Date 17 May

10am – 12.30pm

 

Capture the delight of spring flowers by creating your own colourful collage.  Using lovely textured, pre-painted papers, you will cut and assemble your own striking image. Working with collage gives you the freedom to explore colour combinations and composition to achieve a great result. 

 

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Tea, coffee, home made biscuits and cake included

Spring Flower Collage: Short Course

£30.00Price
  • Spring Flower Collage: Short Course

    Date  19 April    10am – 12.30pm

    Cost - £30 includes some great tuition, a stunning venue, tea or coffee and some home made biscuits.

    Additional costs: £4 for paints, papers and equipment

    If you have any special access/food or disability requirements, please contact us by email: info@farmpods.co.uk

    Course Description: Capture the delight of spring flowers by creating your own colourful collage. Gill will provide a range of pre-painted papers and explain and share techniques on how to create your own. Using these lovely texture papers, you will cut and assemble your own striking image. Working with collage gives you the freedom to explore colour combinations and composition, allowing you to reposition motifs and play with form, to achieve a great result.

    Gillian Ferguson studied textile design at the University of Ulster and worked as a textile designer in the textile print industry for 15 years. She now works as a surface pattern designer and art educator from her studio in Silverdale. To create designs for the home furnishing market she collages textured papers in Photoshop to form the motifs. As she loves to get her hands sticky she creates one off collages, working with found papers, papers from old books and painted textures.

    What to bring

    • Clothes that aren’t precious or an apron
    • Glasses if you need them for close work
    • A small pair of sharp scissors
    • Your visual reference to work from (Post card, photo, objects that are personal to you. We will have some reference material/objects which you can use
    • Gill will bring along a selection of paints, pastels, watercolour pencils and different weights of paper to work with. If you have any papers you would like to include in your work, such as pages from old books, maps or tickets please bring them along.