with Pam Anderson Sutherland
Have you ever wondered what could be made of the various ticket stubs, receipts, treasured photographs or old letters you find cluttering your drawers? How do artists elevate the ordinary to the extraordinary? This workshop will provide a brief overview of collage’s uniquely 20th-century origins, ultimately teaching students to use the principles of design to give form and meaning to their own collection of paper scraps. *Bring paper scraps and mementos to work with.
NOTE: If you took this class last time, Pam would love to work with you again if you want to continue.
PAM SUTHERLAND is an artist residing in Richmond who works in drawing, collage and installation. She has taught at Collegiate School since 1998 and was the 2009 recipient of the Theresa Pollak Prize for Fine Art given by Richmond Magazine. Foodie, Itlalophile and wordsmith, she is compelled by all acts of arrangement.