A Spot of Tea in Long Beach

My last class in Long Beach was Tea & Ephemera, where everyone works with drawing and painting on tea bags, collaging; printed abaca paper, decorative art papers, napkins and old garment patterns, bits of text from books and foreign newspapers and iron on ink jet transfers made with TAP. Then another layer of visual texture is added with rubber stamps and oil sticks with stencils.

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It’s a great opportunity to try out a lot of different mixed media techniques.

5 Responses to “A Spot of Tea in Long Beach”

  1. cindy shake says:

    Wonderfully rich colors and textures! how fun!

  2. Monica says:

    Love everything. Wish you were closer.

  3. 2ne says:

    Thanks for showing us – lovely work.

  4. What a lot of fun this is! Love it! Patsy from
    HeARTworks

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