Blooms & Bees with Junelle Jacobson

May 12 — May 14


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.

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Required Supplies


Sketchbook (one you will use), Book paper – i am using an old dictionary (very thin paper), Pieces of colorful paper. I recommend cardstock weight (heavier, thicker), but any will do., Watercolor paper (hot pressed 140lb). I am using an 8×8 or 8×10 block or loose sheets, Art journal of your choice. I prefer a homemade variety or the: Strathmore Visual Journal Mixed Media Vellum


Acrylic paints – any colors that you love right now. Include white/cream and black to your mix., Heavy body acrylic paints – titanium white (golden brand is what i use) and any other colors you love the most., Neocolor ll crayons or a set of simple watercolors – we use brown quite a bit., Black sharpie fine point pen, White sharpie poster paint pen, fine or medium., Mechanical pencil, Watercolor paints of your choice


Acrylic brushes – in assorted sizes. Purchase a small inexpensive package if you need variety., White gesso – I love the cheap gesso (Daler Rowney), Decoupage or Mod podge – matte finish is my favorite, Mix of watercolor brushes