Instructor: Christine Mitchell
Date: Saturday, April 1, 2023
Time: 10AM - 12PM
Ages: 8- 12 years
Non - Member: $25.00
A collagraph print is made by gluing different materials to cardboard and creating a kind of collage. During the inking process the ink will rub off surfaces that are smooth or higher and stay on surfaces that hold more ink, at edges and at lower points thus creating the image.
Come learn a new technique and all the different ways you can embellish your work to make unique one of a kind art or a series of greeting cards! No experience necessary! Bring a smock and any interesting flat objects and fabrics, textures you can find!
$5 materials fee payable to the instructor
Christine enjoys nothing more than engaging others in the exploration and appreciation of art-making from materials not always considered media for creation. Thirty years as an art teacher and art therapist, she has taught in Montessori and public schools, psychiatric facilities, and museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and The New Britain Museum of American Art. In her own work, she derives inspiration from the amazing shapes of cast off steel, very much like one creates creatures from little snips of the clouds. Items and objects normally disregarded as trash and add to our landfills.become animals, people and objects of nature for everyone to appreciate.
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