Class Mixed Media Workshop

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Class Mixed Media Workshop

175.00

Donna's Cell 810-923-5499

Class is upstairs (no elevator)

You can leave your supplies overnight for length of class.

Supplies

 Canvas sheets and/or Watercolor Paper (140#) for technique practice
Other Surfaces of your choice
Acrylic paints in colors of your choice
Brushes, palette
4” rubber brayer (not the sponge type)
Spray bottle
White gesso and matte medium
Also a good time to bring those old, not-so-favorite paintings that never made it to ‘done.’

For collage: words, quotes and/or images in various sizes, decorative papers

 Optional: watercolor pencils, water-soluble crayons, oil pastels, soft pastels, colored pencils, gel pens, white tissue paper, old fabric patterns, muslin fabric or any cool art supply you purchased but haven’t opened yet.

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We’ve all seen photos of the Grand Canyon with all those colorful, interesting layers that provide a history of how the canyon was made.  Mixed media artwork is created in the same fashion – lots and lots of layers.  For me, it what’s makes each piece totally unique and oh so much fun to create.  No one technique stands out but each layer contributes to the look of the whole.

As we progress on our journey together, keep in mind that everything you learn in this workshop is a jumping off point, the tip of the ice berg.  Each technique could be explored in depth or combined with other techniques – the choice is yours.  You will want to bring some surfaces to work on a piece that you will finish (or almost) during our time together.

This workshop is jam packed with fun and information.  During the class, learn a variety of techniques including various background treatments, texture ideas, collage, design pointers, as well as some color theory.  Students will benefit from many demos and have lots of opportunity to work on their own paintings.  Beginner to advanced levels welcome.

Supplies

Canvas sheets and/or Watercolor Paper (140#) for technique practice

Other Surfaces of your choice
Acrylic paints in colors of your choice

Brushes, palette

4” rubber brayer (not the sponge type)

Spray bottle

White gesso and matte medium

Also a good time to bring those old, not-so-favorite paintings that never made it to ‘done.’

For collage: words, quotes and/or images in various sizes, decorative papers

Optional: watercolor pencils, water-soluble crayons, oil pastels, soft pastels, colored pencils, gel pens, white tissue paper, old fabric patterns, muslin fabric or any cool art supply you purchased but haven’t opened yet.