Adding Botanical Shapes To Your Artwork :: FREE eBook
Published on January 13, 2016
Have you heard the news?
There’s a brand new blog series happening here every Wednesday at Dirty Footprints Studio — we kicked things off last week! Each Wednesday one of my beloved IGNITE Peer Mentors is sharing their creative wisdom and insight as a guest blogger.
IGNITE Peer Mentors are women who successfully completed my IGNITE Online Intensive and are eager to deepen their own skills and intentions as heart guided artists by mentoring a new circle of women in IGNITE. This is the first year that I am incorporating Peer Mentors into my program and I am absolutely thrilled to work side-by-side with such an inspiring bunch!
You can check out past Peer Mentor posts by CLICKING HERE.
Today IGNITE Peer Mentor: Deanna Jinjoe is so generously sharing her beautiful eBook for FREE called Adding Botanical Shapes to Your Artwork that she created in IGNITE and she sells on her website. Included in this 14 page eBook is a guided meditation to help you connect with Mother Nature, tips for finding inspiration, creating a botanical inspired art journal and a video showing you how Deanna added botanical shapes to a mixed media background.
Adding Botanical Shapes to Your Artwork is a free gift from Deanna’s big heart to yours. All you need to do to enjoy this mini workshop is hit the button below, download it to your computer or device, and enjoy!
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Today’s Guest Post was written by Deanna Jinjoe, Peer Mentor for IGNITE 2016. Here is a little about Deanna…
Deanna Jinjoe is a mixed media artist living in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Her mission is to help people understand how a creative practice can change their lives and that ANYONE can create, you don’t have to be a Picasso to create work that is meaningful and beautiful to YOU.
Deanna resides in Vernon, British Columbia, Canada and you can find her online HERE.