Creative Catalyst Productions - VIDEO DOWNLOAD: Watermedia Collage Workshop with Carrie Burns Brown

VIDEO DOWNLOAD: Watermedia Collage Workshop with Carrie Burns Brown


Artist: Carrie Burns Brown
Producer: Creative Catalyst Productions
SKU: CB1vdl
Runtime: 120 min

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Carrie Burns Brown, NWS brings your collages to a new level. Learn to make your own richly textured papers and personalized stamps, plus develop your own rainbow array of light-safe papers.


Carrie Burns Brown shows you how to sandwich fibers and combine and alter pre-existing materials to make them more personal, satisfying and unique. You learn how to use color harmonies and simple design structure to strengthen your work. Carrie Burns Brown is an inspiration. You wont want to wait to get started!


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Read a DVD review by Adele Greenfield HERE


THANKS, MUCH! I stayed up last night till 1:30 a.m. watching the Carrie Burns Brown, "Water Media Collage Workshop." and it's the third time I've watched it. Even though I've been working for some time with most of the materials that Carrie uses, just watching her techniques and listening to her advice is a bargain. And, I get to do so in my own home whenever I feel like it. I love her DVD and am grateful to CCP for your growing stock of workshops to choose from.
- Mimi V. – Washington DC -

I am so inspired! I just watched the video by Carrie Burns Brown. It was wonderful! SO full of ideas it was like taking a week long class from her. I am so inspired! I will never buy colored paper for my collages again. Bravo to your filming crew!
- Sojna W. - unspecified -

This workshop provides so much inspiration. Chock full of information!! Worth every penny!!! Thank you!- Teresa 8/28/2015 -

BONUS CLIP: Textured Papers

In this clip from her DVD, Water Media Collage Workshop, mixed media artist Carrie Burns Brown creates handmade, textured papers using coffee grounds, string, and acrylic medium. Carrie shows you how to tint and seal these striking, three-dimensional collage elements and shares examples of variations on the string technique.



Carrie Burns Brown's one-of-a-kind art collages are born of her love of making her own richly textured materials. She incorporates everyday items like coffee grounds, newspapers, and light bulb cartons to add depth and variety to her art. In this workshop, Carrie shows you every step in creating her water media collage, from staining paper to making her own stamps.

She begins by creating an array of decorative papers. You'll learn to enhance tissue paper and rice paper with stains, gesso, string, and metallic paint. Carrie creates patterns with custom-made stamps and adds character to the paper with her well-worn brayer. She even turns an ordinary light bulb carton into an elegant design.

Carrie offers both artistic and practical tips on making your own materials. She shares her techniques for staining, painting, and drying beautiful papers without making a mess in your studio.

As she prepares for the final collage, Carrie offers methods for effective and archival combination of materials. She discusses light-safe papers, quality of store-bought materials, and long-lasting pigments. You'll discover how to use gloss medium as an adhesive and as an aesthetic enhancer and even how to incorporate Elmer's glue in your work without sacrificing long-term survivability.

You'll follow Carrie's design process as she begins with a simple grid and modifies it into an elegant collage. Along the way she demonstrates techniques for creating textures, edges, and patterns. She unlocks the mystery of abstract composition, teaching you to follow your instincts and pay attention to detail.

You'll see Carrie test, combine, and modify her array of patterns and papers until each corner of her collage feels unified and complete. By the end of the workshop you'll have the toolsto create unique and vibrant abstract compositions. To enrich your art with custom materials and layered design, join Carrie Burns Brown in Water Media Collage.