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Collage with Fran O’Neill WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON ONLINE begins 7.24

$295.00

We use the Zoom platform for online classes. Login codes are sent prior to the first class only. Some email systems such as Hotmail and Yahoo block our emails to you. Please check your junk folders, and if you have have not received your class info, please contact us (contact@seattleartistleague.com) 15-30 minutes before your class begins so we can reply with the login codes. We will get you into your class.

Collage

  • Teacher: Fran O’Neill
  • Class Length: 6 Weeks
  • Class Start Date: Wednesday, July 24
  • Time: 1:30 – 4:30pm PDT
To Collage or not to Collage!
Collage is an unsung hero in the arena of making — it can be an incredible editing tool, great for testing ideas on canvas’, works on paper, or as a visual medium within itself. It is highly accessible and can be great fun in terms of experimenting with various media and quickly trying various compositional ideas without committing immediately. During this class, students will have the opportunity to experiment in all areas, from making a still life just using collage; to using as a way to see other solutions to works of their own that might feel incomplete, to building works using found images (either their own images or ones sourced from magazines, online etc.).

Materials list:

  • Scissors
  • Mat Medium (glue) + brush for glue
  • Variety of brushes
  • Cheap set of colored pencils
  • Charcoal
  • Pencils — variety of hb >b
  • Eraser

For Collage, please stay with paper based products, for this class: 

  • Old Magazines (if anyone has these any more?)
  • Or old works on paper..
  • 20 sheets of 22×30″ watercolor paper
  • Sketch book

Acrylic Paints:

  • white
  • yellow
  • red
  • blue
  • black

Optional:

  • Watercolor set
  • Colored pieces of paper (that you might have), including black
  • Paper with designs or writing on it..
  • Consider different types of paper, any good art store will have a variety.

 

Students may also make photocopies of their works to use as material and/or old drawings.

Other materials may be suggested by the instructor.

 

Artwork by Lee Krasner, Matisse, Conrad Marca-Relli, Picasso, Romare Bearden

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We use the Zoom platform for online classes. Login codes are sent prior to the first class only. Some email systems such as Hotmail and Yahoo block our emails to you. Please check your junk folders, and if you have have not received your class info, please contact us (contact@seattleartistleague.com) 15-30 minutes before your class begins so we can reply with the login codes. We will get you into your class.

Collage

  • Teacher: Fran O’Neill
  • Class Length: 6 Weeks
  • Class Start Date: Wednesday, July 24
  • Time: 1:30 – 4:30pm PDT
To Collage or not to Collage!
Collage is an unsung hero in the arena of making — it can be an incredible editing tool, great for testing ideas on canvas’, works on paper, or as a visual medium within itself. It is highly accessible and can be great fun in terms of experimenting with various media and quickly trying various compositional ideas without committing immediately. During this class, students will have the opportunity to experiment in all areas, from making a still life just using collage; to using as a way to see other solutions to works of their own that might feel incomplete, to building works using found images (either their own images or ones sourced from magazines, online etc.).

Materials list:

  • Scissors
  • Mat Medium (glue) + brush for glue
  • Variety of brushes
  • Cheap set of colored pencils
  • Charcoal
  • Pencils — variety of hb >b
  • Eraser

For Collage, please stay with paper based products, for this class: 

  • Old Magazines (if anyone has these any more?)
  • Or old works on paper..
  • 20 sheets of 22×30″ watercolor paper
  • Sketch book

Acrylic Paints:

  • white
  • yellow
  • red
  • blue
  • black

Optional:

  • Watercolor set
  • Colored pieces of paper (that you might have), including black
  • Paper with designs or writing on it..
  • Consider different types of paper, any good art store will have a variety.

 

Students may also make photocopies of their works to use as material and/or old drawings.

Other materials may be suggested by the instructor.

 

Artwork by Lee Krasner, Matisse, Conrad Marca-Relli, Picasso, Romare Bearden

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