Learn to do Direct Transfer Techniques with Jill Erickson
In this video, 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.
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!
Jill holds MA and MFA degrees in painting and drawing, but enthusiastically embraces a variety of media to help her explore themes related to natural history and an off-jolly take on storytelling. These days, Jill is often in her studio making jewelry. All media are fair game, including: glass, enamel, polymer, resin, metals, wire, beeswax, and more. Borrowing from her background in painting, printmaking, and book arts, Jill makes wearable pieces that pair traditional materials with not-so-conventional materials.
- Photocopy transfers
- Beeswax varnishes
- Basic monotypes
- Transfers onto polymer clay
- Color photocopies
- Printmaking paper
- Mat board
- Flat-tip Taklon or other acrylic-bristle brush
- Acrylic medium (matte)
- Shallow pan large enough to accommodate your photocopied image
- Electric hot plate/burner
- Natural bristle flat-tip paintbrush
- Oven-safe dish to heat beeswax
Included is a class handout filled with notes and all the resource information you need to get started.