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Come to create and play with paint and various types of papers to learn about making hand painted elements to collage into your paintings, scrapbooks, journals and cards! The possibilities are endless with Collage.

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Time & Location

Apr 01, 2023, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Montross, 14961 Kings Hwy, Montross, VA 22520, USA

About the Event

In this class, you will discover the endless possibilities of creating and working with collage.

Collage can be introduced into your creative practice in a myriad of ways, including journalling, scrapbooking, and various art mediums, and in this class, you will be introduced to exploring creative collage techniques which will include, but not limited to the use of adhesives; ideas for possible substrates and types of papers for use in collage; what tools you will need; creating your own hand-painted paper; using the Gelli plate to create one-of-a-kind monoprints; and how to finish and protect your original work.

The supply Fee includes most of the supplies you need, others are listed on the website.

Supply Fee includes most of the supplies you need. See your supply list below. 

You will be able to purchase the new gelli plate you use in class if you want to, and we think you probably will.  The class fee for the use of the gelli plate will be deducted from the cost of the plate when you purchase.

If you have a gelli plate, please bring your own.

Coffee/sodas/water/snacks and lunch provided.

Bring your apron or favorite cover up and join us for a day of fun and creativity!

Collage supply list to bring to class

-Most of these items may already be around your house;

-Artist brushes- Bring what you have that are good for acrylic and water based paints. Flat brushes are what I use most often. If you are limited in brushes and need to buy them I would suggest starting with a ½”, or ¾” flat . Stiff bristled paint brushes are best for the “gluing process”. Also if you love to acquire art supplies, like I do, and want to incorporate collage in your regular art practice, I would suggest a Princeton Catalyst polytip bristle Filbert brush. They come in various sizes, but the #8 is a good universal size to have. This is the brush I use to glue down the papers. You will also need the suggested flat brushes for painting techniques. If you want to order one on Amazon, the link is below.

-Roll of Paper towels

-Spray bottle

-Latex gloves or latex free gloves if you have a reaction to latex.

-A water vessel/bucket to place on the table space that holds a good amount of water for rinsing brushes.

-Old plastic credit cards or hotel room keys


Bring the following items to class if you have them; (I will bring as many of the following items as possible, but if you bring your own rubber stamps and stencils you won’t have to wait in line to use them and you may have patterns you prefer over mine)

-Bubble Wrap – Various circle sizes if you have them

-Old books you are willing to tear up for collage papers

-Old sheet music

-Old Maps

-Produce bags (like what citrus comes in at the grocery store.)

-Rubber stamps



A sketchbook- for cleaning off the brayer in between colors. These papers can then become additional collage papers



    From $125.00 to $132.00
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