Chris Cozen and I are pleased to announce the details of our new workshop, “Complex Collage”. Not just any ordinary collage workshop…take a look at some of the topics you will learn: Composition, shape, line, movement, background painting, transfer techniques, all about mediums with tips, tricks, techniques and support all along the way! Annnnnddd more!

This online workshop is called “Complex Collage” because we will be teaching you how to make your ordinary collage art more complex. No prior collage experience is necessary! It’s time to step your art up to the next level. You will be creating unique, meaningful collage in no time! If you are already keen to collage, you will not be bored!

Chris and I will be teaching you how to create 4 projects start to finish. We’re giving you a PDF that looks like it came from a publishing house, video shot in high def and free ephemera to get you started. Lessons open on April 1, 2010.

Although lessons begin on April 1, 2010, you may take them ANYTIME thereafter. There is never a time limit on any Land of Lost Luggage online workshops and the instructors for the workshops will always be available to help you. Work at your leisure!

Early bird registrants (those who register before April 1, 2010) will be eligible to win one of three early bird prizes. (See photos below.) Winners will be announced in our network on April 2.

Chris Cozen is a member of the Working Artist Program for Golden Artist Colors, Inc.  She lectures and teaches throughout her Southern California territory.  She is the author of three highly popular books on Acrylic techniques:  ALTERED SURFACES, TRANSFERS & ALTERED IMAGES, and MIXED MEDIA & COLOR.  She and her husband live in Pasadena, CA. Chris has a background in Education which she brings into play with every workshop and class she teaches.

Julie Prichard lives with her family in San Diego, CA. She is the author of several successful online teaching workshops including the wildly popular Layer Love online workshop and the Super Nova art journaling program. One of her main priorities is her online network and you will find her online several times every day.

Class Supply List:

Collage Ephemera, including but not limited to: Tissue paper, pretty papers (the thinner the weight the better), old book pages, copyright free images, etc. Copies should be toner based (no ink jet copies).

Acrylic paints (Fluid Acrylics recommended vs. heavy body or tube paints.)

Gel Medium (We recommend Golden, Soft Gel Gloss, but will cover all adhesive mediums in class.)

Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid (Gloss) – optional but highly recommended

Paint brushes

Palette knife or old credit card
Scissors

House paint brush (Found in home improvement stores, a cheap brush you would use to paint the wall with.)

Three Substrates: In class we will be using one 9x12” sheet of heavy watercolor paper, one 12x12” wood panel and one 8x8” Gallery Wrapped canvas. You can use any combination of substrates you would like however at least one of them must be either wood or canvas panel.

Foam stamps, texture making supplies, cosmetic sponges, biscuit cutters (We will cover all of these in class. Gather what you have and wait to see if you plan to buy anything.)

Sandwich Paper- NOT waxed paper..just one or two sheets. Try and see if you can get a couple from your local deli.. or a restaurant supply place will sell you 1000 sheets of it for about $9 or so.

Complex Collage $49

You will receive email invitations to my teaching network within 24 hours of receipt of your payment. 

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Early Birds: Register for this class before April 1, 2010 and your name will be automatically entered to win one of these 3 prizes: Golden Paint Set (Set contains: Interference Green, Interference Red, Interference Gold in 2 oz tubes as well as 4 oz. bottles of Interference Oxide Red, Interference Oxide Green (BS) and Interference Oxide Green (YS), A new autographed copy of Chris's book "Mixed Media and Color" or a Chris Cozen original signed canvas. Good luck!