Textures for Collage: Build ’em Up! with Sue Pelletier

Textures for Collage: Build 'em Up! with Sue Pelletier

Want to play with dimension in your artwork? Join art teacher and frequent Cloth Paper Scissors® contributor Sue Pelletier to learn techniques and processes for adding a dimensional quality to your art. Learn how to take take a flat canvas and begin layering it with fabric and sculptural products. Sue demonstrates how to build up the surface using a variety of materials, including Pariscraft (plaster gauze), CelluClay® (a papier-mâché product), Paperclay®, dimensional paint, modeling paste, burlap, and even tile backer tape. You will learn how to play with form on your canvas and transform a two-dimensional surface into a three-dimensional piece of art!

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Categories

Collage, Mixed-Media Techniques
Helen Gregory

About Helen Gregory

Helen Gregory is the managing editor for Quilting Arts Magazine and Cloth Paper Scissors. She has been quilting for years; however, her very first quilt, a hand-pieced Grandmother's Flower Garden design, is still not finished! Since joining the QA/CPS team, Helen's stash has grown to include many mixed-media items. Basically, Helen has crossed over and sees artful possibilities in, well, everything. Having worked for years in the quilting industry, both as an editor and in marketing, she is absolutely thrilled to be part of the QA team. Like everyone on the QA/CPS staff, she wears many hats, and was recently mistaken for Pokey's personal assistant during the taping of QA TV Season 4.

2 thoughts on “Textures for Collage: Build ’em Up! with Sue Pelletier

  1. really enjoyed this..i use the dry wall tape (sticky) as we call it,as a stencil..it leaves such a neat impression.

    I have also use it on my junk/art journal..just wanted to share this little tip!

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