Category Archives: Workshops

October 2015

I thought you may like to read a few of the comments made by people who have been to workshops this year. 

 ” Lovely quite time just ripping paper ; Fantastic many thanks Ann “

 ” Inspirational workshop, thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon Louise “

” Thank you Fiona great group, super ideas. From your workshop came unique creations from everyone. A pleasure to share ideas, thoughts and good company ”     Lizzy

You don’t need to draw, paint to make collages, its not about making a perfect piece of work. Its time to explore and have no exceptions.

” Everyone an artists”      Joseph Beuys 

Come along with an open mind ! 24th October 11-3

Fiona 

Ripping workshops in collage Sept 2015

On Sat 24th October I will be running a workshop from 11- 3  at St Andrews Arts Center Royal Pier road  Gravesend  DA12 2BD  cost £25.  we will take a break for lunch if you wish ( bring your own lunch ) I provided magazines glue & pictures you can work from, tea & coffee. You need to bring a board or canvas to work on. The day is a relaxed one were you can spend time getting messy & go home happy ! Give me a ring or email to book a space.  07900 473043

Summer Workshops for Kids !

Yesterday 30th July 2015 I spent 3 hours with a creative bunch of kids at ‘What If Gallery’ Dartford, showing them how to Collage.

They did some great work, if you want me to do a workshop for any age,  get in touch with me.

Collage at M & C Art Group February 2015

This workshop was held at the M & C Art Group. I had a great time showing the members collage.

Capture -1This screen capture was taken from their Blog.

https://mcartgroup.wordpress.com/

 Below some of the photos of the worshop can be seen. More details and photos ca be seen on the M&C Art Group blog.

 

Testimonials from the Blog:

Fiona Ewing

March 1, 2015 at 9:33 pm

Amazing can’t believe all that beautiful work is made using collage.

Patrick Sebell

March 2, 2015 at 2:53 pm

You’ve made up a really great display Susan. This gives a much clearer idea of what was produced at the workshop and gives everyone a chance to study each work, which is not possible in the hurly burly at the end of the session. I for one would be happy to attend another workshop by Fiona sometime in the future. Love, Patrick.

Myrna

March 2, 2015 at 7:31 pm

Wow! These creations are all amazing. Wish I could have been there. I hope Fiona can do another session with M&C. Myrna x

Tracy Quarrington-Page

March 2, 2015 at 11:12 pm

I really enjoyed Fiona’s collage workshop too….it felt naughty tearing up magazines, but was very satisfying soaking the paper in glue then squidging it on the canvas….I got a bit sticky though!! It’s good to see the completed pictures, because when I wandered around at lunchtime they were only half finished.