“MIRROR, MIRROR…” the online Gouache, Mixed Media and Story building class is now online!!!
Learn Visual Storytelling & Gouache and Mixed Media Basics!
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I’m Mandy van Goeije, a Dutch artist/illustrator/teacher. With a head full of inspiration I relentlessly try to find ways of expressing myself in imagery and language, helping others to do the same.
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Latest blog posts:
Hello from the cocoon, dear people...I've already retreated from the dark and cold outside into my warm nest, filling it up with lights and love, to celebrate the return of the sun...the longest night is already behind us on the Northern hemisphere... How are you...read more
Another generous offer A few weeks back I received a message from Gina offering me a wonderful set of Daniel Smith watercolor sticks to try for a demo video and look what she's sent me! An amazing set of Daniel Smith watercolor sticks for another amazing art challenge...read more
Daniel Smith watercolors...would they be as great as they are made out to be? I tried the dot color sampler, as you can see in my demo videos of it. And I was impressed. Only, some viewers said: Hey, Mandy, some of that paint is much more easily lifted from the tube...read more
Ahhhh...finally I've been able to sit down and film the Color My Page demo and review of QoR watercolor paints! You chose colors that offered a bit of a challenge, but the paint was so fine it worked out nicely! Check out the photos and video below! What is the Color...read more
With a growing YouTube audience, I get asked certain questions A LOT! Thus far I've been trying to answer everybody individually, but it's becoming a rather time-consuming job, so I figured it would be a good idea to answer the most frequently asked questions in FAQ...read more
David Bowie on expression:
“There, in the chords and melodies, is everything I want to say. The words just jolly it along. It’s always been my way of expressing what for me is inexpressible by any other means.”