Collage Discovery Workshop - Beyond the Unexpected: New Techniques Using Color, Personal Imagery and Creative Surfaces

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North Light Books, Aug 12, 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Embark on an all-new Collage Art Adventure!

Bring laughter and a sense of play to your collage creations with Collage Discovery Workshop: Beyond the Unexpected. Using incredibly easy-to-create textures and a kaleidoscope of colorful imagery, you'll learn to create one-of-a-kind collages with your own unique touch.

Claudine Hellmuth shows you how to create amazing textures like layered tissue paper, masking tape texture, dishwasher rinse aid resist, Elmer's Glue-All crackle and more! You'll also learn how to:

  • Add whimsical hand-drawn elements to your artwork
  • Explore the possibilities of printmaking, including the use of a pasta machine!
  • Combine paper and fabric in new and creative ways
  • Incorporate personal imagery into your collage work
Whatever your collage experience level, Collage Discovery Workshop: Beyond the Unexpected will unleash the artist within.
 

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Review: Collage Discovery Workshop: Beyond the Unexpected--New Techniques Using Color, Personal Imagery and Creative Surfaces

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This is well designed with easy to apply ideas. I've shared some tips in it with my collage class, and may use some projects in upcoming workshops. Read full review

Review: Collage Discovery Workshop: Beyond the Unexpected--New Techniques Using Color, Personal Imagery and Creative Surfaces

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Lots of fun ideas to try! Actually ordered a copy to keep (this one is from the library.) Read full review

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Hellmuth is a collage artist whose work has been chosen as fine arts poster designs, featured in numerous magazines, used as book cover artwork and published as rubber stamps, journals, magnets, greeting cards, drink coasters and more. She teaches mixed-media collage workshops in the U.S. and Canada.

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