HOW I do the work, my process, is unplanned, completely iterative, and always born of curiosity to see what emerges and a willingness to rethink as I go.
This event is for our attendees and teachers and will be a time for you to be meet the PAS Team, see samples of their Mixed Media creations, and meet the magnificent Presenters who were carefully selected to share their talents and ideas with you.
I found that mixing metals with metallic polymer surfaces worked aesthetically well in these pieces.
Preparing for PAS has been an exhilarating experience on so many levels. It forced me out of my comfort zone as I embraced alternative materials previously unfamiliar to me
I have always liked to try new and different things in a lot of mediums and polymer being one of them.
The start of the Polymer Art Summit (PAS) is just 6 weeks away, and while a lot of people have used Zoom, there are some form whom the PAS event will be their first exposure to online polymer education. We wanted to give you a few tips and tricks to get you started with confidence.
I absolutely LOVE mixing different materials in my polymer clay designs, and am so delighted that our theme this year is ‘Polymer Plus!’
Last week we learned the history of mixed media art, this week, let’s take a look at how mass media has enabled and nurtured the mixed media community. Over the years, mass media has embraced mixed media in all its forms – altered art, collage, jewelry, assemblage, etc. Let’s dive in! Stampington & Co. Over…
Humans have been combining materials in everyday objects and art for thousands of years, but it wasn’t classified as a separate art form.
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