Art Rules with Nathalie Kalbach

Written by Michelle Mccosh
September 24, 2017 @ 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
everything scrapbook & stamps
4095 N State Rd 7 N
Lake Worth, FL 33449
Art Rules with Nathalie Kalbach @ everything scrapbook & stamps | Lake Worth | Florida | United States


Our Friend Nathalie Kalbach is returning for three art filled days.


Let’s explore several master artists and get inspired by their artwork and
techniques to create wonderful and unique art journal pages.
Whether it be the Impressionist’s amazing color combinations or some of the
Surrealist’s fun collage techniques, there are many different Master Artists whose skills
can serve as a starting point for your own artwork. Find out what you like and what
works for you. Learn about opacity and layering, colors, troubleshooting, mixing
materials, making your own tools, creating backgrounds and patterns. We will work with
acrylic paints, inks, markers, wax bars and other paint media to create dimension and
texture. We will make the most of stencils, stamps, mono printing plates and generic
tools to make our own mark.
Get ready to Rule Your Art Journal!

Supplies to bring

! 8-10 colors of Acrylic Paint – soft body or fluid (your choice of favorite colors but include Red,
Yellow and Blue)
! Black and White Acrylic Paint
! Old hotel key / gift card
! Palette knife
! Gesso
! Matte Gel Medium
! Rubber Brayer
! Scissors
! Pencil
! Eraser
! Ruler
! Small water mister
! Collage material (little filefolder with snippets, scraps, paper you like and found, book paper anything
you feel can be used in a collage)
! Brushes – Variety – bristle, medium flat, small round, fan brush
! Heating gun
! Cosmetic Sponges (bring a pack of 10-15)
! Palette paper or Craft Sheet
! Optional: T-Shirt or Apron to protect clothes
! Gel Printing Plate or a letterpress sized acrylic sheet
! Journaling Pens – black – white – whatever you have and like
! Fashion magazine or Catalogue
! Archival Ink Pad -black and if you have other colors- bring those
! Piece of cardboard from an old box – not more than for example 6×6 necessary

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