Monday, 16 July 2012

Inspiring Images Requirements List

On September 29th Annette Emms is coming to the Birmingham branch to lead an Image Transfer Day School. After her marvellous gargoyles, ghosts and gravestones session last month, places on the dayschool filled up fast, however some spaces may still be available. If you'd like to book onto the session, please email, or see Margaret Richards at a session.

And now, onto the workshop information:

Inspiring Images

During this workshop you will learn lots of exciting ways to transfer image and text onto fabric or paper
We won’t be using nasty chemicals, just ordinary things like emulsion paint, cling film and a hot iron!
At the end of the day we will have a small  book containing samples of the different techniques.

Please bring with you ….

 Small notebook for samples(A5)
 ½ yard plain calico, to work your samples on. Kitchen paper
 Some decorated papers if you have them, or plain brown wrapping paper.
 An Apron, Paint brushes, 2 or 3 colours of acrylic paint. Palette or old plate.
 Good quality cling film, 1” wide sellotape, baby wipes. Large jam jar.
 Tester pot of good quality emulsion paint (i.e.Crown or Dulux) in cream/white
 A selection of photocopied images done on a toner machine (i.e. not ink jet)
             NB. Don’t forget to reverse any text
 A few small magazine pictures, One or two photographs (Not your originals please!)These can be ink jet prints on ordinary paper.
 A roller (sometimes called a ‘brayer’) or a large metal spoon.
 Glue stick, Water sprayer
 Small sewing kit and a couple of hand embroidery threads.

You could also bring some Mat Gel medium (available from Art Van Go) if you have it, but I’m sure we can share!

Please get in touch if you have any questions.
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If you would like to email any queries, there is a contact form on Annette's website.

Hope to see you at the session!

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