Cut, Pattern and Mosaic with Paper

Image Credit: Jessica Palmer

The Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street, Bath BA2 4DB

01225 388569
enquiries@holburne.org
http://www.holburne.org/events/cut-pattern-and-mosaic-with-paper/?instance_id=11104

Saturday 13 January 2018
10.30am to 4.30pm
Opening Hours: 10am to 5pm (11am to 5pm Sunday and Bank holidays). Closed 24 to 26 December and 1 January)
Admission Fee: £50
Booking essential
http://www.holburne.org/events/cut-pattern-and-mosaic-with-paper/?instance_id=11104

Discover some of the most visually striking elements of the Op Art movement with illustrator Jessica Palmer, and create your own work of art using specialist papercutting and collage techniques. In this full-day workshop, students will visit the temporary exhibition, Seurat to Riley: The Art of Perception, before experimenting with paper cutting and collaging paper fragments -including vintage maps and text - to craft images inspired by the exhibits. Suitable for the expert or the absolute beginner.

Jessica Palmer is a British illustrator and artist with a passion for drawing with either ink or a knife! She is author of several internationally successful books, including the best-selling Tangle Wood, and the acclaimed The Art of Papercutting. She is the in-house illustrator for English Heritage. Jessica exhibits widely and has created paper artworks and installations for many international organisations. www.jessicapalmerart.com

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