Last Day for the Blog Tour

Time has flown by yet again, and we are at the last, but not least stop on the tour, Gail Schmidt

Gail and I have known each other for a few years now and she is the most wonderful person to work with. Always helpful and funny and ready to support you in whatever you do.  She is the creative mind behind Creative workshops and her newest adventure will happen this summer

An Artful Gathering of creative people in a new venue, an online Art Retreat! How cool will that be?

I have gotten a lot of emails asking me whether I’ll be offering Visual Journalism 101 again.  For those of you asking, I’m bringing this retired class back one last time.  At Artful Gathering 2011!  So this truly is your last chance to get in on this workshop before it is truly gone forever.  But you HAVE to register for Artful Gathering in order to purchase a class when they become available for the event.  If you haven’t heard about Artful Gathering then jump on over to and read all about this amazing event.  You will not want to miss it. I’ve revamped the class printed material, a downloadable 30+ paged booklet with text and stepped out pictures so you can have it for easy reference after the workshop is over.

Last, but not least, if you have been thinking about joining  Journal 365 workshop, registration closes the end of March.  The class then stays open for one more year for anyone who has purchased the class by the end of March 2011. Once the registration closes, the class will no longer be available.

I hope you’ve enjoyed the tour and a little peek at the contributors for my book. I am so humbled and thankful to them and to you for your support in this monumental project. This past year has definitely been one of growth, and I’ve learned so much through the process of writing a first book, and had so many things in my own personal life  happen that it makes me realize that what’s truly important is life itself and how it’s lived. It’s a very scary feeling to work on something so hard and then release it out into the world. It would be much easier to sit on the sidelines and not risk anything. But that’s not what living Art at the Speed of Life is about. That’s not how we grow as both artists and people. Sharing makes you vulnerable but by not sharing you can cease to grow. I chose awhile back to share, some ask why,  still others think it’s not enough, but most of you have been loving and nurturing souls that have enhanced my journey and I hope I’ve enhanced yours. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Blog Tour Schedule

Jenny Doh

Suzi Blu

Seth Apter

Suzan Buckner

Sue Pelletier

All Norah’s Art

Lisa Kettell

Nancy Lefko

Chrysti Hydeck

Lisa Bebi

Jodi Ohl

Laurie Blau-Marshall

Dawn Edmonson

Paulette Insall


Julie Bergman


Gail Schmidt

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