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Summer Workshops for 2015
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Fields Near Jersey

24" x 36" 
Acrylics, charcoal, negatives, stamps, fabric and paper collage on wood panel
 

Christine Peloquin


Summer Workshops


 

Advanced Drawing and Painting with Mixed Media Collage 2 Day Workshop at Artist's Workshop in New Smyrna Beach  

July 18-19, 2015,   Saturday and Sunday,  9:30 am to 4 pm  

AWI members $125 |  $155 Non-members

 

Drawing and Painting with Mixed Media Collage 2 Day Workshop at Winter Garden Art Association at the SOBO Art Center

September 19-20, 2015,  Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm

WGAA members $155 |  $175 Non-members

 

Advanced Drawing and Painting with Mixed Media Collage 2 Day Workshop at Art League of Daytona Beach 

October 24-25, 2015,   Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm

$165.00 Members | $180.00  Non-members

2 Day Mixed Media Workshops

Drawing and Painting with Mixed Media Collage

Learn the joys of mixed media collage.  The workshop will address working with papers, fabrics, found objects, past art work, pencil and charcoal drawing, and acrylic painting.  The materials used will be the choice of each student, but students are encouraged to incorporate some of their own prior art work into new pieces. The objective of the workshop is to explore new mixed media techniques and excavate each student’s authentic voice in their art.

I encourage everyone to incorporate mixed media collage into what they already do! I will work with each of you on whatever style project you would like to work on whether it is faces, figures, landscapes, still lives or abstracts. We collage on the first day and then draw and paint on the second day. There are no set rules in my workshops. I try to create a fun time that introduces new techniques and a comfortable learning environment to enhance where you already are. All levels are welcomed!

Materials list;

  • 3 to 4 Wood panels, canvas boards or heavy paper to use a base. cheapjoes.com or dickblick.com is a great place to buy wood panels in all sizes.
  • Fabrics-- new and old, scraps, curtains, tablecloths, patterned napkins--anything that speaks to you. They don't have to be perfect, just smooth.
  • Papers --patterned, tissue paper, wall paper, maps, paper napkins. Japanese rice papers work best. Love paper from papersource.com
  • Found Objects- old letters, old book pages, stamps, ribbon, washi tapes, scrapbooking stuff, keys, pressed dried flowers….
  • Prior art projects that you are willing to let go of- watercolors, drawings, paintings, photographs…anything except oil paintings or inkjet photos.
  • Matte medium – at least 32 oz. We'll use a lot of this! Mod podge does not work for this.– I love Utrecht acrylic matte medium. utrechtart.com
  • Lots of soft vine charcoal, soft charcoal pencils and soft compressed charcoal.
  • Erasers like charcoal kneaded erasers
  • UV spray fixative. (Not workable fixative.)  I love Utrecht’s or Krylon’s versions.  utrechtart.com
  • Acrylic, latex or watercolor paints. I love Golden and Utrecht paints. If you are going to buy any paints for figurative work, I recommend Quinacridone/Nickel Azo Gold and Titan Buff by Golden.
  • Brushes including 2” finch (cheap) or house painting brush for gluing the collage down
  • Scissors and sharp utility knife

 

Advanced Drawing and Painting with Mixed Media Collage

This workshop is a continuation of my Drawing and Painting with Mixed Media Workshop. Prior exposure to collage either in that workshop or others is preferable but not necessary. The emphasis during these 2 days will be further developing drawing and painting skills on collage. Students have the option to collage during the first day (using papers, fabrics, and found objects) or bring in finished collages that are ready to be drawn and painted on. There are no set rules in my workshops. I try to create a fun time that introduces new techniques and a comfortable learning environment to enhance where you already are. All levels are welcomed!

Materials list if starting with collage;

  • 3 to 4 Wood panels, canvas boards or heavy paper to use a base. cheapjoes.com or dickblick.com is a great place to buy wood panels in all sizes.
  • Fabrics-- new and old, scraps, curtains, tablecloths, patterned napkins--anything that speaks to you. They don't have to be perfect, just smooth.
  • Papers --patterned, tissue paper, wall paper, maps, paper napkins. Japanese rice papers work best. Love paper from papersource.com
  • Found Objects- old letters, old book pages, stamps, ribbon, washi tapes, scrapbooking stuff, keys, pressed dried flowers….
  • Prior art projects that you are willing to let go of- watercolors, drawings, paintings, photographs…anything except oil paintings or inkjet photos.
  • Matte medium – at least 32 oz. We'll use a lot of this! Mod podge does not work for this.– I love Utrecht acrylic matte medium. utrechtart.com
  • Brushes including 2” finch (cheap) or house painting brush for gluing the collage down
  • Scissors and sharp utility knife

 Materials list if starting with drawing and painting;

  • Finished and dried collages
  • Photographic reference materials, prior art work and ideas and goals for the weekend
  • 8 oz. of matte medium
  • Lots of soft vine charcoal, soft charcoal pencils and soft compressed charcoal.
  • Erasers like charcoal kneaded erasers
  • UV spray fixative. (Not workable fixative.)  I love Utrecht’s or Krylon’s versions.  utrechtart.com
  • Acrylic, latex or watercolor paints. I love Golden and Utrecht paints. If you are going to buy any paints for figurative work, I recommend Quinacridone/Nickel Azo Gold and Titan Buff by Golden.
  • Acrylic painting brushes

Galleries

 

Arts On Douglas Gallery
123 Douglas St.
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168

Bennett Galleries
5308 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919

Studio E Gallery 
4600 PGA Blvd, Suite #101
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

Orlando Museum of Art Gift Shop
2416 North Mills Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803-1483
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