Portrait Collage Project - Summer Bonus Content for Fragments of Joy
I've been enjoying creating paper collage portraits this week and judging by how many positive emails and comments I've received, I thought it would be a lovely to add this project (at no extra cost) to Fragments of Joy - Play and Possibilities With Collage - one of my online art classes.
Here is a little information on the class below:
The classroom is open, the videos are all downloadable and the class is self-paced. This means that even though you may be really busy this summer (and beyond) with children off school, holidays, day trips etc, you get to dip in and out of the content when it's convenient for you.
In case you're wondering, there are three other full projects (plus this new one), five mini projects, a little piece on art history and more!
The full description for the class is here and the short description underneath.
Self-Paced, Lifetime Access with Downloadable Videos
For the full class description, click here.
This class is all about letting go using collage.
Three full projects
Five Extra Mini Projects
Bonus collage portrait
A little art history
Enjoy the feeling of spontaneity as you create collages using 'fragments of joy' ie. scraps of paper, fabric, lace etc. Make a 'memory or story' photo collage in a re-purposed book and then be filled with delight as you piece together a floral still life. Watch your artwork transform with the addition of atmospheric transparent layers. Embrace play - make art that doesn't have to 'make sense' but instead makes you feel joyful!
Receive lots of tips, suggestions and ideas for using collage as a way to explore new inspiration as well as take a little detour as to how some famous artists have embraced collage.
After purchase, you will receive an email with details on how to access the private classroom.
This class is perfect for the beginner, or someone who just feels they don't possess any creative gene but would really like to try (incidentally, I believe we are ALL creative). Equally, an artist would find this class great for a tackling a creative block, for trying out new ideas or if you're just needing to 'let off steam' and have some fun with spontaneous jumping off points like Matisse did when he began 'carving into colour' - by the end he'd made over 120 of them!
I hope you get to join us over in the classroom.
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