Another day of hugely inspiring work unfolding... this was the 3rd Exploring Collage workshop I have taught at the Much Ado Books fantastic barn in Alfriston.
This time I introduced some additional tips and processes to add to the core course material. These included the use of coloured transfoils, painting Bondaweb & using rubber letter stamps.
One participant said she 'didn't know how she'd managed to live all this time without Bondaweb'! This is an exciting adhesion method that I teach that enables layering and trapping of textures, including delicate materials that may not stick so easily with the glue stick. I first learnt this from my Experimental Textiles teacher Kim Thittichai in 2002. I've since been using it as a medium on paper, as well as fabrics, for making cards & collages and find its versatility and scope very exciting.
See my Gallery page for more images of the day.