Color & Pattern Play with Julie Fei-Fan Balzer

In This Session: Get ready to play with paint! Learn how easy it is to create complicated patterns full of color and energy. And speaking of color, you'll be mixing up your own custom colors so that your art journal pages are bursting with your own unique flavor!

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Art Journaling LIVE 2013

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Discover what beautiful patterns and color mixing can do for your art journaling. Mix seemingly simple shapes and colors to build elaborate patterns, leaving you with an entire page of references to call your own.


Combine hot and cold colors in patterns to instantly look like a genius to friends and family. After this workshop you can use your new patterning expertise to fill journal pages, start an entry, or doodle your way to your next Picasso.

Join in this session from Art Journaling LIVE 2013 with the video download and play with color and pattern!


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Meet Julie!

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer is a painter and mixed media artist. She has appeared several times on Quilting Arts TV. Julie’s hour-long instructional DVD Collage Fast & Furious was released in July 2010 by Interweave.  She released two more hour-long instructional DVDs in 2012: All About Faces and Stamp-Making Adventures. Julie's book Carve Stamp Play was released by Interweave Press in Fall 2013. She is also a guest columnist and contributor for Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine.

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SKU: EP8238

Author/Speaker/Editor: Julie Fei-Fan Balzer

File Type: MP4

Format: Download

ISBN 13: 9781620337370

Customer Reviews

Good Review by Sharon

Interesting how designs can be formed using simple shapes/strokes and building from that. I liked that she began with simple strokes and moved on. Shows as well that all you need are the three primary colors - red, yellow blue! It gave me great ideas for my journal pages.

(Posted on 5/24/14)