By Janet Scruggs
Registration Dates: September 1, 2022 to October 31, 2022 Online Start Date: January 1, 2023
Paper Lamination is a technique to meld printed images with textiles, usually a transparent polyester sheer, organza, tulle or cheesecloth. The use of see-through fabrics enables the artist to use the image from either side, depending on the look desired. This process can be used to layer images and pattern, including text from a newspaper or photocopies of decorative paper. Using silkscreens or brushes produces partial images, allowing for unlimited creativity.
Size of Design Area: 8” X 10” or size of photos
Ground Fabric: Cheesecloth, organza and tulle
Thread: Stash threads for embellishment of images
Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Text: Notes and videos available electronically
Time: 4 Months. 1 Lesson each month for 3 months and 1 month for extra assistance.
Supplies to purchase: Students provide their own kits. Information on the specifics that students will need will be emailed to them post-registration. This will include information on sources for materials. Approximate cost $25.
Fee: $70 CAD, includes Administration and Teaching fees plus electronic delivery of instructions.
This course is available to EAC/ACB members only. If you are not a current member, please apply online.
Learn how this cyber course will work through the Groups.io platform.
Note: No Refunds once registration is complete.