Saturday, October 10, 2015

Bring your Magic! 
Classes begin Sunday October 11, 2015
at 12pm
Class is purchased in my Etsy!
Art is a gift, the gift that comes from the minds that ventures into the most wondrous of places, your imagination. It expresses what you visualize and what you feel, bringing it to light and it's beauty.
Allow yourself to open the portal of your imagination and then guide your hands to do it's  lovely work, feel the magic! The class is about teaching you how to do fun sculptures. Bring your imagination into play and sink your fingers into clay art. Let the Fun begin!!!

Before I begin a supply list of fun goodies for this class.

There are four videos in stages, that means I will teach stages 1, 2, 3 and 4 showing you how the  sculpture develops. First you will do four sketches about what you want your sculpture to look like. The stages are Sculpting, waiting for drying for at least 4 days depending on size of sculpture , sanding the piece,  painting and creating your wood frame panel in acrylic. You can add scraps of decorative collage if you like. The first two will be about that. The third and fourth videos will be about sculpting the actual piece with clay. Sanding and painting will not be added. At this point, you will know how to create your pieces.

There are four videos - Frida Kahlo head and body, The Rabbit Girl head and body, The fox girl  head Sculpture and Frida head sculpture.
Class is $85
fun goodies you will need - 
Paperclay and white clay hardening clay or you can use just paper clay.
Sculpting tools , Rags , Medium or large bendable wire, Masking tape, Toilet roll, Wood frame panels. You can get these frames at the a craft store or Micheal's craft store, Acrylic paints, colorpencils, gesso, scraps od collage paper, sketch pad, pencils, wood board, sandpaper and flowers also at the craft store!

Frida Kahlo sculpture water my soul with in art video 1 part 1 from Magaly Ohika on Vimeo.

Frida Kahlo
First video part 1
Clay white
Head and Body Sculpture
Dry time 4 days or 5
Sand and paint
Wood frame panel

Part 2 video one

Frida Kahlo video 1 part 2 sanding and gesso process from Magaly Ohika on Vimeo.

Part 3 video one

Frida Kahlo video 1 part 3 rustic finish watercolor wash and acrylic from Magaly Ohika on Vimeo.

Video 1 Designing your Frame wood Panel

Frida Kahlo Video 1 Part 4 Frame Painting Mix Media from Magaly Ohika on Vimeo.

Rabbit Girl Tulsie
Video 2
Paper Clay

Rabbit Girl Tulsie Video 2 Paper Clay stages 1 and 2 Wire, masking tape, paper clay from Magaly Ohika on Vimeo.

Toilet Roll, Wire, Masking Tape
Paperclay dry time 4 days
sand and paint

Video 2 part

Video 2 Bunny Girl Tulsie painting part 2 yeahhhh! from Magaly Ohika on Vimeo.

Fox Girl Jillian
Video 3
Jillian the fox Video 3 by Magaly Ohika from Magaly Ohika on Vimeo.

Dry time 4 days
Sand, paint and colorpencils

Frida Kahlo
Head Sculpture
Video 4
Frida Kahlo head sculpture video by Magaly Ohika from Magaly Ohika on Vimeo.

Drytime 4 day or 5
Sand and paint
Color pencils

Friday, June 5, 2015

Pen in ink work!

The Stages of Frida

Done in Micron pen number 5 on 9 x 12 charcoal Paper
On etsy!

new lovely pieces!

Monday, May 11, 2015

A mix media piece in color pencils on thick paper 9 x 12

Lush green and whimsy tones
Not yet finish!

Since I was a little girl I knew creating was my passion to emotionally connect into a world of my own and to disconnect  myself from the gloom in which I lived in at the time. I remember being so young and impressionable felt as if my eyes had huge lenses and all my senses were heighten.  I felt and saw everything to a high degree, and how it affected me. 

As I got older and still impressionable, I realised I had the ability to take the pain and soften my lenses to tone the imagery as a passing event rather then letting it affect me or repress it. It is only a dull picture I can now sully place without it's raging distress.

I can now exaggerate the decay of an unpleasant event into something beautiful.  Feels like magic. The ability and freedom to do so at any given moment creatively becomes my source of therapy in a world I live in. The world as cruel as it can be and yet  beautiful for it's native lands and people who continue to make a difference in the world brings a smile and joy.

I step outside and hear the birds, feel and smell the green lush and tall trees  around me, And the fresh air nature procures, is my best companion. The inspiration to my art and my spirit.  
I continue to use the elements and power to blossom in my art. Doing this, I grow too. That's important to me, to take steps to evolve I allow myself to conquer and challenge any fear that gets in my way and use it to my advantage. 

 Channeling  my emotions into art, is a wonderful journey. An escape and go beyond, feels  and is, an adventure to my spirit. It is like magic and story evolving into color as well, is so poetic to me.  I'm my own director and producer.  When the outside world feels like chaotic muck and at times eerie.  I take what is unpleasant and turn into something beautiful. 

 To make a difference in the world means the whole world to me. When making someone smile and happy with my art, it embraces  me with great amount of happiness.  I know I'm doing something completely right and good. 

Monday, May 4, 2015

Called a bird whisperer. 

A piece I finished last night. it is a small little head sculpture

done in texture paste crayons watercolor against 

A beautiful painted back paper drop stenciling texture 

paste, Collage

and watercolour and crayons and graphite pencil on paper 

this piece will be in a shadow box. 

Have a lovely 

Monday afternoon!!!

Monday, April 6, 2015

Hi Everyone!

It's been a while since I posted on my site, my apologies!
Been working on a series of black and white and I'm enjoying it so much. I continue to explore with light and shadows. My inspiration are about, dreams and nature and all the emotions involve and continue to evolve are my inspiration of this series. There are more to this series posted in my facebook.

I will show you another piece!

I will see you soon!

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Going through beautiful changes

A finished piece Done collage acrylic mix media on Moleskine paper 12 x 16.5
Pieces of me