Our resident tutors
Katy Leitch (Founder)
From: EnglandKaty is the founder of Mixed Up. Her work is eclectic and she loves to share her mixed media knowledge.
Leslie is the absolute master of upcycling and makes amazing junk assemblage.
Blog: Art for Dinner
Corrie specialises in art journaling and creates colourful, fun pages. Rubber stamps are her muse.
Blog: Made by Chook
Bea makes amazing videos, often working with minimal or unexpected supplies.
Deb’s work is feminine but sophisticated; intricate and detailed, but beautifully balanced.
Blog: Paxton Valley Folk Art
From: Northern Ireland
Lisa loves colour, colour and more colour! Her work is vibrant and full of energy.
Blog: Inky Bliss
Erica loves products, especially turning ordinary art materials into rust, patina and faux effects of all kinds.
Mags’ loves vintage and uses beautiful reclaimed antique and natural materials in her subtle, elegant work.
Blog: The Tag Lady
Eliza is a versatile artist who works in lots of media and lots of discplines; her work is bursting with colour and dynamism.
Emma is the Queen of all things Tim Holtz – she takes his amazing products and gives them her own fabulous feminine spin.
For Leanne art is a form of therapy, her pieces are expressive, emotive and created from the heart.
Blog: Addicted to Clouds
Carol describes her style as ‘tidy grunge’ – a wealth of techniques combined with an impeccable finish. She’s a little bit obsessed with Alice in Wonderland.
Blog: Welcome 2 My World
Jennifer studied fashion and her love of surface design gives her mixed media work a unique look – she loves colour, pattern, and geometric shapes.
Blog: Paper Geometry
Helen is an experienced artist and rubber stamper. She is crazy about colour, notoriously messy, and definitely does not adhere to the principle that less is more!
Blog: A Splash of Colour
Debs loves to draw and create pieces that express her soul; the resulting work is sensitive and thoughtful but still full of know-how.
Website: Debs’ Artzone
Fi is equally at home with delicate jewellery as she is with large sculptural pieces. She’s an expert in resin and Powertex.
Betsy’s style is eclectic and she loves vintage and retro imagery. Her work often evidences her wicked sense of humour.
Website: Paper Calliope
Versatile Teresa excels as much at cardmaking as she does at assemblage. Her work is sometimes colourful and sometimes subtly vintage, but always finished to perfection.
Jennie’s work is beautifully soft and feminine with a vintage vibe; she loves to add a unique touch with handmade embellishments.