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winter collage with torn papers, tonal black and white strips creating an effective pattern and textural art for further exploration for design ideas

collage and mono print the different texture and colour background

collage and mono print the different texture and colour background Picking key colours from landscape for collage background

mixed media

background: colored map strips spaced apart on top of text, copy, then print BW photo image on copied page Interesting background texture idea.

This is neat. One of the  art teachers I worked with had her students make self portraits and used newspaper for value. This would have been a great example to show them the potential for that project.

Florian Nicolle is a French graphic designer who has produced a collection of beautiful mixed media illustrations: a combination of dripped paint, newspaper overlays, line drawings and washes of tone.

Painting on Grounds: Inventive uses of Media for Painting Students (Part 2)

Painting on Grounds: Inventive uses of media for Art students

Painting on Grounds: Inventive uses of Media for Painting Students (Part painting on newspaper - a level art

Original Mixed Media Collage Art Ink Drawing Painting Ballerina Modern Abstract

Original Mixed Media Collage Art Ink Drawing Painting Ballerina Modern Abstract

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Brian Hubble born Newport News Virginia 1978 is an American artist He received a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2001 and attended The Illus

German artist Evol creates multi-layered stencil paintings of cityscapes and urban environments on found cardboard. The artist carefully selects materials with a weathered appearance to use as his canvases incorporating torn edges, dents, tape fragments, box markings and exposed corrugated textures. Evol explains, “clean surfaces don’t speak to me, so recording these marks is a process of visually remembering the charm of a place that will soon be painted over.”

January 2015 German artist Evol creates multi-layered stencil paintings of cityscapes and urban environments on found cardboard.

painting with cardboard

Beyond the Brush: Inventive Use of Media for Painting Students

Cardboard can be used to achieve flat hard-edged areas of colour, or to apply paint to the raised up portions of a textured area (as illustrated in the left artwork by Mike Bernard).

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