at Rene’s Studio
June 25, 26 / 10am-3pm
So you’ve marbled and have a stack of amazingly beautiful papers — but what to do now? This workshop takes you through the options for turning your marbling into beautiful works of art.
■ Paint over your marbled patterns, using mixed media or acrylic ground with your watercolor. Touch up paintings you’ve marbled to make them “sing”! ■ Create a collage, making a pattern using imagery and marbling that you love. ■ Collage marbled deli papers onto your paintings. ■ Cover a journal.
Rene will show examples and offer ideas. She will work with each of you one-on-one to find solutions and discover possibilities for your work.
Some materials provided.
WHAT TO BRING:
Marbled Paper (both what you love and what you don’t)Other paper for collageWatercolor paintings that you don’t like — maybe you like sections that you can save by using it in a new composition. If it’s in the “start over” category it could become the background for a collage painting.ScissorsLow tack tape (3M 233+ green automotive tape)Sharpie markerWhite chalk-like pencil if you have onePencil & kneaded eraserTracing paperGator board or other work surfaceMarbled Cloth (if you have some)Watercolor Painting supplies — you know the drill!Reference: Bring several printed images to choose from that have a good value pattern — areas of dark dark, mid value and light value that make pleasing shapes in a variety of sizes. Can be any subject — or even abstract patterns that you like.Matte gel or soft gel, along with acrylic brushesA lunch
- Water soluble pencils or crayons, transfer paper
- Cradled panels
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