This weekly class is going to be super fun for people, like me, who are interested in learning new mixed media techniques. Actually, I will admit I am a technique junkie, I have been for years. Now, I want to teach you the coolest techniques I have learned along the way. All the materials are included in this class, so there will be no need for you to go running about looking for materials you may never heard of. After the class, you will go home with a finished technique, along with detailed instructions. This should help you remember the technique (unlike like me) when you want to use it again. Learning new techniques is fascinating, it will boost your confidence, and it will add new tools to your ‘art’ tool box. The more tools you have in your ‘art’ toolbox, the better. You never know when you are going to use them, but it’s nice to know they are there when you need them. When get an “inspired” idea for a project, you can go through your techniques and find the best one, two or many, that will work best with your project. For me, this is where the magic happens. The wall piece in this post, is a perfect example as to how I was “inspired” to use several of the mixed media techniques in my ‘art’ tool box.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
*Note* all the materials are included in the cost. You need bring nothing to the class, except yourself.
Cost: $120.00 per month (a one month commitment is required, due to limited space)
Date: SCHOOL IS OUT FOR SUMMER! TBA FALL 2014.
Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm every Tuesday of the month
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm every Tuesday of the month
Payment: Prepaid via cheque or cash
To register, please fill out the form below and type “Technique Tuesday” in subject line, or please feel free to phone me at 250.964.6475
Thank you for stopping by, I look forward to sharing my favourite techniques with you!
SCHOOL IS OUT FOR SUMMER! TBA FALL 2014.
1. How to make your own dimensional paper.
2. Shaving cream background.
3. Packing tape transfer with a twist
4. Layering technique, using a ‘bounce’ sheet (yes, you read that right, using a ‘bounce sheet)