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Busy schedule? Traveling? Not much time? Try an


“Independent Learning Class (ILC)”

with Laure Ferlita!


We’re all busy these days and it’s sometimes tough to get the stars to align so you can take a class on someone else’s schedule. With Independent Learning Classes, you choose when, where and what to do—on your schedule!


You will have one year of access to the video demos, class assignments and if you want, you can even post your finished artwork in the Open Forum for feedback from other travelers in the Imaginary Realm. 



PLEASE NOTE: All classes listed on this page are still under construction and will be debuting soon! Please check back for updates!




Independent Learning Destinations & Classes


ILC: Trip To England, 2011 - Under construction





ILC: Imaginary Trip To Paris, 2011 - Under construction





ILC: Trip To Italy, 2011 - Under construction





ILC: Artful Journaling: Foundations - Under construction





ILC: Artful Journaling: Explorations - Under construction






If you would like to receive information about future Independent Learning classes, please click here.


Please click on any of the links above to learn more about the trip, visit or class!

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About Laure Ferlita

Learning to sketch on location was a challenge for Laure Ferlita. “When I first tried sketching on location, I either came home with a blank page or I tried to put everything on the page and it was a glorious mess!” says Laure. She developed a system she calls the “5 e’s”—evaluate, eliminate, edit, embellish and exaggerate. Since coming up with the system, Laure has had a great deal of fun sharing and teaching others this simple way to create pages in their sketches so that they too can enjoy sketching on location!


Another of Laure’s passions is watercolor. “Watercolor, for me, is the perfect sketching medium.” Laure says. “It provides ease of use, quick color saturation, clean up is  a snap and really, you don’t need much equipment. Used as a sketching medium watercolor is not quite so intimidating either.”


To see more of Laure’s work, you can visit her web site at www.LaureFerlita.com or see what’s on the art table today by visiting her blog, Painted Thoughts!


 


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About Laure Ferlita

Learning to sketch on location was a challenge for Laure Ferlita. “When I first tried sketching on location, I either came home with a blank page or I tried to put everything on the page and it was a glorious mess!” says Laure. She developed a system she calls the “5 e’s”—evaluate, eliminate, edit, embellish and exaggerate. Since coming up with the system, Laure has had a great deal of fun sharing and teaching others this simple way to create pages in their sketchbooks so that they too can enjoy sketching on location!


Another of Laure’s passions is watercolor. “Watercolor, for me, is the perfect sketching medium.” Laure says. “It provides ease of use, quick color saturation, clean up is  a snap and really, you don’t need much equipment. Used as a sketching medium, watercolor is not quite so intimidating either.”


To see more of Laure’s work, you can visit her web site at www.LaureFerlita.com or see what’s on the art table today by visiting her blog, Painted Thoughts!