Lights, Camera, Action, Create!

One of the things I was busy with last month was traveling to Loveland, CO to shoot a DVD for Interweave.

Good thing you can’t see my knees because they were shaking!

The camera crew were so nice and helpful!

I got to hang out with Fiberartista Paula Phillips who was also shooting that day. We helped calm each other down!

and we realized very quickly how well our workshops complimented each other. Two styles, different mediums and so much information!

Here’s the promo video for Paula’s DVD.

We both had a little inspiration from Johnny:-)

This page shows some of the techniques I share in the DVD, and there are a whole host of things I’ve not done in workshops, all new and exciting along with a debut of my very own PCarriker Sketch Ink from Matisse Derivan!

  My DVD is now available for pre-order!

19 responses

  1. I couldn’t wait till the dvd came out, so I downloaded it and watched it today! The dvd was AWESOME!! I really enjoyed all the various methods and ways to do your art journal!! I have one question–you mention that you put an acrylic medium in your waterbrush…do you add water to it? Or use it straight? I am a fan of watercolor crayons so that is a great way to set them!

    Also, in today’s email newsletter, you talked about a class you will be in. Is there anyway to purchase the dvd and the worksheets without going to the class? I will not be able to attend.

    Thank you so much for everything you do! I really enjoy learning from you! I have your book and took the Strathmore class–both are wonderful!

    • Hey Mary Ann,
      The Sketch Ink will be available soon, it’s all ready to ship they are just working on distribution. I’ll post a link as soon as it’s available!!

  2. Hi Pam

    Thanks so much for sharing your depth of wonderful knowledge. Am new at mixed media and find that there are so many supplies out there and it can get rather confusing. Do you have a Book that shows how to get started on just doing backgrounds by using different mediums and techniques. Want to learn how to layer but need the right supplies and some tuition either in book form or DVD.


All comments are read and greatly appreciated!

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