Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Art from the Heart Tutors, Number 4, Karen Hayselden

Continuing with our showcasing of the fabulous tutors we have for you at Art from the Heart.

This week it is the very talented Kassa

Hi there lovely friends
My name is Kassa Hayselden

(I'll jump straight in and try not to turn you all green hahaha! - I live 15 mins away from Art from the Heart, how lucky am I! living on the doorstep and regularly visiting Dyan's fabulous studio eeeek!) - hope you don't hold it against me <3 font="">

So coming from an 'arty' family background, I've created since forever and I love it, art excites me, makes me happy, so I create what I call 'Happy Art!'  I can't get enough of tiny detail and colour and my daily inspiration well its got to be nature, fashion, my Mother and daughter (not necessarily in that order :-)))

Mwah xoxo

One of Kassa's fortes is colouring. She loves to colour and will spend hours doing it, especially when housework is beckoning!!!

Here's a project she did using the Dylusions range. The main image is from the stamp plate Love Struck Lucy

Here are coloured images from one of her favourite stamp companies Stampotique

If you would like to take a class with Kassa at Art from the Heart, the next one is on Sun 20th Sept and is called Crazy Collage, where you can do a combination of the following two collages. To book a place go HERE

Kassa also runs a monthly club called Stampotique Boutique, the next one is on Sat 26th Sept.

To see more of Kassa's work, here are her contact details

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Go give her some love

Enjoy xx


Neet said...

Lovely work. What medium has she used on the Stampotique images please? Shame I am on holiday on the 20th as it looks a fun workshop.
Neet xx

Gez Butterworth said...

Fantastic artwork! LOVE everything Kassa ♥♥

So wish I could get over to Harrogate!

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