Below are some suggestions of what you will gather for your home studio if you decide to join the training. We will mostly work with pen and paper, with a bit of watercolor, sumi ink, and paint. You'll need journals with thick paper to document all that you learn. For your personal use, you will also need acyrlic paint and a big ole’ canvas! You may choose to work with a digital drawing board for many of our processes. Read on for a detailed list of recommendations.
Photo from Shiloh Sophia's Musea studio in Sonoma, CA
Intentional Creativity Coaching Materials List - Suggestion/References
Painting Supplies for the Voyager Painting
My self-power and gifts were always there, but I never before had the tribe that encouraged me to speak or use it. This experience has given me my tribe and lets me know that I am not so different and not alone. The power within me is made to share, and now, I have the knowledge of how to offer it to others. ~ Katie McLane, Intentional Creativity Coach
I've been working my way through Motherboard at my own speed and I have to say I absolutely love the variety of content and how organized it is. I love that we get a bit of painting, a bit of drawing, journaling and also the heavier cognitive theory to chew on.
Last week I finished the visual journaling videos about graphic recording and I've been doing so much practice with it for work in my class with my 3rd graders, for my professional development meetings, for my own pleasure and even for my son's birthday card.
And today I got my pan pastels in the mail! Can't wait to have a go at these! ~ Rien Cassidy, Motherboard 2020 Student