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Combine Your Love Of Mixed Media With Photography And Printmaking, All Without A Press.
Fine Artist Sally Tyrie is ready to share her signature methods used to create her stunning works of art with you through her new online course with Fibre Arts Take Two.
Your training will begin with researching and examining areas of interest, before revealing ways of reimagining mark-making and collage from Sally’s considered and painterly approach. Use various print techniques without a press, including gelli plate, photo litho and collograph printing whilst learning to abstract visual narratives from any source of inspiration to create an ambitious body of work.
Students will feel like they are invited into Sally’s world for an intimate workshop & deep dive into her processes and techniques whilst experiencing both urban and coastal landscapes that inform and inspire her work.
All course materials, including self-paced beautifully filmed streaming videos and comprehensive resource guides, are within an easy to use member portal and yours to access and revisit at any time.
Join a worldwide community of enrolled students who come together in a private online forum and share printmaking adventures directly with Sally Tyrie. Ask questions, bounce ideas, share knowledge and benefit from this course being your resource for life!
Meet Sally Tyrie
Sally Tyrie works predominantly with printmaking, mixed media and photography, often preferring to select surface and media that makes connections with the theme and context. Method and meaning are often interconnected.
Approaches often involve deconstructing and assembling work using collage methods. In particular juxtaposing multilayered prints and drawings with machine or hand stitch as a way to examine, reinterpret and reimagine. Sally is drawn to techniques that allow ‘chance’ and ‘accident’ to adopt a more painterly and expressive approach.
Her method of working usually involves some form of initial research and investigation. For instance repeated visits to a location or historical research in a subject. It is important to Sally that visual and historical research underpin and inform the group of work. The investigative journey is as much a part of the work as the end result.
Sally is especially drawn to subjects with historical and environmental interest and looks forward to sharing her research and investigative approach to mixed media printmaking with you.