Dimensional Art with Paper Clay
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About the course
Join mixed media artist and author, Rogene Mañas for a fun 3-day workshop creating dimensional wall art with paper clay. Create bas-relief images that have the look of carved wood and leave people wondering how they were made. Paper clay is an easy-to-use, air-dried clay that holds amazing detail, is non-toxic, and does not require baking or firing. It comes out of the pack ready-to-use and is available at most art supply and craft stores. This unique and innovative process is fun, flexible and forgiving, making it perfect for beginning and advanced students alike.
In this course you will learn:
- Learn a new, unique process creating dimensional art using air-dried paper clay on wooden panels
- Learn to design your project, create a pattern and transfer your image
- Learn to sculpt and carve paper clay when wet, and to cut, carve and sand paper clay when dry.
- Learn to finish your dry paper clay pieces with acrylic mediums and paints
- Learn simple bas-relief sculpting and imprinting techniques
- Learn to use a fun, flexible and forgiving medium that can be applied to mixed media work
About The Instructor
Rogene Mañas retired from her international card company, PhotoTidings, in 2006 to focus on art making. She studied at the University of Oregon and worked with numerous professional artists in the Pacific Northwest, Mexico, Italy and France in developing her skills. After becoming an accomplished plein-air landscape painter, she made a sudden departure in style and materials after spending winters in Mexico. Inspired by the allegorical nature of Latin American folk art, she shifted her focus from the external world to the internal one. Now as a contemporary folk artist, she makes art about her own thoughts and feelings, often combining nature images with human forms. In her book, Artful Paperclay, published by North Light Books in 2016, Rogene shares the unique and inventive paper clay and mixed media techniques that make her work stand out. She teaches workshops in Oregon and Mexico, and her work may be seen in galleries in Oregon, California and at her website, www.rogenemanas.com. In 2011, she was featured on Oregon Art Beat, a regional program on PBS showcasing Oregon Artists.