People love Discord because it’s a home for communities and groups of friends. It’s a place where we can be ourselves and spend time with other people who share our interests and hobbies. Unlike Facebook and Instagram, there’s no “algorithm” deciding what you should see, no endless scrolling, and no news feed. Conversations on Discord are driven by shared interests.
Jessica walks you through the entire creative process of assembling a collage so that you can make a signature masterpiece of your own. Jessica provides lots of advice for how to make these decisions along the way. This is a perfect class for beginners and those who want to tap into their creativity.
Join us Tuesday, March 9th at 6 pm for our Member Meeting. How to participate in the critique. First, register in advance for the ZOOM meeting. Then, if you want to participate, you can send an email to
This month’s meeting will feature a watercolor demo by Denver artist Randy Hale. The demo will be about working wet-in-wet, getting soft mist effects, and falling snow textures with water spatter and salt.
An artist statement is a short series of sentences that describe what you make and why you make it. It’s a stand-in for you, the artist, talking to someone about your work in a way that adds to their experience of viewing that work.