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  • Mixed Media & Collage

Our homes, public spaces and nature are full of amazing objects and surfaces which can form the basis for beautiful and intriguing mixed media art works. Photos, memorabilia, old newspapers, leaves and bark, magazines, music scores, maps, wrappers, discarded household items and more are a treasure trove of source material. In this class you are encouraged to recycle and re-use, bringing new life to old objects as you create meaningful and personal pieces of art. 


Spring 2020: 

8 Weeks:  Base Tuition: $349 + Materials Fee: $20 = Total: $369

Upcoming Sections

CodeInstructorDates & TimeDaysLengthRegister
517Jacqueline TreloarMay 1, 2020 to June 19, 2020
TERM - Spring 2020
Fridays
2 p.m. - 5 p.m.
8-week courses$369.00

What you will learn

  • Understanding how valuable mixed media is to use recycled and found items to create fascinating and unique pieces of work  
  • Looking at and using a wide variety of mediums, textures and surfaces to create personal projects 
  • Using light sensitive papers to create unique photo images of objects 
  • Discussions of fascinating examples of important movements using the found object: from 16th century private cabinets of curiosities to 1900's Art Povera movement

Materials to Bring

Please keep your receipts in case you need to return materials.

  • Matte gel medium which we use as glue and for sealing 
  • Sponges for applying paints and glues and for texture 
  • Brushes: a selection of nylon brushes - I prefer flats or angled brushes. Three different sizes 
  • Small, medium, large surfaces - different mixed media papers - 90 lb weight for the standard white mixed media paper 
  • Wrapping tissues etc 
  • Plain ungessoed canvas - small rolls 
  • Gesso - texture medium 
  • Dipping pens and india ink
  • Fluid acrylic paints and acrylic inks
  • Droppers 
  • Sharp cutting knife 
  • Rags or paper towels for clean up 

We will have wax, twine and a selection of other assorted items - you may have your favourites 

 
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