Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Pam Garrison

This past week-end I was lucky enough to spend some time in the company of Pam Garrison. I attended a journaling workshop taught by Pam in LA, hosted by Jenny Doh. What a lovely experience, I walked away full of inspiration and ideas, wanting to sit down and work in my journal. Jenny Dohs studio is full of art work that is fun and makes one want to create. Pam brought a lot of vintage supplies and it was like a mini flea market, full of books, wall paper, fabric, frames, ect. The dinning room table was covered with her numerous journals and it was like heaven looking through them and touching them. With her permission I took a lot of photos for ideas and future reference. Pam does a lot of doodling and pen work. I want to add that to my journals so her class was right up my ally. I don't have any art work to show from the day spent in the class because I've not been home to practice but I'll post some as soon as I do.


  1. hi lorrie...your must have been on the 101 and went right thru SLO. looks like you had a fun weekend in LA.

    Teddy has a sister named Penny

    sending love to you and Penny
    kary and teddy

  2. This sounds like a lovely course! I am jealous! I look forward to seeing some of your journal work. I am nearing the end of The Saffron Sea-I get a feeling of excitement wondering which one to use next!

  3. I can't believe you were there will all of my friends, Kim, Cynthia, Cheryl and Terry! I heard it was a lot of fun. Glad you enjoyed it!!

  4. What a fun time. You went all the way to S. Cali for the class? Dedication, I'd say. But worth it to be so inspired and filled up.

  5. Lorrie, you're so fortunate to take a workshop from Pam. Her style really fits with yours. Hope you post some of your journal pages. Glad you received lots of inspiration and had a good time.

  6. Sounds like it was fantastic. Looking forward to seeing some more of your journal work.

  7. That's really exciting. What a wonderful experiance, glad you could be there!

  8. Oh, that sounds just PERFECT!! What a great way to get inspired with all that creativity around you. Cannot wait to see some of your work... Hugs, Silke