Posts Tagged ‘Judy Clement Wall’

Chalk Lettering for Beginners

Chalkboard signs are everywhere these days – at weddings and parties, on the sidewalks outside businesses, and in homes, where they make fun and unique home decor. Why not do it yourself? The key to beautiful chalkboard signs, is artful lettering, which, I guarantee, you can do. You don’t even have to have good penmanship;…

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My job as an artist

Back in 2013, I opened my Etsy shop to sell postcards featuring my art, which was, at that time, little more than stick figures, drawn with Sharpies to express funny, sweet sentiments of love and friendship. That was all I knew how to draw back then, but I wasn’t overly worried about it. If you’d…

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Whimsical Watercolor Lettering

Anyone can create fun, whimsical lettering. You don’t have to be an artist, or have good penmanship. Seriously! In this workshop, you’ll learn the basic rules of lettering, and then, you’ll learn how to break those rules to create fun and more whimsical letters! We’ll play with different lettering styles and shapes, you’ll create your…

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Online courses are here!

I’m super excited to launch my first online courses! In these classes, I’ll be using a variety of mediums – chalk, watercolor, ink, and digital – to teach techniques in lettering and illustration, but always with a fun, whimsical, nontraditional twist. As important as the techniques themselves, I want to give people permission to play and experiment.…

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Dwelling in possibility

If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you know that I love working with chalk and chalkboards. I turn song lyrics (and poetry, and quotes) into fun, decorative boards all the time. Sometimes I turn my own illustrations into chalkboard art. Here’s one of my illustrations printed over multiple pages and taped together to fit…

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