The Midwest Collage Society (MCS), founded in 2003, promotes collage as a fine art by providing exhibit opportunities and professional development activities to our 52 members.
Meetings are held at 1710 Plainfield Road, Darien IL, usually the first Sunday of the month from 12:30-2:30pm. No meetings in January and July unless otherwise posted.
Midwest Collage Society celebrates over 100 years of Collage As a Fine Art since 1912.
This workshop was presented to the Midwest Collage Society October 23rd 2011.. Looks as though they had a great time.
The whole group of wonderful creative spirits
April and Marge
Cynthia and Debra
Eve above and below
Jerri working on her first piece
Mary Ann's piece..sorry for the glare..as we had to use the polymer and the lighting and camera person(me)were competing for the best shot...
Melinda and Jerri working on their piece after a quick lunch break
Sally working away on her first piece.
Sally above and below...she was a busy beaver here...Or was it the snickers bar...either way she was truly enjoying herself and to me that's what really makes it.
Turkan deciding where it should go the paper scraps that is.
the whole group of creative spirits...
a few shots above and below of some of the works.
This workshop was set up to introduce a bit more paint in the collage process.. and some many of my student are willing souls to experiment further with the paints I decided to work in the acrylic abstract paint and using up the collage scraps we have so many of. They all were troupers enjoying the process as they went along.