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Make the “perfect” imperfect collage in this workshop with Jenny Cochran Lee!
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Embrace imperfection in collage with Jenny Cochran Lee!

Make a mistake? Perfect. Jenny Cochran Lee encourages you to make backgrounds that go with the flow, even if your flow includes a few slip-ups along the way! As Jenny says in her video, “You really cannot make a mistake with this method.” Along with embracing your imperfections in this workshop you will. . .

  • · Freely create richly textured surface design collage elements from a wide range of materials without the stress of perfection.
  • · Learn from Jenny’s hands-on and easygoing approach to making art, including a creative overview of what materials and techniques she uses.
  • · Explore three different collage element techniques, including stitched-paper objects, sewn-paper textiles, and sketch incorporation
  • · Work from old book pages, maps, and sheet music, acrylic paints, canvas, colored and graphite pencils, and more to make the “perfect” imperfect collage!

Jenny’s friendly and approachable take on mixed-media collage is perfect for beginners, as well as those looking to mix up their collage style. Create captivating collage pieces by combining whimsical design elements with an emphasis on maximizing texture and surface design. Armed with these ideas, your next collage masterpiece is just around the corner.

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SKU: EP6415

Author/Speaker/Editor: Jenny Cochran Lee

Format: Standard Definition Video

Customer Reviews

More than I expected Review by Janene

It was a treat to watch this video and see the techniques Jennie uses. I'm an experienced mixed media artist, so have tried most everything in the way of techniques. I liked Jennie Cochran Lee as a presenter.. She is pleasant, easy to watch and listen to, and gives good instructions making it easy to follow. I didn't expect to find rubber stamp carving or drawing faces in this, but she included them as well, making it a richer experience. I recommend this. If you like paper, paint, and layering, you will enjoy this.

(Posted on 2/27/14)