Wednesday, July 03, 2019

New Collage Workshop Starts August 2019

I will  be starting a new 52 week online collage workshop on August, 24,  2019.  

Creating collage on a weekly basis can make you a better artist, whether it’s gaining a new skill level or technique, challenging yourself artistically or simply seeing what dedication and commitment can produce. This 52 week long long workshop is a personal journey that can offer an opportunity for self-discovery and personal growth. During this online collage workshop participants will be challenged to create a series of collages every week for the next 52 weeks. 
During this year-long online collage workshop participants can work at their own pace while sharing their work with others in the group, as we move along from project to project. Those taking the course will be presented with a weekly theme or technique to enhance artistic skills and help with overall technique and design skills.

Some things featured in this workshop
  • weekly prompts and exercises
  • downloadable video demos and projects
  • ability to share your work with others in the group
  • personal feedback on each project
  •  online group exhibit based on a title or theme
  • group collage exchange
  • virtual online classroom
  • online demos

Some projects featured include: Week 5: Exploring Color Relationships, Week 16: Kurt Schwitters Style Collage, Week 18: Creating A Montage Using Dry Glue Technique, Week 21: Art of D├ęcollageWeek 38: Tarot Card Collage, Week 47: Picture Consequence Exchange and more.  

This new year long online workshop starts Saturday, August 24, 2019 and will continue through August 25, 2020The workshop is only $180. A basic material list will be provided after signing up.

Space is limited for this workshop, so sign up early.   

Randel Plowman received his M.F.A. in printmaking from University of Wisconsin-Madison and his B.F.A. from Northern Kentucky University. He has exhibited in solo and juried exhibitions throughout the United States; in addition, his work appears in many public and private collections in North America and abroad, his work has been cited in numerous publications, including The New York Times and USA Today; been featured in The Paris Review, How Designmagazine, Artist Magazine and Somerset Studio. He is the author of two books, Masters: Collage, and The Collage Workbook: How To Get Started And Stay Inspired
Have a question or comment? Contact me at randelplowman@hotmail