Would you like to learn how to create beautiful mixed media trees with artist Jaime Barks??

  • Are you a beginning artist looking for a step by step process to creating beautiful paintings?

  • Are you an experienced artist looking for a new twist on your style?

  • Are you inspired by the nature?

  • Would you love to paint something incredibly beautiful for yourself, as a gift or for a client?

You will love Imaginative Birches!

In this workshop, students are guided step by step, through the process of creating colorful, imaginative birch trees on wood panels using a unique process with artist Jaime Barks.  

Follow along as Jaime shows you her mixed media approach to painting these beautiful pieces.



Why Should I Take This Workshop?

  • You will be really happy with the results.

  • This workshop will challenge you to paint in a more dramatic style.

  • You can create some really special gifts for loved ones.

  • The technique is different, vibrant, fun and easy to learn with practice.

This workshop is for anyone who wants to challenge themselves and learn a new skill.

Once you master this technique, you can create templates of your favorite trees and create beautiful custom pieces of your own.

Meet Your Instructor

  • Jaime Barks

    Jaime Barks

    Jaime Barks grew up roaming the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. Those countless hours she spent wandering the woods as a child are evident in her work. After nearly a decade working in the non-profit world, Jaime decided to pursue her childhood love of art. She seeks to bring her passion for the natural world to people by reminding them to stop and experience their surroundings. Jaime is heavily inspired by the Tennessee landscape. Living in Chattanooga’s North Shore provides her countless opportunities to experience nature from running on the walking bridge to hiking on Stringer's Ridge. Since making the leap into the life of a full-time artist Jaime has shown work at various art festivals, gallery shows, juried events, and public art displays. Her paintings are in both private and public collections. If she isn’t in the studio she likes to spend her time running, reading, or hiking.