Wednesday, October 20, 2010
And Life goes on~
Techniques to Alter and Transfer Images"
Show and Sale at PAA, October 9 - Nov 20, 2010.
Pieces from the National Collage Society’s new techniques e-book,
representing 20 selected instructors
from the Signature Members of the Collage Society.
Show closing reception on Saturday, November 20, 5-7pm,
a book signing with Gretchen and some of the artists.
Collage Techniques with Gretchen Bierbaum,
Saturday October 23 and 24, 2010, 10am to 3pm. Based on her new book -
"Creating Collage in All Dimensions - Techniques to Alter and Transfer Images",
the National Collage Society’s new techniques e-book, representing 20 selected instructors from the
Signature Members of the collage society. Well-behaved children are invited to sign up with a parent.
$100 or $90 for PAA and National Collage Society Members. You may sign up for just one day.
email Registration Form www.nationalcollage.com Register on-line here 330-657-2248
gifts • gallery • studios • classes
Peninsula Art Academy
1600 West Mill Street
Peninsula Ohio 44264-171
open Thursday thru Sunday 11-5
I have a piece in this exhibit above, I had to send it through the mail to Ohio, that is always a good experience to see if it makes it there in one piece...Luckily I had some heavy duty boxes from all the form core that has these triple walls of corrugated cardboard it helps when shipping.. safe to say it there and hanging on the wall of the Peninsula Art Academy then heading to the Hudson Library Gallery till the end of the year.. The book that Gretchen is signing is the book that I'm in sharing the resist technique of using the polymer medium and stamping into the magazine with it and letting it dry then coming back in with the Nevr Dull and rubbing with that and pulling the magazine color off and leaving the stamped images from the polymer, it is always a great experience to see what happens when you do this technique because you never know how it will turn out.. but one thing is you always get great collage papers from it.
Today I have my volunteer time at the LaGrange Art League..I've not done that in about 10 years..no there was a few times in between that but being a teacher and a framer it was like I was camped out there anyways so why come in again..but different now as I'm not teaching there this fall and winter session and I don't frame there any more..I'm kind of looking forward to that.. I'll bring in my faceless people series piece that I'm working and pull out the plastic and have at it...
Need to bust a move because I also need to fit the walk in with the four legged buddies...keeping the training going and fresh.
Labels: art and life and all the stuff in between, Published art in new National Collage Society book