I’m am smitten with Junelle’s art. It has such a sweet illustrative quality to it that I admire so greatly. If you’ve been itching to stretch your creative muscles these workshops are for YOU! Sunday’s class features bitty works of art on these precious blocks suitable for tucking into spots all around your home. Junelle even has recipes attached to the backs of some, making them perfect for a sunny windowsill in the kitchen.
Junelle Jacobsen is a prolific sketcher and avid photojournalist, inspired by her faith and everyday adventures. A passionate advocate for living life with “playful curiosity”, Junelle follows the divine path wherever it takes her. She can be found working at local farms, hiking and biking, sketching and writing, and teaching her love of art and God’s goodness around the world. She chooses to live life with a “yes” on her lips, a soft heart for anyone she meets, and wild adventure scribbled at the top of her list.
Junelle currently lives in a small town in Utah with her husband and is the mother of five brilliant children and shepherdess to sooo many lambs.
Her Sunday workshop features those sweet blocks and you can sign up here.
Rooted & Grounded in Love – Junelle Jacobsen
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Monday she is offering a workshop called “My Favorite Things” which dives in to sketching and painting YOUR favorite things.
Even if (especially if!) you don’t feel like you can draw or that you are “not artistic” this workshop is great for you. There will be plenty of individualized instruction in a small group setting that will be nurturing to your creative side.
You can sign up for Monday’s class here:
My Favorite Things- Junelle Jacobsen
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
We try to make it extremely easy for you to walk in empty handed by providing access to the studio tools and supplies. There is a small (optional) kit fee for those who need us to take care of the supply list for them so they don’t have to worry about a single thing.
You will be refreshed and encouraged after spending time with sweet Junelle. She doesn’t make it to California very often since she spends a great portion of her year raising precious lambs in Utah. You will want to make arrangements to come if at all possible.