Mixed Media Art Classes collages, journals, and self-discovery Mixed Media Art Classes What is HeArt Journaling? Mixed media journaling is often referred to as artistic diary making. In journals, we combine color, texture, and form to create snapshots of what’s happening around and inside us. We record thoughts, emotions, and feelings. We get our fingers dirty. We allow our inner child to come out to play.You may be thinking, Luxury. No! Creativity is a direct path to reconnecting with ourselves and our intuition, and it’s a gift of self-care. Plus, making stuff is SUPER fun. Give yourself permission to spend part of your day surrounded by color. Let me be clear: you ARE an artist. Every single one of us is creative. You do NOT need to be an Artist (capital A) to create fun, inspired, colorful, and appealing art for yourself. Ways to Play Classes, hangouts and more! Monthly HeArt Journaling Sessions: In-PersonIf you’ve already tried and love HeArt Journaling, join my ongoing, in-person Monthly HeArt Journaling sessions. Every month we explore a new topic, technique, or prompt to keep the creative juices flowing. Learn More →Mixed Media Art ClassJoin me quarterly on Zoom for Mixed Media Art Classes. Each class is three hours of creative fun and instruction, exploring a different topic or theme. Learn More →HeArt Journaling: 6 Week Signature ClassThis 6 week online class focuses on exploring creativity and self-expression through mixed media art. Reconnect with your inner creative goddess in a supportive community to cultivate self-care and personal growth! Learn More → Load More From the #ArtPosse “Tracey’s art class changed my life and introduced me to a new and wonderful way to express myself. My art journaling has helped me so much in this past year of isolation. I can never thank Tracey enough for introducing me to this.” – Diane S. “So grateful to Tracey for bringing a creative spark to my life!” – Melanie S. “I highly recommend it! Tracey is well-versed in many techniques. You’ll have fun and wish you had taken her class sooner. Art can be life-changing to your psyche.” – Susan S.