We have a few students enrolled in our online arts school now, near a hundred of you reading our Free tutorial blog posts and videos. I wanted to share some of the beautiful creations our community are doing with us, not only to celebrate their creativity, but to share the possibilities of learning online with us.
Learning at Ingrid Creates Online Arts School, is not just about watching some videos, it's more than that. You can register for free tutorials and blog posts to understand the basics and try some new ideas, contribute and share in our forum, and participate in webinar events. Of course if you would like to study particular courses, you can enroll in paid classes which you learn at your pace, in your time, when you want where ever you have internet access. Paid courses include the course fee, e-book download, access to student only webinar chats with me, as well as all of our regular forum activities. So, you pay once for a course, and you can access your course any time, even in 5 years time, whether you finished it or not- it's evergreen access!
There are lots of possibilities in joining our online creative community.
Our first ribbon embroidery student's work:
Pat is new to SR embroidery, and has some prior experience with sewing. Pat has used one of my fabric prints (new designs available soon) and Ingrid's Choice by Clarence River Rainbows hand dyed silk ribbons, to complete this first design, which looks amazing. The colours of the ribbons in my selection of purples balances perfectly, and the fabric design has helped for placement. Included in our ebook which is part of the course are 2 sheets of designs to use also, Pat simply chose to use our fabric print. She has also attended one of our student webinars to ask questions about which ribbons colours to choose, and about her design- learning with me online, is more than just watching a video. Overall, her technique is fantastic for her first SR embroidery. I can't wait to see her next designs using this flower on the hand dyed fabric (purple pink one in the background below).
Check out this blog post "What does our first online students have to say" and see the video and recommendations for learning online at Ingrid Creates Online Arts School.
Next, I'll share Cookie Serletic's lustre paintings with you. Cookie was a feature guest during our last webinar, and shared her inspirations and passion for porcelain painting during her interview. Cookie isn't a student of my online classes yet, however, she has been learning from our free tutorials and videos from the blog here, and also contributes to our online community and attends our other webinar events. It has been an absolute pleasure to see Cookie's journey over the past few years we have met on facebook, and I can see a distinct style to her work now, which is a great attribute to her prolific painting, experimentation and study! Please see her interview here in our forum and her other paintings.
Lastly, if you are a registered user of our site, I hope you are enjoying the free tutorials and videos, there will be more added, so please check back to the site every few weeks, and read our newsletter updates. Say hello in the forum! or leave comments on our pages. Without your contribution our community and learning environment can't grow.
If you would like to register, click here, it's FREE.
Follow this link to our Silk Ribbon Courses
Follow this link for our online lustres on porcelain course
More courses are coming soon!
Check out our BIG ART TALK EVENT online with 6 international guest artists
I look forward to sharing the next completed works from our online students soon. What do you think of these works so far? Please leave comments at the end of this post, we'd love your feedback! Share this link with your friends 😀