Abstract Painted Paper Collage
You'll be following a step-by-step (yet flexible) process in order to create your own abstract paper collage during this workshop. Maximum number of students is 8. This is a Hands-On Interactive lesson where you will paste and paint along with your instructor and will be able to ask questions. 1.5-2 hours, max. 8 students (aged 16+). $25CAD
Students will need to have the following materials in order to enjoy and participate in the lesson:
▪ Paper (pretty much any light-coloured paper that will easily stick to surface when using glue and that is not too thick)
▪ Glue that is liquid and dries clear or clear acrylic medium
▪ Paint (watercolour, gouache or acrylic)
▪ Paint Brushes
▪ Scissors or craft knife and cutting mat
▪ Palette or any surface where you can mix paints
▪ Container of water, plus paper towels or old rag
▪ Surface to stick papers on (like stretched canvas, wood board, thick cardboard, or anything stiff and strong enough to glue your papers on - ideal size is 8x10 or 9x12 inches)
▪ Optional Materials: crayons, paint sticks, oil pastels, coloured pencils, acrylic markers, stencils, stamps, gathered images from magazines or old books, laser printed or photocopied imagery, mark-making materials such as bamboo skewers or an old plastic fork etc. And a blow dryer is strongly recommended.
This workshop is delivered over the Zoom software platform. Read the Zoom Workshop/Class Policies & Procedures.
If you have questions about the class or materials, please feel free contact me via my contact form on my website: http://mtmhobbes.com/contact.html
“I had never taken an online art course before. However, Margarita Hobbes' personal creativity and own body of work, along with her fun and approachable style, convinced me to give it a try. I was a bit daunted at first by the Zoom format, but all that quickly faded away. Margarita has a knack for bringing people together and making you feel not only comfortable, but inspired. I enjoyed the Zoom class setting! I got far more out of her class than I ever could have expected. I not only learned some new techniques, but found myself wanting to explore further, which I did, by enrolling in another online course with her. I highly recommend expanding your creativity with a Zoom class with her! - Joanne F.