Collage Circles

An ArtMake Workshop….

2016 dates to be announced…

Instructor: Elsah Cort

Held in Three Rivers, California.
Class size is limited to 4-6 persons.

The sacred circular form of the mandala will be the foundation for this water based collage workshop. Several mixed media techniques will be shared, including collage on canvas using masa paper, mulberry paper, and other handmade paper as our background support.

We begin with a mandala-making meditative art practice on the first day, creating a simple piece that allows for our art-making to deepen and open to the unknown. As the workshop progresses, we will make several mandalas using various water-based collage techniques. The nature of the circle gives us a beautiful limitation, while collage invites infinite possibilities.

Note from Instructor:
I realize this workshop description may seem pretty vague.
There is no way to truly describe all that will come forth.
Be prepared to be surprised and, perhaps, to discover hidden aspects of your creativity.

Registration fee is $185, early-bird* rate is $165.
Personal checks, MC, VISA and Discover accepted.
Call 559-561-4671 to register.
email

Registration fee includes collage materials—including round canvas, heavy watercolor paper, gel medium, assorted specialty papers, water-based pigments, tissue prints, transfer images and odds and ends. Participants are encouraged to bring personal collage materials like special images, papers, preferred water based mediums. A more detailed list of possible inclusions will be given at time of registration.

Lunch will be provided each day.
Directions to studio will be given with registration.

*To qualify for early-bird rates please register by earlybird date.
A refund, minus $50, is given for cancellation two weeks prior to workshop.

"Source" acrylic mandala © Elsah Cort

[“Source” acrylic collage © Elsah Cort, presented here as a greeting card]

All workshops can be scheduled for specific dates on all days of the week, if you have a minimum of four persons registered. Consider scheduling a private workshop as a way to gather with friends for creative fun or to celebrate personal special events.

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Workshops are open to everyone…not “just” artists.
Fun is the prime directive.© Elsah Cort