Category: Classes and Workshops

Wildland Creatures, New Stencil Designs

I am excited to announce the Release of my New Stencil Designs…for StencilGirl! Let me tell you a little about them… My Wildland Creatures are a part of a new series that include the birds, fish and animals that I love to watch and include in my artwork. I hope that you will love to use my new designs in your art as well! These animals are a part of my life in the Pacific…

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That Time In Between

Mandala with Blessing Sticks from Art Unraveled… These are the days between midsummer and late summer. Here in my perch above the Klamath River the flowers are reaching as tall as they can before they go to seed. I am nestling in the way I always do after I travel… especially when I teach. I have been to Colorado where I taught with my dear friend Leslie Marsh in the vacation home of my other…

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Summer Bundle Sale

Due to popular demand my June Bundle Sale is now a Summer Bundle Sale!! Because my two online workshops The Thread That Weaves and Nature Journaling compliment each other so delightfully… I’m offering a bundle discount so you can enjoy both! Bundled Workshop Price:$106.00 (Your savings is $50.00) Videos and blog posts will guide you through each project, with space to share and communicate with me and fellow classmates. You will love these workshops! Student…

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A Case of Curiosities in Taos, New Mexico

A few days ago I returned from an amazing retreat that I taught with Seth Apter from The Altered Page. I’m still basking in the glow of Taos and the Mabel Dodge Luhan House where our retreat was held. From the first moment we arrived there was magic. We all noticed it, Seth and I, our students, and even the staff. They said that we brought an alchemy to the house. We were enchanted. I…

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Crystal River Book Arts

Crystal River Book Arts June 24th-26th 2016 Redstone, Colorado $450 Three days of ecodyeing, stitching, collaging and being pampered with Roxanne Evans Stout and Leslie Marsh at the beautiful Redstone, Colorado, home of Laura Roberts, (also known as Hasty Pearl)! With Leslie, students will learn to ecodye – coaxing beautiful prints onto paper and fabric for their books using leaves, heat and water. They will bind the fruit of their efforts into a wrapped felt…

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Workshop and Event Schedule for 2016

Storytelling with Collage by Roxanne Evans Stout This is one of my brand new pieces made just for this book! You can see it pictured behind the original piece. Now available to order!! Here: Amazon And here: Cloth Paper Scissors Shop And here: Northlight Shop ………….. My Online Workshops Registration is Open! Join Me and Be Inspired for: Pathways and Wanderings …….. The Thread That Weaves …….. Nature Journaling We are currently working on bundling…

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Winter Days, Moonlit Nights

These days are cold and white… A perfect time for working in my studio and window watching. In the winter we have more birds than ever visit our feeders, the jays and song birds, the quail and woodpeckers. Small and large birds all together in the maple tree out front with the frozen river and snowy fields beyond. And seeds hang on to their branches… their time to fly is not here yet. And on…

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Storytelling with Collage

Here in my River Garden Studio Autumn has arrived and outside a storm is brewing and wind is scattering leaves everywhere… but not in my studio. Window light is ever present, always warming, always clear. This week I have been glowing in the excitement that Storytelling with Collage, Techniques for Layering Color and Texture, the book I have been working and dreaming about for the last few years has a cover design and has it’s…

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Finding magic

Where do you find magic? Or… does magic find you? When you open your arms wide to greet the day? (these two photographs are from Dayna Davidson Collins home, Alley Art Studio) When you sit on the ocean cliffs and watch the sunset? When you find a new collection… there is always sunlight somewhere. We found magic at this beach introduced to us by Holly (thank you) … the sea glass must have been a…

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