The inspiration for this course began with a beautiful collection of French postcards, and from there, it evolved into something more. Treasured conversations, quick notes, shared experiences, and nurturing our friendships.

Building layers of paint intuitively, telling stories, stitching, and collaging. In this class, you will create a beautiful, cohesive body of abstract work. Work that is unique to you.

 Immediate Access


About This Course

  • 3.5 Hours of Content
  • Techniques: Create a color palette, intuitive painting, mark-making, stitching, and collage.
  • Downloadable Videos
  • Lifetime Access

About the instructor

About Me

Renee Mueller

Thank you for choosing to take my class, I'm so thrilled and honored that you're here. I want to tell you a little about me. I hold a BFA from the University of Michigan where I studied Art History, Dance, and Choreography. I danced professionally and had the honor of teaching dance at the University of Michigan's Musical Theater and Theater Departments. Most of my life has been spent in the dance studio and the theater. Because of this, I have had the privilege to work with many talented dancers, costume designers, set designers, lighting designers, and musicians. One of the many things that I learned from this experience in the performing arts was to honor your ideas and devote yourself to a subject. Also, to share, support, and collaborate. Once I decided to "exit stage left", it was challenging to find another creative outlet. Like many of us, I loved to draw, paint and create as a child, but never really invested a tremendous amount of time in cultivating that practice. About 10 years ago I began drawing again and decided to commit to a daily practice. I was challenged and inspired!. So, I continue to practice, experiment with materials, and allow my ideas to guide me through the process. When creating art, I draw upon the many methods I learned as a dancer, choreographer, and teacher. Research, gathering inspiration, honoring my point of view, and sharing ideas. It is my hope that by sharing my creative practices, my process, techniques and what inspires me, you will find something that works for you.