Loved the Melting Pot

In Laura Horn’s new online mini class, The Melting Pot, we playfully explored different ways of mark making using a variety of mixed media supplies including watercolor, ink, pastels, pens, pencil, and acrylic paint. As she said, “It’s a melting pot of mixed media goodness.”

It’s a melting pot of mixed media goodness.

— Laura Horn

 

Laura Horn is a mixed media artist living and working in Adelaide, South Australia. Her abstract work is full of pattern, texture, and vibrant color featuring elements of nature. I first became attracted to Laura Horn’s art on Instagram. Her posts consistently grabbed my attention. I was pleasantly surprised when she appeared as a guest instructor in LifeBook 2018. So when she released a new, very affordable online class, on May 1, I signed up.

The Melting Pot

The class consists of three art pieces: a mark making mixed media piece and then 2 other pieces inspired by the process of the first.

The videos are well edited and paced. Sometimes I feel like online teachers talk too much or show too much real-time art making when time-lapse would be a more effective use of my viewing time. The Melting Pot was the perfect balance of instruction and time-lapse. I completed these 2 pieces in 2 nights and really feel like I could still “redo” the class and come out with a variety of different outcomes.


Class Details

If you are interested in learning more, check out the Melting Pot class page. You can also learn more about her class through the promotional video, if you’d like:

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