Free Online Mixed Media Webinar by Lisa L. Cyr

Free Online Mixed Media Webinar on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 1:00pm

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In this FREE online event, join award-winning, multidiscipline artist and author Lisa L. Cyr as she demonstrates innovative mixed-media techniques featured in her book Experimental Painting. Throughout the highly visual PowerPoint presentation, many exciting two- and three-dimensional mixed-media techniques will be covered, including:
• Texturing the Working Ground
• Employing Ink Transfers
• Monoprinting
• Creating Custom Multidimensional Accents
• Debossing and Embossing
• Sgraffito, Spattering, Sponging and Dry Brushing
• Employing Assemblage Accents

To assist artists in venturing out on their own creative path, Lisa will also address topics on creative exploration, developing personal content, embracing a multidisciplinary mindset, and more. For artists that are looking to push their work to a new level, this online event will be a valuable resource and an ongoing source for creative inspiration! The PowerPoint presentation wraps up with a Q&A session where you’ll have a chance to ask Lisa questions.

Everyone who registers for this event will receive a:
* FREE recording of this event
* And will have the opportunity to order Lisa’s books Experimental Painting and Art Revolution through at a special discount (given to you at the end of the session)!

In the meantime, watch the video book trailer for Experimental Painting here.

Space is limited, so register now!
Seating for each event is limited to 1,000 people. Registration does not guarantee you’ll get in, so sign in early the day of the event to claim your space. If you cannot attend live, you will still be able to watch a recording of the event and receive special discounts if you register, so register today!

About Lisa L. Cyr: An accomplished multidisciplinary artist and author with a content-driven approach, Lisa’s highly imaginative, fantasy-inspired works use layers of metaphor and allegory to stimulate curiosity, provoke thought and encourage further inspection. A poetic, rhythmic synthesis of drawing, painting, collage and assemblage, Lisa’s visually tactile, mixed-media work is composed to collectively create a new reality with a more expressive, symbolic arrangement.

An artist member of the Society of Illustrators in New York City and the International Society of Experimental Artists, Lisa’s work has been featured in numerous magazines, books and online. She has authored seven books on art and design and writes for many of the creative industry’s leading art publications. In addition, Lisa teaches in several of the top MFA graduate programs and lectures at professional organizations, universities and industry trade conferences. You can visit her website at and blog at or network with her on Facebook or Twitter.


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