I offer full day workshops for beginners in collage.
The next dates will be when Covid 19 is no longer a worry.
Contact me to arrange a date for groups of 3 or 4 people.
Workshops are 4-5 hours long with a short break for lunch. 10 am to 2-3:00 pm. We have lots of fun and most people do not want to leave !
All workshops will take place in my home studio in Maple Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
For enquiries and to register please send me an email: email@example.com
Introduction to Collage : $125
For beginners or those wanting a refresher in basic collage techniques. You will learn how to prepare a substrate for collage. How to create a background and focal point for a collage. I will show you how to use adhesives, gesso, paint, distress ink, felts and charcoal to complete a collage piece using vintage images and papers. All materials will be provided. You will take home a completed piece and supply list to get you started so you can start creating on your own.
Testamonials from happy students and samples of student work.
Four friends contacted me for a workshop day…here is a thank you letter and an in progress shot of our fun day.
More Testimonials from happy participants this past year.
Just wanted to say thanks very much for a great day yesterday. I had trouble sleeping last night mulling over all of the ideas of things I could do! I cut some wood pieces today and will stock up on supplies next time we’re in Duncan or Victoria and then – look out! Collage city.
Cheers & many thanks again!
July 24, 2019
Trishia , July 24, 2019
“I’m going to go upstairs and try something terrifying.” Hubby says, “What?” I say, “I’m going to go upstairs and try to repeat what my art teacher taught me.” 🙂 When Canadian artist Wilma taught me how to use a simple paper towel like a stencil to create a background layer design, it was so magical!!! But my first couple of attempts to do it back at home rather sizzled. Upstairs in my “art studio” I felt like a scientist who makes a miraculous discovery and fears he can’t repeat the results. Indeed, I finally got the paper towel imprint to show up a little on my canvas (and I think it’s because it’s a canvas and not a hard surface??) but when I went to practice on solid wood: Voila! I did it!! After learning this trick, I’ll never look at paper towel the same. Wilma I can’t say it enough: MERCI BEAUCOUP!!
I want to thank you again for such a fun day at your workshop. My mom and I really enjoyed ourselves.
We appreciate everything you shared with us and how organized you are.
Pam, April 2019