Misty Olsen’s Real Artist Interviews
Expert guidance to ease the beginning of your artistic journey! Interviews with industry experts, illustrators, art licensing, watercolor, acrylic, and more…
Natalie Kalbach: Jumping with Caylee Grey
In this interview Caylee shares her way of art journaling and describes what she means by “brain vomit”. Caylee talks about her favorite thing in the studio that makes her get into the creative mood and we also discuss choices and how we make time for creating.
Dive into a month of art journal prompts with Lauren and Caylee, the enigmatic founders of Get Messy Art Journal. In this 30-day challenge, they’ll lead you through a series of prompts to inspire your creativity and help you get your thoughts, feelings and art onto the page. Learn their favorite techniques for creating vibrant pages full of textures, layers and lettering, and discover the magic of journaling about the ups and downs of everyday life. With daily prompts from Caylee and Lauren, you’ll learn how to make your art journal a place to play, experiment, and be yourself – every single day.
Learn how to make a meditative art journal that serves as a container for your hopes, fears, frustrations and more with the founders of Get Messy. You’ll learn how to free write to get what’s in your head onto the page, obliterate it with paint and meditative marks, use watercolor to channel your mood, then add quotes and lettering to complete your page. This small handbound book provides the perfect place to journal and explore your feelings through words and art.
In Latin, Silva Rerum means “a forest of things.” Using this idea as a starting point, we’ll create a commonplace or everyday book to collect thoughts, ideas, and ephemera from your day-to-day life. Get Messy founder Caylee will show you how to transform a vintage book into your own art journal full of papers you love. Learn Caylee’s favorite methods of layering in vintage and found items while recording your daily life.
Words have power, strength, and meaning. In this workshop, we’ll take words that others have articulated and encapsulated better than we could have, and we’ll make them our own in our journal.
Travel journals are one of my favorite ways to create, but there’s no need to wait for a Parisian or Thai overseas escapade. You can have a small adventure in the now—like, tomorrow-kind-of *now*.
Mini Book Workshop 2016 | Caylee Grey
Cultivate your creativity! Get an inside look at the fun and unique ways Caylee Grey uses her art journal to record her everyday thoughts and stories. You’ll explore fresh techniques for expressing yourself within the pages of your own journal using paint, prompts, patterned paper, and more. Be inspired to get messy and experiment with new skills as you document life through your eyes!
Mixed Media 2015
Acrylic Paint with Caylee Grey: Transform your pocket pages with Caylee as she shows simple ways to personalize your cards.