Tuesday, August 11, 2015

NEW On Line E -Course By Loving Rd ~Brave Boots,Brave Hearts~ GiveAway~ 3 FREE Spots!


NEW On Line E -Course
By Loving Rd
~Brave Boots,Brave Hearts~

I am so excited to be a guest workshop instructor in this wonderfully creative and unique on line workshop! Come and join us as we explore art from our heart with our "Brave Boots On"!
Workshop "kickoff" week starts Sept 16th and projects are available to enjoy September 23rd- March 4th .Also I am giving away 3 FREE spots on this beautiful art journey! Just leave a comment below (and share my blog link ) on what it means for you to be "art brave". 
At random 3 winners will be chosen and will be posted here on Sept 15th!
Click here to view my intro video to the E-course.
Early Bird Special is now in full swing at  only $59.00~ A savings of $20.00 off the regular price but only until Sept 15th!
So hurry in and enjoy this wonderful, creative and unique  art journey with your host Julia of Loving Rd and guest instructors Iris Fritschi-Cussens and myself!
To Register click here


44 comments:

  1. Being art brave for me means painting in colors I love and my own style, unlike the realistic oil painting landscapes I was brought up painting in earth tones. I let my love of color, my fun, and my heart fly like a freak flag now!

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  2. Art brave is being willing to learn new techniques and creating art my way and being brave enough to share it with others.

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  3. Being Brave as an artist to me is to let the 'little kid' inside me come out and play! She has been playing 'peek a boo' with me for a long time, and I would love the opportunity for her to be in your classroom!

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  4. Looks like a fabulous class! Being "art brave" to me means willing to creatively try new things in my art work.

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  5. Art brave to me is sharing your work. Not with strangers but with the people closest to you whose opinions matter so very much.

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  6. Being "art brave" to me means pushing past your doubts of your talent or lack thereof and just becoming immersed in the joy that creating art is and should be for each person.

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  7. To me, being "art brave" is making something for the sheer joy of it without getting hung up on the finished product. I need to get my "art brave" on! Looks like a great workshop!

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    1. You are a winner Selenaintx!!! Congratulations and enjoy!! Julia will be contacting you shortly!!:)Enjoy!!

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  8. Being art brave means to me..just puttering at what I do. my husband is a master wood carver and I paint this and that and do fiber art and I think doing what I do is art (even if I am not a master) I just keep busy and putter and create and try

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  9. For me being Art Brave is to try out new things even if I did not master the last new thing that I tried to learn. I am a recovering perfectionist so it is very tempting to stay in the zone of mastery, to keep creating at the place where I know I am able to create something that will be liked by myself and those that look at my art. And I am my own worst critic :) By learning new techniques all the time I keep my brain busy and working hard to make sense of new concepts, something I try to live out in my life with others as well.

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  10. Being art brave is allowing my intuition to guide me and to not judge or be harsh with what I create. Being art brave is to just let go!

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  11. Take a deep breath, letting go of all preconceived notions of what art is supposed to be and connecting with your inner artist is Brave Heart Art. Hearing the 'not good enough to be an artist' voices from the past and still moving forward.

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    1. You are a winner B RavenStar!!! Congratulations and enjoy!! Julia will be contacting you shortly!!:)Enjoy!!

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    2. Please Contact me with your e-mail.. I dont see it in your info:)

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  12. Me Time to Create Without Guilt
    ~Char-Leah
    There is a beautiful pair of boots
    I see in the window of
    a store I long to enter
    and try them on for size
    but I'm halted by
    my own terrible lies;
    too hard to put on
    too costly
    I'm too busy
    they're better suited for others...
    why do I tell myself these things
    while dreaming of feeling the beautiful texture along these boots?
    I love all the colors; some warm, some cool together forming harmony.
    The energy I see in others who wear similar boots captivates me and
    makes me want to have a pair of my own.
    Courage to purchase these amazing boots is only the first step
    and putting them on isn't the end
    I can wear them proudly, for small events or spectacular tadoos
    and stop making apologies for wanting them, even needing them.
    With my brave girl boots I have nothing to lose

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  13. Art brave for me was entering a few of my pieces in a local art show soon after beginning my middle-aged venture into mixed media. 2 sold! :-D suepompetti@verizon.net

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  14. Art Brave is something i wish i had everyday. Do choose what i want to make..from my gut not from what i thinj i should do. This class looks great!

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  15. Art brave is letting go of what you know and of making mistakes. Learning new techniques and incorporating old

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  16. Sounds like an awesome online workshop !

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  17. I think being art brave means going outside you comfort zone of creating and doing things you normally wouldn't or think you can't. Sherry Canino

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  18. I sure would love to win a spot!!!! Thank YOu!

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  19. This sounds like an incredible workshop. I've been finding my "roar" lately, and this looks like just the thing I need to add some spark!

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  20. Signing up would be brave for me.

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  21. Signing up would be brave for me.

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  22. Being Art Brave to me means not being scared of expressing myself in ways which I haven't done before. Not worrying what people think. It's a time in my life that I stand alone on my own two feet and be proud of who I am and what I can do. X

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  23. Creating from my heart is my art brave!

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  24. I am Art Brave. I'm full of courage in trying new things. Therefore the Law of Attraction brought me right to you~ Many Thanks for this generous offer.

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  25. Being art brave, would help me a lot for my new journey into a new way of living, loving and creating. Lissag123@verizon.net

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  26. Brave art is being true to your heart. Allowing that heart to be open and vulnerable so that your truest message can flow through which ever medium or mediums best reflect your message.

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  27. Learning and experimenting is what Art Brave means to me. Thanks for this chance to win a spot in this exciting class.

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  28. I love your art and would love to be art brave with you. To me, art brave means to let go of inhibitions and allow the creative spirit to express itself through me.

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    1. You're one of the winners Linda Jo Martin!! Please message me your e-mail address so we can set you up!! Enjoy!!

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  29. Art is as essential as breathing. I would love to win your class and learn how to lose my inhibitions, expand all boundaries and become a brave heart.

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  30. Being art brave would be many of the things posted here in the comments. I need to be Art Brave. I start a piece thinking I will be, but before long I judge it by comparing it to the work of others. I know I shouldn't, I tell myself it's my unique style. But I do not show it to anyone. I want to be brave!

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  31. I love the energy of creativity when people create together. Would love to share in this during this e course

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  32. Being Art Brave simply means to me: To Keep Trying. Keep getting up, and creating my art. No matter what...just keep creating art. Never Surrender! Please include me in your most wonderful/generous giveaway! Thank you. :)

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  33. To be Art Brave? Follow your muse. . Let criticism go. .. do what you love. .. remember that what you do is YOU, no one else. ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’™❤

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  34. To be Art Brave? Follow your muse. . Let criticism go. .. do what you love. .. remember that what you do is YOU, no one else. ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’™❤

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  35. This sounds awesome.... I would love to be Brave with my art and follow my heart. How wonderful that would be!!!!

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  36. Art Brave means freedom and healing to me. I dare to free my soul and embrace it and create with healing intentions. Thank you for this opportunity to partake in your lessons.

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  37. Oh another giveaway! So exciting! I think being Art Brave this year meant opening myself up to art journal about my Journey to Health and releasing my body armor (extra pounds) which has lead me to a healthier life and given me the ability to create instead of feed my pain and darkness. I was brave enough to shine my light and share my story as I journaled my way through. Using art to heal is such an expanding way to move through the challenges of life. Thanks so much for YOUR inspiration! ~Hobby

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  38. Art Brave for me, at this point in my life is ignoring all the static that life shells out and making art a priority. Not something I "get to do IF everything else is done". Choosing art daily like I do my medication. Learning to say, sorry I am busy during that time. Art is my life force. I have to protect art to keep myself healthy. And, I'm much nicer with daily art. Lol

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  39. Thank you so much everyone for entering to win one of the 3 workshop spots.. WE have the winners~Selenaitx, B RavenStar and Linda Jo Martin!! Have fun girls and enjoy!!!

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