Join an engaging exploration of the synthesis between two distinct art forms: photography and painting. Students discover transfer techniques that integrate photographic images and text directly onto painted surfaces, resulting in intriguingly layered works. Participants explore traditional collage and photo montage as well as master new methods that allow for opaque and translucent layers. Reductive methods, such as sanding and scraping, reveal the history of earlier photographic layers and suggest an archaeological approach to image development. The instructor emphasizes experimentation and exploratory approaches. Students produce a portfolio of physical examples of all techniques.
Photographic and digital techniques to produce custom translucent collage layers, traditional collage with photographic material, both text and image, digital manipulation, direct printing onto Japanese papers, custom built acrylic skins, reductive approaches in sanding and scraping surfaces
Kate Leonard is a Professor of Art at Colorado College where she directs the Graphics Research Lab, an innovative program in printmaking. Her work is exhibited nationally and internationally.Register