Textures for Collage: Build 'em Up! (Video Download)

Join art teacher and frequent Cloth Paper Scissors® contributor Sue Pelletier to learn techniques and processes for adding a dimensional quality to your art.
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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!

SKU: EP2178

Author/Speaker/Editor: Sue Pelletier

Format: Standard Definition Video

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SKU: EP2178

Author/Speaker/Editor: Sue Pelletier

Format: Standard Definition Video

Customer Reviews

Textures for Collage: Build 'em Up! Review by Joanna Price

I bought and watched this DVD about a year ago, and just re-watched it last night. I'd forgotten how informative it is! This DVD delivers what it promises: how to take a few products such as modeling paste, tile-backing tape, burlap, plaster gauze, a papier-mache'product, dimensional paint, etc., then mix-and-match them to create the most interesting collage backgrounds. As an elementary art teacher, Sue Pelletier has an easy-going approach to artmaking, using simple craft-store purchases to build up wonderfully textured surfaces.

(Posted on 1/30/2012)

(Posted on 1/30/2012)

Interesting methods Review by Suzanna Keller

This workshop was very interesting and well taught. Of course the workshop is about texture, so I was left wanting more (specifically, how Sue finished her pieces, layer by layer). The reason I didn't give this download 5 stars is that there was a limited number of texturing techniques covered.

(Posted on 8/20/2011)

(Posted on 8/20/2011)

Textures for collage Review by Sherry Collier

I just loved this video! And I can't wait to try some of the projects. This is one you"ll truly enjoy. Best buy for the money .I bought the DVD, I want to watch it over and over.Thank You for a great inspiring video. Sherry C

(Posted on 5/28/2011)

(Posted on 5/28/2011)

Amazing Video! Review by Michelle McLean

This is an amazing video! There are a number of great technqiues with very good descriptions and high quality images. The quality of her work is amazing. The materials are very different and she walks you through stage by stage. I highly recommend this DVD to anyone interest in expanding their supplies and techniques!! There is so much information, I am going to watch it again.

(Posted on 2/24/2011)

(Posted on 2/24/2011)