Sunday, July 23, 2017


Art Jams, LLC is for sale!!

Included in the sale are:
All supplies and containers
All labels
All videos
All digital files of booklets
The company website files
To discuss terms & price contact:
Phyllis Lear, Owner

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Thank You Lafayette, LA

 The Horse Farm  & Party in the Park in Lafayette, LA 
were great events for Art Jams, LLC. 

Thanks everyone who stopped by and 
special thanks to those who purchased Art Jam kits. 

See everyone again Saturday, June 21st from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. 

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Party in the Park

Find Art Jams in Lafayette, LA. at the UL Horse Farm this weekend.  Saturday, May 17th for the Artisan Market and  Sunday, May 18th for Party in the Park

Wednesday, April 30, 2014


 I recently gave a workshop at the CHEF of Louisiana 
Homeschool Convention.

Here is a link to a downloadable PDF of my presentation.
Please let me know if you have any questions.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

More Than a Fancy Crayon

Oil pastels were first created in Japan as a means for school children to create colorful images.
This short video demonstrates some fun and easy oil pastel techniques that can be used by artists young and old. 

To learn more about oil pastels go to
Art Jams' Oil Pastel Project Page.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Healthy Paint Brushes

How to Clean Your Paint Brushes
 Cleaning your paint brushes properly will keep them healthy and give them a long life. 

Acrylic paint dries to a hard plastic.
It is very important to keep your brushes in water while working on a painting project.
When your project is completed, always wash your brushes thoroughly with soap and water.

This video demonstrates how to clean acrylic paint out of your brushes. 

Monday, March 24, 2014

Foil Fish Fun!!

Foil Relief Fish by Ava
Foil Relief Fish by Victoria
Foil Relief Fish by Cody
This fun project uses discarded cardboard  (backs of writing tablets, cereal boxes and old folders), string, aluminum foil and black acrylic paint.

1. Cut out the shapes, glue them on top of one another.
2. Glue down string for lines on fins and tail.
3. Then glue foil over the whole thing.
 4. You can etch in bubbles, seaweed, smaller fish and sea creatures with an ink pen.
5. Paint the whole thing with black acrylic paint then wipe of with paper towels, leaving black paint in the folds and along edges. 

You can also create butterflies, turtles and flowers.

These great fish were created by students at eLearningK12 in Thibodaux, Louisiana.

Friday, March 14, 2014

An Artist is Born

 Recovering from a stroke, Vincent has discovered his inner artist.
Congratulations Vincent!

Discover your inner artist.
assist you in painting your first fish. 

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Art Jams Supports CASA of Lafourche

Register now to participate in a great day of healthy outdoor walking, running and cycling.

If you are not into the whole exercise thing then sign up for a fantastic after party of food, fun and music.

See you this Saturday
March 8th
from 2:00 - 9:00 pm.
Peltier Park, Thibodaux