting the tree, then covering it all over while I gasped with wonder, horror and awe. I would love to achieve that freedom!

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  64. I want to learn more about sketching and thanks for this opportunity!

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  65. Vanessa S.6:32 AM

    Hi Alisa!

    I would like to learn more about painting on canvas!!!

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  66. I love all your classes. I still don't feel confident with my sketching skills. I know that comes with more and more practice. Also, I would like to do more abstracts, using hand-made stamps. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  67. Creating whimsical art...I struggle with moving beyond what I see when drawing/painting. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  68. I would love to learn from you how to carve doodle stamps to use as texture in mixed media pieces.

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  69. Jennifer Lemke6:51 AM

    I would love to learn the basics of watercolor. Have been wanting to take that class forever!!

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  70. Carrie6:53 AM

    Thank you for your generous giveaways! I would love to learn to work on a larger scale and experiment with layering. Also a fan of screen printing, but have minimal experience.

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  71. I would like to learn about watercolor painting.

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  72. Truthfully, I love all creative processes but I think the one that interests me right now is faux finishes--on furniture, on walls, on fabric--it doesn't matter I just LOVE to find new ways to create a finish on an item. Love your blog---
    Pat, A Remade Life

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  73. i would love to learn how you paint those gorgeous feathers and more about color theory using watercolors. your work is gorgeous!

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  74. I would like to learn more about creating with the paper app on my ipad. And more on shading/shadowing correctly in my sketching.
    Rinda

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  75. Layering colors...working on messy paintings! Thanks for such a great giveaway! I always enjoy the online classes!!

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  76. Mmmm...I'd love to learn leather carving. Thank you for the generous opportunity! Blessings ~H♥~

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  77. I would l really love to learn how to work "big" like you do.

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  78. Learning how to work with watercolors would be great! Love your blog :)

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  79. I just dabbled with graffiti a bit in my art journal, I am WAY impressed with graffiti artists now, sheesh! That was tough! Loved seeing graffiti remix on the list!
    Still hoping to get to the beach for one of your workshops, it has been far too long since I have been there!

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  80. I would LOVE to learn how to carve stamps like you...I love all the doodle and texture stamps. I would love to take the stamp carving mini workshop...it's on my list!

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  81. I'd like to continue to improve my sketching/watercolor skills. Your Wonder and Whimsy class has already been such a help and inspiration. Thanks for another opportunity to win a giveaway.

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  82. I enjoy watching you add layers and doodle. Any kind of drawing would be appreciated. I

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  83. How cool! I've never taken an online class before so that will be a new adventure. I love to watercoloring and you can always improve old skills so that would be fun. Or stamp carving!

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  84. sarita7:40 AM

    I would love to learn how to draw better and learn about using watercolors. Thank you for this generous opportunity...xx

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  85. Kelly Wilbur7:41 AM

    I love how doodles just pour out of you

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  86. I would like to learn how to do more with watercolors, Spectrum Noir markers,and how to go with the flow in art. It would be great to win this!

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  87. What a lovely giveaway! I'd love to play around with free motion sewing...I love the way it looks.

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  88. I need to sketch more! Thanks for the chance :)

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  89. I would definitely like to learn graffiti remix! because I want to learn how to step outside of the box with sewing and get creative!

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  90. I would like to get more into sketching everyday but the idea of the graffiti intrigues me.

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  91. Another giveaway, sweet!!! I would love to be able to draw and sketch without thinking too much.I need to learn more techniques and maybe that would help me. I love your sketches and doodles oh so much. You are such an inspiration :)

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  92. Alisa, thanks soooo much for this chance to win!! Wish I lived closer to take one of your LIVE classes, would LOVE LOVE that soooo much!! Winning the gift cards is almost as good but one day I hope to meet you!

    Yesterday's blog you asked about our Monday's. Well, my plans changed since the sun came out. I went out and made a video of my yard and took lots of pictures. My hubby called and asked me out for lunch so it was a GREAT GREAT DAY!!

    I read the comment way above about your hubby doing some classes or you two together, THAT WOULD BE AWESOME!!

    What I want to learn is making my own stamps, would love to make my own for Project Life and art work!!I need to learn more about layers and blending colors too.

    Thanks again Alisa, sorry for the long comment, just had to share!

    Have a GREAT TUESDAY!! Fingers crossed!!

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  93. I'd really love to refresh my watercolor skills! It's been a long time since my college art days. ;)

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  94. I would love loosen up my artwork and taking one of your doodle classes might be a fun way to start. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  95. Sketching! Love your blog, I check it every day!

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  96. Hi Alisa,
    So fun to see our class photo on your blog today, and remember all the fun times we had!!!
    I've been busy painting and decorating.
    I would love to see a class that combines how to stretch canvas, cheaply frame paintings, and use our all in decorating.
    Thanks!!

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  97. Hi Alisa, I'm interested in learning how to sketch and watercolor the beautiful shells and starfish! Thanks for
    the inspiration you provide!

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  98. Anonymous8:35 AM

    Loose sketches and watercolors. Looks so fun to do. Jane S

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  99. encaustics or stamp carving :)

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  100. Rachel8:39 AM

    I would love to learn how to work with fabric; creative ways to layer and use dimension and different stitching! I hand sew and would love to know how to do this sans a machine :)

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  101. What a wonderful series of studio classes! I wish I lived close enough to attend!
    I love taking classes, online and in-person. I'd like to learn more about making digital art - maybe digital painting or art journaling.

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  102. Hi Alisa, I would love to learn how to keep a watercolor sketchbook. I'm also really interested in stamp carving and creating repeated patterns. Thanks for the chance to win. x

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  103. Hi Alisa,
    Thanks for the opportunity! I would really like to learn more layering/pattern techniques. For me, I think the most challenging aspect of art, is to quit playing it safe, and shut down that inner critic!

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  104. I have a bit of an obscure desire which is, to "unlearn" perfectionism. Seriously! I need to be more loose and grungy and messy! I have too many art journals with pages that are blank, canvases unfinished and art supplies rarely used (like my sewing machine!). If I do use my art supplies, I feel like I'm just tinkering. What am I waiting for???

    I would love to learn whimsical art journaling, watercolor textures, mixed-media textiles, abstract print or fabric design making, and somehow collage everything together into a book!

    Thank you for being an inspiration, Alisa!

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  105. I would love to learn confidence in my ability to create art on a daily basis.

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  106. I would love to learn to doodle sea scape. Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

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  107. I would love to learn to paint big and bold

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  108. What a wonderful giveaway! I would love to get into mixed media....I just don't know where to begin. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  109. I am hoping to get better at the wet-on-wet watercolor technique, and having the colors melt together in a pretty way. Thanks for the chance to win the giveaway!

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  110. Janelle9:24 AM

    Watercolour has become one of my favorite mediums. (How in the world do you pick an absolute favorite?)I'd love to improve my skills and become more confident in using them!

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  111. The techniques I want to learn are never ending, which why I love art. But lately, my husband has been taking a wood carving class, and he makes it look really fun. I think I might have a new hobby soon!

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  112. I would love to learn how to loosen up my sketching! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  113. Would like to become a better sketcher.

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  114. I'd love to take a class to learn how to work a sewing machine. I've tried on my own but it usually ends up with the machine making awful noises and me swearing at it. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  115. I would love to take my abstract art to another level by taking your workshop.

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  116. hi alisa -- right now i am taking whimsy and wonder -- i have also taken your abstract online class and creative daily workshop -- i love your daily inspiration -- i would like to learn about using a gelli plate -- thanks -- hope i win -- wish i was closer but i am in north carolina

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  117. I'd love to take any of your classes! But free motion sewing is def on my list of things to learn!

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  118. Anonymous10:34 AM

    HI Alisa. Thank you for the generous giveaways. I really want to draw. I have taken drawing classes in the past and come away very frustrated. Everyone else in the classes always did great and I never passed the "looks like a 5 year old did it phase". I do calligraphy and would like to be able to illustrate my work. Thanks. Gloria Atwell

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  119. Looks like some great classes. Thanks for a chance to win!
    Aloha, Kate

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  120. I'd love to win the first sketchbook one :) is it sketchbook delifght!

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  121. I'd love to take your "food journaling" class that starts soon! I would love to draw some of my Grandmother's recipes; Her name was Lucy as well!

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  122. I'm fascinated about colors, so starting with "Color your world" would be great! I have to learn some color theory and practice color mixing... And I love colors you use in all your projects!

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  123. Sketching is fun. I would love to get started!

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  124. I'd love more drawing stuff since that's one of the things I promised myself I'd learn this year.

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  125. I would love to explore watercolor a bit more. I have always wanted to take a class but never got around to it. It would be so much fun!

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  126. I would love to be more confident with trying mixed media techniques. Love your classes! Thanks.

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  127. Stamp carving. I love the look but need to work on translating my designs to a stamp.

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  128. I would love to learn more about creating mixed media art.

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  129. More Creative Jewelry!!!!!!!!!!!

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  130. I would love to Color My World with your class. I also love color and my house surely looks like it as do my clothes. But I could use your help in making the most of the color in my world. Thanks for the opportunity. Your blog is inspiring.

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  131. i would love to learn more about drawing whole scenes. not just an object but a scene. ty for the opportunity! :)

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  132. I would love to learn to be more spontaneous with my watercolors.

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  133. Hi Alisa, my 'bete noir' is image transfer. There must be a simple way to get it right.

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  134. I love your stamps but have never used them in my art - this I'd love to try

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  135. the grungy/grafitti look~thanks for your giveaway-count me in !

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  136. I would love to learn more about watercolor painting.

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  137. Hi, Alisa. I would LOVE to know how to connect drawing and sewing like you do. But mostly I'd love to get original ideas to do art from everyday's life. I am still in the copying phase, I copy for practice.

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  138. I would like to learn more about mixed media. It seems to be what I am drawn to the most!

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  139. I want to learn how to step out of my 9x12 box and create BIG!

    Thanks
    Cristi
    2ifbysea1067@bellsouth.net

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  140. I'd love to learn how to carve stamps. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

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  141. Wow, what a cool giveaway! Thank you for offering this!
    I come to your site regularly for inspiration - really appreciate your style. My sons noticed too - they recognize it immediately when it pops up ;)

    I enjoy sketching a lot, but would like to get better at it. though the GraffitiRemix sounds very tempting as well... That's actually a tough decision.
    Thanks again for all you offer.

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  142. I would love more of your watercolor and sketchbook classes.

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  143. Hi Alisa,

    love to learn skeching with watercolors....thank you for the giveaway...;)
    Manuela

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  144. Oh, if only I lived on the west coast! How fun it would be to take a live class. I'd love to learn more whimsical sketching techniques! Hmmm. There seems to be a class about this very subject and its my birthday next week. Fingers crossed the random picker will pick me!

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  145. Anonymous1:41 PM

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    I would love to learn more about big paintings and abstacts.
    ~Julia M. in MI

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  146. only one creative technique?? there are so many! first and foremost, i want to learn more sketchbook technique...drawing then coloring in...doodling i guess you could call it....oh my.

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  147. Sketching and sewing.

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  148. I would love to learn some mixed media techniques. Thanks for the giveaway.:) Fingers crossed.

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  149. Hi Alisa! I would love to learn more about keeping a sketchbook!

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  150. Learn more about shading and layering colors. Thanks for sharing your art. Love all your photos.

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  151. I would love to learn to use my sewing machine with confidence. At the moment I think it could be possessed...we are not on friendly terms and it scares me.

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  152. Kittyj3:20 PM

    AWESOME! Only one!?! I loved reading about a class you had where you crafted with found stuff from the beach! I'd LOVE that!

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  153. I love when you reveal peeks of your sketchbook. I would like to learn your techniques with pen&ink and watercolor.

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  154. I would love to learn how to draw. I can't draw to save my life.

    ~Tracey G.

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  155. i have been wanting to learn screenprinting for a long time. but, i don't think you teach it. :(

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  156. There are so many things I would want to learn... but I think I want to know more about using watercolors. It's just something that I can't seem to get down.

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  157. would like to learn layering techniques--love your style, alisa!

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  158. i want to learn all of your techniques but that one that has intrigues me most is your graffiti style and sewing!

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  159. I would love to learn more watercolor techniques...although the indecisive Libra in me can't decide! So I also want to say graffiti techniques too :) Thank you!

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  160. lghamilton@bellsouth.net5:37 PM

    I would love to how to learn how to learn how to funkify photos and use them in unique ways to diplsay my travel photos. Thanks for opportunity to win a class voucher (which would be very cool & make my month) Thanks for all your inspiration! LGH

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  161. I would like to learn more about watercolours. Your artworks always look fantastic and mine ... let's just say that I need heaps of more practice! Thanks for the chance.

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  162. i would like to learn how to use a sketchbook more than I can do now...I am not motivate because i don't know what to do first...what is the best book to use, the best tools and keep it simple...you looks like playing in your book and I adore it...thanks to offer again a free class..you are so generous!!! xxx

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  163. KeelinM6:28 PM

    Hi- I would like to explore encaustic in my work.

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  164. I would love to learn how to get in the creative head space and find inspiration no matter where I am.
    :) I would love to take one of your classes! x

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  165. I would love to be able to draw freely in my sketchbook especially while doing landscapes.

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  166. I would love to learn more about the process of altering clothing! Of course, that might require a bit of sewing skill too :) I love the altered items that you have shared on your blog - those cute hearts on your daughter's clothes still make me smile! Thanks for all the wonderful inspiration!!!!!

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  167. You have a beautiful blog, and your creations are wonderful!

    I would love to make more art in general. I am pretty crafty and can turn a t-shirt into a lot of different things, but I am interested in learning more of the art side of things. Drawing (people and landscapes), watercolors, and clay would probably be my three biggest, though I just love learning new ways to be creative.

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  168. I want to learn the art of doodling. I've always been a fiber artist, and it's time that I let loose and learn how to draw.

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  169. I would love to take the watercolor bliss course! I have already taken sketchbook delight and am about to start sketchbook delight 2!

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  170. I would love to take the watercolor bliss course! I have already taken sketchbook delight and am about to start sketchbook delight 2!

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  171. Oh my... what techniques would I like to learn??? How to narrow it down... Let's see...

    Stamp Carving would be #1
    Sketching and Drawing
    Tissue Paper Collage... really collage of any type.
    Simple silk screen
    Dying... fabric, wood, eggs, string, whatever!
    How to silence my 'inner critic'
    Lettering/writing
    A paper primer... what paper is good for markers, water colors, acrylic etc.

    I can find instructions for most of these on line... however I enjoy your style and 'spin' on things and would prefer to learn from you.

    Like you, I believe creating art should not be costly

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  172. Thank you for doing this wonderful giveaway treats! I would love to learn how to combine the nature with my arts. I am a self-taught artist,and I have learned all the things that I want to learn by myself. It is time-consuming,and most of the time I made many mistakes through the process. However, I am so lucky to be able to do what I LOVE TO DO in my life which is create! So, I would love to learn watercolor technique,and how to enrich my illustration with all the things that I love in nature. I enjoy visiting your blog,and get inspired because you are doing exactly what I would love to do. So, I have been going outdoor,and sketch whatever I want lately. It is so rewarding!!! ^______^ Thank you for inspiring me to create more!!!

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  173. Oh... I forgot to mention I really love when you choose one subject and do a study.

    I would love to see individual studies on:
    Your feathers
    Rocks/stones/gems/crystals/ sea glass
    Ribbons
    Beads
    salt and pepper shakers
    twigs
    leaves
    weather - rain, snow, sleet, fog

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  174. I would love to learn how to do free motion stitching to write and doodle on fabric! Mixed media techniques are my favorite! Thanks!

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  175. Hi Alisa, thank you for the giveaway!
    I'd like to learn what is the best paper ever for using watercolors-a paper that doesn't bleed and doesn't buckle.
    Thank you for your generosity to all of us!
    Sandy

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  176. I want to learn photography, i bought an expensive camera but still havent figured it out. you should have a photography class, your photos are amazing

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  177. I would love to learn to do travel journaling, but I am also looking forward to your drawing "cuisine" class. I love cooking and eating.

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  178. I would love to learn how to sell my artwork - how to take pictures of it, print them, etc. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  179. Graffiti Remix looks awesome!! Your work is so inspiring!!

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  180. I can't wait to hear more about your classes! I would like to learn how to carve stamps.

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  181. I would love to learn more about drawing what I see. I learn how to draw specific things but get stuck when I want to draw something different.

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  182. I want to win, I want to win:)))
    Painting with watercolours!

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  183. I would like to learn how to draw sketchy items in a small amount of time. Thanks

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  184. Your in person class schedule sounds great. I'm pretty far away, but I had the good fortune of taking two or more of your online classes a few years ago and they were excellent!
    I would like ideas and techniques for incorporating watercolors into my mixed media work.

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  185. I would like to learn sketching and portraits.

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  186. I love to learn to carve my own stamps

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  187. I'd love to take one of your online classes. The trick would be deciding which one!

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  188. I would love to get a better hang of watercolours!

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  189. I would love to learn more about how you work withnyounsketch book you're pages always look so beauty full thank you for a other opportunity for a give way

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  190. I love your work, and I'd like to come to your studio, but it's really really too far from here !!!
    Your online workshops are great and I'd love to learn more about abstraction ! Thanks for your generous giveaway.

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  191. I love to learn sketching,and long to attend one of our retreats in person. Taking what I see through my camera lens, and figure out how to sketch and paint it would be awesome.

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  192. I'd like to learn more about sketching and watercolor.
    Thank you for another wonderful giveaway!

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  193. I would love to learn how to carve my own stamps and also work BIG on a canvas!!!

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  194. I would love to learn more mixed-media techniques!
    Thank you for the chance to win!

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  195. Amy U4:11 AM

    Mixed media is an interest of mine. Your blog is full of such inspiration, thanks for your hard work and dedication. Thanks for an awesome give away!

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  196. Even though I took your Sketchbook online class, I'd love to be able to take the class in person. (and seeing those amazing sketchbooks up close!)

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  197. Hey Alisa,
    I would love to learn how you photoshop your picture onto your drawings! I love when you post those and they look like so much fun! Thanks for the giveaway... I enjoy all your classes.

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