Alcohol Markers and Colored Pencils Techniques
What do Copics, Spectrum Noir, Prisma Premier, Sharpies, and Bic markers have in common? Join Copic Certified Designer, Dr. Jeannette K. Jones, to learn the latest tips, tricks, and techniques to get the most out of your alcohol markers. Don’t currently use alcohol markers in your crafting yet? Then this is the perfect workshop to try this type of crafting media before making an investment into alcohol markers. What about the colored pencils you have laying around? This workshop will also cover best practices for shading, blending, texturing, and contrasting when using wax based colored pencils.
|July 8th, July 23rd||9:30am – 5:00pm||12:30pm – 2:00pm||6 hours|
Dr. Jeannette K. Jones, RCC
|LOCATION||Temporary City of Berea Codes Department – Conference Room – 633 Chestnut Street (Former Mitchell Tolle Studio & Gallery)|
|PRICE||$105.00 (Includes all materials and supplies as well as a tote bag full of art supplies to take home.)|
|AGE||12 & Up (Youth 12 – 18 MUST bring an Authorization to Transport Form and an Emergency Medical Consent Form, completed and signed by a parent or legal guardian, found at this Attendees Resources link.)|
|CLASS SIZE||10 Max|
|TAKE HOME||Sample swatch creations, a minimum of two completed projects from each media type as well as a tote bag full of art supplies such as pencils, stamps, blending tool, card stock, and papers.|
|NOTES||NOTE TO EDUCATORS: Educators attending this session will receive a link to on-line cross-curricular connection possibilities, a resource list, suggested classroom activities based on skills and concepts covered in the session and aligned with KY Academic Standards, and a certificate of participation for professional learning documentation.|
Dr. Jeannette K. Jones, RCC
Dr. Jeannette K. Jones, RCC, is a full professor and Dean of Education at American Intercontinental University (AIU), a Stamp and Mixed Media Artist, and a Breast Cancer Survivor. She serves on the Board of Directors for Star Charities, Inc. and founded Stamp to Cope, Inc. to share breast cancer survival skills and coping therapies. Dr. Jones received her BS in Human Resource Management from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, her MBA from Averett University in Danville, Virginia, her Ed.D in Instructional Technology and Distance Education from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Coaching Certification from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio, and her post doctorate research certification in the area of Mind, Brain, and Education from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Dr. Jones, is a Copic Certified Immediate Design instructor, a Spotted Canary Scrapbook Certified Designer, Spotted Canary Certified Instructor, and custom stamp art designer. Some of her stamp art can be viewed on her blog at stamptocope.blogspot.com. The mission of Stamp to Cope, Inc.- Stamping breast cancer education, awareness, and survivorship coping challenges into the hearts of Central Kentucky Appalachian youth, survivors, and support partners, one creative project at a time.