Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Collage Workshop In Milwaukee

Collage Workshop
The Collage Workshop: How To Get Started and Stay Inspired
Sunday, July 15, 2012 from 10 am - 4 pm
5050 Vliet St. Milwaukee, WI.

Cost: $75.00
Sign up for the workshop by sending an email to:
Space is limited so sign up early

Each person signing up for the workshop will receive a free copy of The Collage Workbook: How To Get Started and Stay Inspired.
Randel Plowman will be conducting a one-day collage workshops for both the beginner and advanced artist and teachers at Stella's on July 15, from 10 am - 4 pm. These workshops will explore the full potential of collage and its limitless possibilities. It will examine various transfer methods, the use of glues and mediums and how to mat and frame your art work . Most supplies will be included in the workshop. Participants are encouraged to bring an assortment of personal images to use in their work. A more detailed list will be provided before the workshop.

Randel Plowman is a mixed-media artist living and working in Northern Kentucky. He has worked in collage since 1982, and his art has been exhibited in solo and juried exhibitions throughout the United States; in addition, his pieces have appeared in many public and private collections in North America and abroad, including the Cincinnati Art Museum. Plowman’s work has been cited in numerous publications, including The New York Times and USA Today; been featured in How Design magazine, Artist Magazine and Somerset Studio and has been used as cover art on numerous books. He is the curator and author of Masters: Collage and The Collage Workbook both published by Sterling Publishing He also teaches workshops in printmaking and collage, and has a popular collage blog: www.acollageaday.com

For additional information please contact:
Randel Plowman: studio@rplowman.com

1 comment:

Rob Colvin said...

I received your book in the mail today, AWESOME!! Very well done! I've looked for a book on collage like this for a long time, this one is excellent. Thanks!