Where I'm teaching in 2022
Book of Days with Effy Wild has become such an automatic part of my creative life and I am so proud to be one of the guest teachers in this year's offering.
Art journaling is one of the most transformative tools I know of and the positive impact it has on my mental wellbeing is why I keep turning it to it day after day.
Packed full of creative goodness, Book of Days includes 25 artists + over 33 lessons + monthly workbooks + 3 LIVE on Zoom Gathering. and monthly workbooks, this ecourse will provide a varied and wonderous array of art and self care techniques and guideposts.
it is never too late to join as you will receive lifetime access and be able to refer back to lessons forever, supplemented by a supportive Facebook group and Effy Wild as course moderator.
So click on the link below to take part in this fabulous course.
Hi, and welcome.
My name is Lee Clements, art journaler, mixed media artist and teacher, living in Melbourne, Australia.
I believe that we all have inherent creativity, and inspiring and encouraging others to find their voice through creative exploration and expression, regardless of experience or artistic ability, is deeply gratifying and is my passion.
A firm advocate for art journaling as a tool for mental wellbeing, my art journal pages are a mixture of inner reflection, contemplation and healing, as well as inspiring quotes, light bulb moments and treasured memories. Incorporating personal symbology, I draw inspiration from the organic beauty of nature, the many facets of the human face, and the meditative process of mandalas. This, in turn, translates into my larger pieces and framed art work.
I send out a periodic newsletter with musings, blog posts, giveaways and subscriber only full length videos. I'd love for you to join me.
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“My art journal is the place where I can express myself , unashamedly, unconditionally, thoughtfully and playfully. It is the place that brings me back to centre and grounds me. It is my place of comfort and healing, a place to explore and play, and foremost, a place where I can just ‘be’.”