Learn to do Direct Transfer TechniquesWednesday October 27, 2010
In this 90-minute online LIVE class recording, artist and teacher, Jill Erickson, will show you the secrets behind creating visually sophisticated image transfers. Ms. Erickson will share her expertise, tips and tricks on how to achieve great results with direct transfer techniques.
Jill will break down each process, showing you easy-to-follow steps to make:
- Photocopy transfers
- Beeswax varnishes
- Basic monotypes
- Transfers onto polymer clay
These techniques can be used to advance your book arts exploration, to experiment with mixed media projects, or to tap into processes that help you create pieces based on a theme or wherever your imagination takes you.
Don’t miss this opportunity to finally learn how to get sophisticated image transfer results!
Ms. Jill Erickson is a visual artist who loves to combine materials and media to tell a story. Over the years, Ms. Erickson has used her MFA in drawing and painting as a foundation to explore printmaking, textile arts, ceramics, photography, and even basic metalsmithing. Her studio and work areas are veritable cabinets of curiosities filled with off-jolly, beguiling bits of ephemera. Ms. Erickson is an associate editor with Art Jewelry magazine.