Creative Retreat Community


Thank you for checking out what the Creative Retreat Community has to offer! 

I’m Amy, and I love sharing my love of art and creativity.

Subscribing to the newsletter gives you:

  • Access to the codes to each free weekly session of a pencil sketch that you’ll feel confident in displaying or finishing with additional materials on your own or during the paid membership sessions.
  • News of the other materials we’ll be experimenting with during the membership sessions.
  • Sneak peeks including discounts to the monthly workshops co-hosted by other artists.

“To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.” – Joseph Chilton Pearce 

Retreat from reality each week within our group to let it inspire you to pick up your art supplies, work with your hands, and bring out your creative side with encouragement from myself and your fellow community members.

Join our private Creative Retreat Community Facebook group to see sneak peaks of the weekly works of art and receive support from me and other members as you create.

Want more beyond the sketch each week?

It’s HERE!

The paid membership is up and running and I can’t wait to start teaching you how to utilize different art materials to take your sketches up a notch.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I access the Zoom classes?  A link will be sent in an email each week to the free sketch session that anyone can join which will start at 6pm Eastern time.  A separate link will be sent to join the second session of the night for the paid members at 7:15pm Eastern time.

How will I know what supplies to bring to class?  There will be a schedule posted each month with the subject matter and material lists.  These details will be in the email with the zoom link as well.

What if I cannot attend a live class?  There will be a recording sent to you by Monday of the following week.  Follow along at your own pace and ask any questions you have in the group, that way not only can I answer you but other members can offer their advice as well.

Who can participate?  One membership is good for one screen on Zoom in one household.  What I mean by this is it doesn’t just have to be you who participates.  If you have a family member that wants to join in I’d love to see you sharing that time together.  It will be a family friendly environment and each lesson is appropriate for beginners but those who are more advanced can add some extra challenges and details to their work of art.

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