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Introduction to Collage with Mary Ann Rozear and Sandy Sachs
April 19 @ 12:00 pm - May 10 @ 2:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 12:00 pm on Tuesday, repeating until April 26, 2022
Learn the basics of collage with Eno Arts Mill studio artists Mary Ann Rozear and Sandy Sachs.
Come discover the joy of using paper to create or enhance a painting. This four week class will introduce you to the basic concepts and possibilities of collage and by the end you will have four different completed collage works.
Week One: Intro to materials and a magazine collage
Week Two: Abstract collage
Week Three: Negative painting collage
Week Four: Floral or landscape collage
All paints, gel medium, brushes, substrates and some papers supplied.
Additional (optional) packet of specialty papers available to purchase $12 directly from instructors during class. $140
About the Artists:
Mary Ann Rozear and Sandra L. Sachs are both studio artists at the Eno Arts Mill, and they will be co-facilitating the classes.
Mary Ann is an award winning artist who recently moved to Durham from Hampstead, NC. Her subject matter is as varied as her choice of medium. Whether using watercolors, acrylics, or oils she strives to elicit an emotional response from the viewer with each painting. Mary Ann began painting in 2002 while living in Blowing Rock, NC, where she studied for six years with many master painters. She was most influenced by Mary Ann Beckwith, Gerald Brommer, and Skip Lawrence, whose philosophy was to encourage each student to paint in their own style. Mary Ann has developed her own unique approach to painting, believing that the enjoyment she gets during the process of painting translates to the finished piece.
Sandra is a self-taught artist with mixed media abstract art being her first passion. Having been an elementary school teacher for 30 years, she is excited to work her way into the Hillsborough art community and be in close proximity with other artists at the Eno River Mill. Sandra hopes to listen to and encourage other artists; as well as one day teach kids about abstract art.