Re-purposing your own artworks has an energy all its own. Freed from their previous incarnations, new and imaginative possibilities emerge from work destined for the recycle bin.
Join Erica Wagner and discover the joy of creating new compositions, using your own discarded works on paper, and any other collage elements you fancy (flat colours, magazines, old books, photographs, posters etc).
Some materials will be provided - but bring your own discarded landscape sketches, old paintings, figures drawings and a sketchbook of ideas and be prepared to experiment with texture, shape, colour, line and form.
Over the three workshops , Erica will encourage participants to create surfaces and experiment with a variety of materials to explore their own imagery to create their a series of collage works.
Art for inspiration
- Re-purpose or re-use your old artwork before throwing it in the bin. Create something new, learn collage techniques from a successful artist.
- 3 intensive workshop with Erica will have you reworking old pieces, creating new and collaging masterpieces. Cheese and wine provided each week.
- Some materials will be provided - but bring your own discarded landscape sketches, old paintings, figures drawings and a sketchbook of ideas and be prepared to experiment with texture, shape, colour, line and form.
Casual clothes, you may get messy.
Open to all ages and skill levels.
Vendor since 2015
Situated in the stimulating Collingwood Arts Precinct, Cambridge Studio Gallery was established in 2007 and is located in a heritage listed building that utilizes its unique space to present art in an intimate manner.
Cambridge Studio Gallery encourages the importance of taking part and experiencing the arts in its myriad forms. The gallery believes that interaction with the arts is integral to our national identity and psyche. To support this Cambridge Studio Gallery holds Artist Talks, Art Classes and an Annual Portrait Prize that provides emerging artists with the all-important opportunity to exhibit. The gallery also assists the intellectually disabled community by providing a regular exhibition space.
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1.) LIABILITY WAIVER
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In the event that a class is cancelled, students will be notified via text message or email and entitled to a full refund or credit.
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