Workshops at Bizzy B’s in Toronto, Canada

I had an amazing time teaching at Bizzy B’s in Toronto. I love the store and Toni and Barb are amazing hostesses!

The photo above (by Bizzy B’s)  shows the “Nat-Wall” based on the material list for the workshops I sent them. They put all supplies I used during my workshops up on a special wall – I loved that! Such a cool idea! Thumbs up!!!


I taught four workshops over three days: Portrait of a Lady, Tag You are It, Daily Observations and Free Your Creativity. It was so much fun. Prima Products, Derwent Artbars, Spray Paints, PanPastels, Gesso, Gel Medium, Stencils, Acrylic Paints and more were part of the classes – I think the students enjoyed it- here are some pictures during the classes

The students were so so talented and awesome! After spending three days with lot’s of them, it felt like a mini-family- I miss you guys! But I know I see some of you soon again 😉



Look at the awesome birthday cake Violet and I got – yum yum!!!! (photo by Bizzy B’s)


I gained about 20 pounds due to this guy here….Toni is the best cook and…. man did I eat – LOL. I guess some serious workouts are in order now 😉

Thank you Toni !!!!

Thank you to my students at Bizzy B’s for an amazing weekend! You rocked and you are so talented! You made my stay a memory I will never forget!


Thank you Barb and Toni for making my time at Bizzy B’s an amazing teaching experience! Thank you for your friendship, hospitality and organization. You rock and I am looking forward seeing you soon again!

I was asked about my fall workshop schedule – I will update this soon- there are a couple of things to be finalized – so stay tuned 🙂

I will give you a picture break tomorrow- LOL -but some pictures of CHA are coming soon 😉

Happy hugs








  1. Hi Nathalie, great pictures bringing back great memories! I hope it’s not 18 and raining in Hamburg!

  2. Isabel LopezDel RinconTroussel says:

    Hi Nat, Portrait of a Lady looks like a workshop I would love to attend… Will you have it online sometime soon or does it have to be face-to-face (if so, maybe ArtMesa 2013, although I don’t think I could wait that much)?


    • Hi Isabel, right now I have not thought about doing it online – it is a face to face class and actually I kind of think it works better face to face…Let me think about it 😉 Hugs nat

  3. Wow! What a great line up of projects, and your students’ art is amazing!! I love your style, Nat! Looking forward to that fall schedule! Is California calling you???? 🙂

  4. Thanks Nat! You were an awesome guest too! Everybody loved your style of teaching and classes – even the short one! LOL!

  5. Kelly Belton says:

    If you ever have a chance to take a class with Nathalie – DO IT! She is tons of fun – she has tons of product knowledge, will teach you lots of technique and she is great at helping you unleash your creativity – and did I mention she is lots of fun? Sue Clarke – Portrait of a lady is a great class – the finished product is very impressive even if you “can’t draw” which is very definitely my reality!

    Nat we can’t wait ’til you come back!

  6. Sue Clarke says:

    Portrait of a Lady looks interesting. I LOVE how they did the wall of products you would be using.

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