Are you like the chipmunk collecting lots of art supplies and saving them for a rainy day?
The rainy day has arrived…
I have a confession. I’ve been guilty of collecting art supplies, lots of them, and not using them. Beautiful tins of colored pencils, collections of watercolor markers, gel pens, Copics, TomBows, Winsor Newton, and Posca paint pens fill my home studio.
Do you have lots of art supplies that are going unused too? It’s time to dust them off and start playing.
Join me for a color workshop that I’m hosting in the Sharing Circle. Get inspired, learn new techniques, try out some different color combinations, and connect with mandala enthusiasts from all over the world.
Let’s play with color this season!
~ Kathryn Costa,
Host of Mandalafest, the 100 Mandalas Challenge, and the Sharing Circle, and author of “The Mandala Guidebook: How to Draw, Paint, and Color Expressive Mandala Art.”
Are you in a color rut, picking the same colors over and over again?
Do you feel overwhelmed by so many colors and feel stuck?
Would you like to learn new coloring techniques?
Do you want to create gorgeous gradients?
Not sure which markers or pencils to buy?
In two weeks you’ll:
Boost your color confidence
Learn new coloring techniques to create gorgeous mandalas
Energize your mandala practice with great color combinations
Save time and money as you get to see the difference between the different brands most used in coloring mandalas.
Get the most out of the coloring supplies that you already have!
Week One: Coloring Techniques – Best papers to use, alcohol & water-based markers, paint pens, gel pens, and pencils.
Demos include coloring and blending techniques using Copics, Winsor Newton Pro Markers, Spectrum Noir, Sharpies, TomBow, Winsor Newton Watercolor Markers, Faber-Castel Pitt Pens, Watercolor versus Inktense Pencils, Posca Paint Pens, and Gel Pens. I’ll show you my favorite ways to mix some of these media too!
Week Two: Creating Harmony – Features great color combinations not covered in my book!
- Learn ten different colors schemes.
- Learn how to use and vary hue, value, and intensity to expand how you use color.
- Open your eyes to the world of color around you.
You also get:
183 Mandala and Hamsa coloring pages to practice your new coloring techniques.
How-to instructions and prompts to get you started creating your own mandalas.
Connected with a warm and welcoming mandala community.
Open Enrollment: Access the lessons now and view them when it is convenient for you.
The Color Workshop is an online two week course open exclusively to members of the 100 Mandalas Sharing Circle. When you enroll in the 2017 Sharing Circle, you get the Color Workshop. This is an open enrollment meaning you can join the Sharing Circle 2017 any time before December 1st and have access to the Sharing Circle lessons and member library until December 31st.
The course format is a combination of recorded videos and written instructions plus helpful worksheets for practicing. Each lesson has a spot for participants to share their color play and experiments. You can access the course content when it is convenient for you.
$60 includes Sharing Circle Membership and Color Workshop
I make really informative and inspiring videos…
If you liked my video on “How to Use Colored Pencils to Color Mandalas” then you’ll love this Color Workshop.
What are people saying about my art instruction videos?
“Your videos are fantastic! You have a very easy going and inviting way, and you share your knowledge so JOYFULLY. Thanks so much.” ~ Eileen Gavin Larsen
“This video is one of the best I have seen. Thanks so much.” ~ Bill Buffington
“EXCELLENT!! You teach well and I am grateful to have found you and your work. My student hat is now on!” ~ Rochelle Nardelli
“Thank you for your great techniques. They have taken my coloring to the next level in beauty and have added tons more fun!” ~ Jimmy Gallaway
Hi I’m Kathryn Costa. I love color and I think you’d agree it shows in my book, “The Mandala Guidebook: How to Draw, Paint, and Color Expressive Mandala Art.”
There was a time when I was really timid when it came to using color. In fact, I was down right afraid to use color. Most of my design work was done in black and white with “spot” color.
What changed? Deep inside, I wanted to have fun with color and to play with it. I started noticing color everywhere and I was inspired. With each creative project, I tried using different color combinations. Before I knew it, I was getting compliments again and again thanking me for adding gorgeous color to our world.
I love that adult coloring has grown in popularity. If you are rediscovering the joys of coloring and want some guidance. Check out my video above to preview my teaching style.
I hope you’ll be inspired to join me and my mandala family in the Sharing Circle. Your membership includes a member library filled with several coloring books to download, instruction on how to create your own mandalas, and lots of ideas. The best part is the support that you get from other mandala enthusiasts.