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Sat, Apr 20


Portland Sheraton Airport Hotel

Transform Your Collage

This Workshop is sponsored by Art & Soul Retreats. **You will be directed to their website to pay.**

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Transform Your Collage
Transform Your Collage

Time & Location

Apr 20, 2024, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Portland Sheraton Airport Hotel, 8235 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 97220, USA

About the event

Hosted by Art & Soul Creative Retreats. This workshop will be located at:  Portland Sheraton Airport Hotel | 8235 NE Airport Way, Portland

This workshop is such a creative and freeing experience! I will start out demonstrating how to add decorative and vintage collage paper as well as magazine images to create our initial background. From there we will add more layers of color by applying acrylic paint and then move on to using stamps and stencils using Acrylic & Distressed Oxides. You will be introduced to a plethora of supplies and techniques! I will walk you through the entire process.

Next, we will bring in our focal point. I will demonstrate drawing and stamping on tissue paper to create a transparent layer that you can place over your background creating a sense of depth to your collage painting. There will be a generous collection of magazines, vintage & collage papers to choose from as your focal point as well!

Everyone will leave with a finish Collage Painting.

Students of every experience level are welcome!

Cost: $95

Materials Fee $20 cash  paid at beginning of class includes:

- Acrylic Paint - Gel Medium - Gesso - Watercolor paper, cold-pressed 9x12 (two sheets) - Palette knife - Tissue paper **Shared art supplies including: Dylusion & Distressed inks, stencils, rubber stamps, ink blending tools, stabilo pencil and magazines.

Supplies Needed  to bring for Class:

- One medium brush, one large brush - Copic Gasenfude Brush Tip Pen - Basic art supplies: scissors, small water container, rags & apron. - Small package of wipes. - Palette paper or paper plate for acrylic Paint. - Optional: Images from a magazine (person, flower, animal etc.) - Favorite pen for mark making (black, white or both).

**I will have magazines as well to choose from!!

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