Rosie McClelland Art

Mixed Media Workshop

In Workshops on December 6, 2013 at 5:49 pm

The regular classes finished today but before I get carried away by the Christmas spirit I wanted to post some images from last Saturday’s mixed media workshop.  Sometimes I like to link themes to current exhibitions in the knowledge that some people will either have already visited them or intend to do so.

In light of the present “Analysing Cubism” exhibition at the F.E. McWilliam gallery, Banbridge, Co Down, the Paul Klee exhibition “Making Visible” at Tate Modern London, Gustav Klimt at the Portrait in Vienna exhibition, National Gallery London, I decided to (loosely) base the workshop around the theme of cubism and geometricizing images.

Nine people took part. Below are the results – please bear in mind that some are works in progress.

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Shirley Barlow collaged digital prints, acrylic, monoprinting

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Oonagh Catchpole collaged painted  japan paper, acrylic,pastel 

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 Roberta Lindsay acrylic inks gold leaf

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Pat Burgess inks collaged paper cellophane (unfinished)

20131130_162109_resizedChristine Henderson watercolour collage gold leaf, pencil (unfinished)

20131130_162408_resizedJanet Clarke acrylic, collage (unfinished)

20131130_162808_resizedPamela Greene watercolour pencil collaged photos

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Caroline Twemlow  painted paper collage oils

20131206_124530_resizedKaren Hamilton watercolour, pencil, collage,gold leaf

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  1. Interesting work! I love that you included mono print in it too.

  2. great …especially the first two and the last…taking a brilliant line for a walk…

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