Nov
1
to Nov 2

Heirloom Plaster Journal with Kim Beller and me!

At the Cameron Museum of Art Museum School

Do you have an urge to explore texture? In this collaborative workshop with Kim Beller and Melissa Manley, students learn to combine simple bookbinding stitches, while exploring many mixed media and journaling techniques. The unique aspect of this journal is its beautiful, tactile plaster cover. Students learn to apply plaster over a wood substrate as the cover for this heirloom journal, while incorporating texture and design. The book is heirloom quality and very tactile in nature. The beautiful watercolor paper adds dimension and provides an awesome workable surface. This is a wonderful opportunity to create a soulful heirloom and renewed inspiration. Instructors Kim Beller and Melissa Manley provide a supply kit for purchase ($50 materials fee) as well as a plethora of their own supplies to share.

Beginning & All Levels
2 Day Workshop - Limited to 15
Nov 1, Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and Nov 2, Sunday 12:00 – 4:00 pm – 2014/7 – WS1
$115 / $100 CAM member
$50 Materials fee paid to instructors on first day of workshop (provides journal making materials)
 

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Sep
7
12:00 PM12:00

Luscious Watercolor Collage at CAM Day 2

At the Cameron Art Museum School in Wilmington, NC I will be teaching Luscious Watercolor Collage.

Weave a lush tapestry of color using the technique of watercolor pour. We will use inherent characteristics of watercolors and their pigment to create moody underlayment for collage. We’ll do our pours on Day 1 and let them dry, and then come back Day 2 and discuss collage techniques. Materials used include paper, tissue, magazine images, rubber stamps, ink, graphite…. the sky's the limit! This is an excellent class for beginners as well as seasoned watercolor artists who might like to try their hand at an alternative, unpredictable technique. You will be amazed and surprised at what pigment can do!

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Sep
6
10:00 AM10:00

Luscious Water Color Collage at CAM Day 1

At the Cameron Art Museum School in Wilmington, NC I will be teaching Luscious Watercolor Collage.

Weave a lush tapestry of color using the technique of watercolor pour. We will use inherent characteristics of watercolors and their pigment to create moody underlayment for collage. We’ll do our pours on Day 1 and let them dry, and then come back Day 2 and discuss collage techniques. Materials used include paper, tissue, magazine images, rubber stamps, ink, graphite…. the sky's the limit! This is an excellent class for beginners as well as seasoned watercolor artists who might like to try their hand at an alternative, unpredictable technique. You will be amazed and surprised at what pigment can do!

$95 / $80 CAM member
 

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