3-Day Virtual Workshop


November 11-13, 2021

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Dating back as far as ancient Egypt, scrolls were forms of long documents used prior to the codex and bound book. They were commonly used for record keeping, religious manuscripts and paintings. A scroll was often rolled up and stored away or displayed hung on the wall.

During this 3-Day Virtual Event we’re going to take the scroll idea and create three unique projects. Each day a different artist/instructor will walk you step-by-step to create a handmade scroll through their approach and artistic style.

You will also learn a variety of mixed media techniques that will provide each of your scroll projects its own look and character.

The weekend will also include a Meet the Instructors Night pre-workshop event, daily raffle giveaways gifted by the Artists themselves to the lucky winners and daily recordings for later viewing (Visit Frequently Asked Questions page for more details). 

Join us as we gather in our virtual workshop space and

create in the comfort of your home

Workshop Schedule

Wednesday | Nov. 10

Meet the Instructors
Interview/Panel Discussion

Hosted by
Lisa Agaran & Jennifer Lindstrom
6:00-7:00 pm (PST)

Thursday | Nov. 11

Workshop with
Roxanne Evans Stout
10:00 am-3:30 pm (PST)

Lunch Break 12 Noon-1:00 pm

Friday | Nov. 12

Workshop with
Seth Apter
10:00 am-3:30 pm (PST)

Lunch Break 12 Noon-1:00 pm

Saturday | Nov. 13

Workshop with
Lisa Agaran
10:00 am-3:30 pm (PST)

Lunch Break 12 Noon-1:00 pm

Day 1 | Roxanne Evans Stout


Thursday 10:00 am – 3:30 pm (PST)

Roxanne will kick off the weekend by walking you through your first Illuminated Scroll! Together we will create an enticing scroll out of fabric treated with layers of gesso and paint and then embellished with a blend of collaged fabric & papers, stitching and gatherings from nature. Roxanne will also show you how to incorporate an easy weave into your scroll to hold sticks and other found objects. 
For a special touch, we will also be incorporating Roxanne’s newest stencil designs to your creation. 
[These will be released October 7th from StencilGirl Products and should get to you well before the workshop!]
To see some of her other designs, visit StencilGirlProducts.com
Your majestic scroll will be a stunning work of art both when rolled up and opened to be hung on the wall, revealing your visual stories.

Materials you will need for Roxanne’s workshop

  • Piece of white cotton, about 20”x 5”, I used the fabric from an old pillow case, (muslin or linen would also work)
  • White gesso
  • Matte medium
  • Collaged pieces from magazines, vintage paper or deli paper
  • 3 sticks, about 1/4 to 1/2” in diameter and about 6 inches long. These should be smooth enough to weave through stitching.
  • Waxed linen or thread to attach sticks
  • Embroidery thread
  • Awl
  • Sharp tapestry needle with a wide eye
  • Acrylic paints, your choice. I use natural, earthy colors.
  • Heavy bodied black and white paints for stenciling.
  • Posca paint pens, black and/or white
  • Pencil
  • Paint Brushes
  • Paper towels and Wipes

Click Here to Download Material Lists

Roxanne lives and creates in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. The mountains and the river lands that surround her home are her constant inspiration. She shares her art in workshops throughout the United States and abroad. Roxanne has also had her art shown and published internationally. She teaches online workshops to students from all over the world and designs stencils for StencilGirl Products in the US.

Teaching provides Roxanne the opportunity to share her passion. Nothing makes her happier than helping her students find their own process of renewal. Roxanne’s goal is to help students find their own magic.

Through her art she likes to convey the feeling of connecting, timelessness and re-creation. Her two best-selling books are available on Amazon Books and provide unlimited inspiration to her students! As an artist she is constantly learning and growing.

“Art is my passion, my love, my soul.” – Roxanne Evans Stout

For more information visit RoxanneEvansStout.com

Day 2 | Seth Apter

Friday 10:00 am – 3:30 pm (PST)

An Illuminated Scroll is typically a historical document on which decorative borders and small drawings are added to the text. We are going to take this traditional concept and mixed-mediafy both the illustrations and the structure. In our workshop we will be focused on surface design using the Gelli Plate along with paint, ink, stamps, and stencils. We will replace the formal text seen in traditional scrolls with our own mark making language. Our structure will fold rather than roll and nest within its own attached folded folio. The techniques we cover go far beyond the class project and can easily be integrated into your daily creative practice.

Materials you will need for Seth’s workshop

  • Five 5 x 4 inch and one 5 x 9.25 inch pre-cut pieces of heavy weight (140lb) watercolor paper or other, similar material such as cardboard. Please note that the entire surface will be covered.
  • Acrylic Paint – I will be using PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Acrylics 
  • Spray Ink – I will be using Aladine Dye Spray
  • Dye-based Ink Pads
  • Dry Waxed Paper –15+ sheets (packs of 20 sheets available at SethApter.com)
  • Printer Paper and Book Pages with Text – 15+ sheets
  • Washi Tape
  • Fluid Matte Medium and brush for gluing
  • Glue Stick
  • Gelli Plate – 8 x 10 inch size preferred but other sizes will work
  • Brayer
  • Smooth Craft or Makeup Sponges
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Stencils
  • Unmounted Background Stamps
  • Mark Makers – favorite pencils, markers, etc.
  • Bone Folder (optional but very helpful)
  • Heat Tool (optional)

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Seth Apter is a mixed media artist, instructor, author and designer from New York City. His artwork has been exhibited in multiple exhibitions and can be found in numerous books and national magazines. Seth is an instructor at Pratt Institute in NYC and his live workshops have been held throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia and Europe. With travel restricted due to the pandemic, he has transitioned to traveling the Internet, with frequent online demos, classes, and artist interviews across social media channels. Seth is the author of two books, The Pulse of Mixed Media and The Mixed-Media Artist, published by North Light Media. As a designer, he currently has product lines with Impression Obsession, StencilGirl Products, PaperArtsy, WOW and Aladine.

For more information visit SethApter.com

Day 3 | Lisa Agaran

Saturday 10:00 am – 3:30 pm (PST)

Inspired by ancient Tibetan tablets that were used to hold Buddhists chants and scriptures. This form of scroll were made of individual manuscripts often tied together or stacked. 

Lisa will walk you through a scroll project that will resemble the structure and character of these tablets. This scroll will be constructed from a group of panels, individual decorated with gesso, paint, fabric scraps, collage and asemic writing. 

They will then be fastened together so your scroll will be foldable to close and then easily open and hung to display on the wall. 

You will also have the option to incorporate some of your favorite inspirational quotes or covert your scroll into a gratitude scroll by infusing the panels with the things you are grateful for (perfect for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday).

Materials you will need for Lisa’s workshop

  • Six 9 x 3 in. panels, cut from 140 lb. Cold Press Watercolor paper. Gessoed on both sides prior to workshop. (View my quick tutorial on this technique at https://youtu.be/fH1NSgTp6nw).
  • Variety of Handmade Papers (ie. Washi, Mulberry, Bark, or Mango Leaf, etc.) OR Mulberry Paper Scrap Pack By Black Ink
  • Variety of collage material of your choice
  • Sewing pattern tissue paper (optional)
  • Scraps of fabric
  • Craft cord or embroidery floss or thread
  • Twine or string
  • Embroidery or tapestry needle
  • Opaque Watercolor paints (pan set or tube) 
  • Acrylic paints (Variety of colors)
  • Gesso (white) & palette knife
  • Matte Medium
  • Aleene’s Tacky Glue (optional)
  • Writing tools: Black Pigma Micron or Stabilo, White Gelly roll pen and colored pencils
  • Paint brushes (variety of sizes & styles, nothing fancy)
  • Cup of water for brushes
  • Butcher tray OR plastic plates for mixing acrylic paints
  • Spray bottle for water (fine mist)
  • Make up sponge
  • Xacto-knife, paper trimmer, or scissors 
  • Ruler/Straight Edge
  • Awl
  • Putty Spreader, Squeegee or old gift card (for burnishing down collage materials)
  • Hair dryer
  • Beads, found objects for embellishments
  • Sari ribbon or ribbon (roughly 3 ft. long)
  • Inspirational quotes (optional)

Click Here to Download Material Lists

Lisa Agaran is a professional Mixed Media Artist. Her work has been shown in both solo and group exhibits throughout Los Angeles and New Mexico. Lisa’s work has been published in Incite, Dreams Realized: The Best of Mixed Media and Incite 3: The Art of Storytelling. She has a BFA from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and a Masters in Psychology. Prior to her art career she worked as a Licensed Therapist (Inactive), Creativity Coach and Graphic Designer. Lisa also taught one of the core certification courses at the Creativity Coaching Association where she also trained under renown Creativity Coach Eric Maisel. Integrating both her artistic and psychology background, Lisa’s worked with artists and creative professionals on their careers and creative process. From her own personal experience working in the studio and facing typical challenges with the creative process, Lisa understands first hand how to work passed the blocks that keeps us from accessing our True Creativity Within. She currently teaches a variety of Mixed Media workshops in her virtual classroom online and in-person throughout Southern California. Lisa also hosts and leads her art retreats, “Awaken Your True Creativity,” at various locations throughout the year. For more information about Lisa and to view her artwork visit ArtbyLisaAgaran.com.

What’s Included:


  • Access to all 3 Days of the Virtual Workshop Event 
  • Meet the Instructor Night Live Event (Available for all registered attendees) 
  • Access to all the recordings (Available to Live Attendees & Non-Zoomers) 
  • A chance to win prizes provided by the artists (Live Attendees only)

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Meet the Instructors Night

Wednesday November 10, 6:00-7:00 pm (PST) / 9:00 pm Eastern

Hosted by Jennifer Lindstrom & Lisa Agaran

Kick off the 3-Day Workshop Event by joining us for Meet the Instructors Night.
Grab a glass of wine or your favorite cup of tea and join us as we open the workshop weekend
getting to know the Artists (Instructors) you will be spending the weekend with.
Sit back, relax and listen to a panel discussion as they share their own artistic journey.
There will be time for some Q&A from the viewers. This will be a live event on Zoom and will be recorded for later viewing.

(Available for registered attendees only)

For more information or if you still have questions view our Frequently Asked Questions