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Meet Cordula Kagemann

My art reflects my life in an abstract way and is my way of expressing what I am not able to vocalize.

Living in an old house in the countryside for the past thirteen years has influenced my art. Being surrounded by nature and observing its constant change has shifted the focus of my art making toward exploring the themes of time and transience.

I create my work in solitude and lose myself completely in the process letting the image find its path and just let the magic happen. I am fascinated by the materiality of papers and of the possibilities and textures that develop in the process of creating.

Using my own experiences and sometimes my own photos as a starting point I aim to bring the image into universalization by abstraction. The images symbolize the process of life, the gathering of experiences and impressions, the ageing, the remembering and forgetting as well as everything cyclic in nature that is often represented by the use of the shape of the circle in my work.

I look forward to sharing my process and techniques with you in my signature online class Process & Possibilities.

What Is The Process & Possibilities Course?

Process & Possibilities is an online course designed to keep you connected to your art practice, finding solutions with papers, paint and textiles.

Step back in time as Cordula Kagemann, takes you behind the scenes, into her 300-year-old farmhouse in Germany, to learn her signature process that has continued to sustain her art practice for over 15 years. This is a special opportunity to be guided methodically through the processes and techniques that have made Cordula one of Europe’s most recognisable abstract collage artists.

Cordula’s gentle tuition will open up a world of possibilities. Armed with a new approach, you’ll move forward with confidence knowing how to create a coherent body of artwork you are proud to share.

All course materials, including streaming videos, actionable tasks and downloadable resource guides are within an easy to use member portal with lifetime access.

You’ll be able to ask questions, get feedback and solve the puzzle of collage as you connect directly with Cordula and fellow Process & Possibilities students through a private online community, including live Q&A’s.
Collage on canvas with white abstract shapes and tress

You'll Learn How To....

  • Unify Your Mixed Media Artwork

    By learning how to abstract the everyday influences of your life together with the endless possibilities of working with transparent papers and paint, through the process itself, your work will become visually unified and layered with meaning.

  • Move Through Creative Blocks

    Stay connected to your artwork by learning several unassuming almost meditative ways for preparing materials in advance. Taking the pressure off feeling like you need to create a masterpiece every time you head into the studio whilst ensuring you're prepared when inspiration strikes!

  • Create A Coherent Body Of Work

    Working on a series of canvases from beginning to completion, you’ll learn Cordula's signature techniques and processes finding the rhythm, resources and ideas for continuation in your artistic practice to create a coherent body of work that is uniquely yours.

"Anyone serious to find out more about collage will find what they are looking for here and will be happy in the truest sense of the word!"

Kirsten Behme-Priebsch, Freelance Artist

Staying Connected

When life is feeling heavy and dark it shouldn't leave you feeling disconnected from your art. But it often does…if you don’t grasp the importance of daily creative rituals.

Through a multitude of exercises including small image composition studies, creating bespoke collage material and abstract paper cuts , you will explore different ways to stay connected to your artwork and move through creative blocks finding solutions with papers, paint and textiles ensuring you're prepared when inspiration strikes!
White cut out circles and abstract shapes on a steel blue background.

Layered With Meaning

Described as delicate, expressive and authentic, Cordula’s abstract collages often use circles and stylised shapes not only as a design element but a window into her soul.

Working biographically, Cordula will show you how to turn your own everyday life experiences into meaningful abstract collage pieces to express a personal story that you’ll be proud to share.
Textured Collage with Stitch

"Cordula's workshops offer an insight into the exciting process of creating artwork.

In addition to various artistic techniques, knowledge of image structure and design is imparted - almost incidentally. And everything with wonderful calm and serenity.“

Christine Vogel, Germany

"I had the amazing privilege of being in two classes given by Cordula Kagemann which I can say has transformed my art practice."

Nonie Sutcliffe, Textile and Mixed Media Artist

This Course Is For You If...

  • You want to find ways to move through creative blocks and expand your creative practice

  • You aspire to turn your own everyday life experiences into meaningful abstract collage artworks

  • You want to learn new techniques that you can adapt and take further in your unique way

  • You need to find a sustainable artistic process that provides a continuation of art-making long after you finish this course

  • You want to see behind the scenes of an accomplished artist and network with a group of likeminded people

  • You want to move forward with confidence knowing how to unify your artwork to produce a meaningful body of work you’ll be proud to share!

“Cordula is not only a remarkable artist but also a great teacher.

In addition to her passing on her great knowledge of material, techniques and design to the participant’s with practical instructions, she provides extensive literature and reference lists for materials.

She has the right address for everyone, regardless of whether they are beginners or experienced artists.”

Christine Hein, Germany