Students will love creating whimsical winter characters that can be given their own personality and style. Using tissue paper and liquid medium, students sculpt/create fun, 3D works of art. This project is especially great for the holiday season but is suitable all winter long. This technique can be used to create artwork with many other themes, such as spring/flowers, animals, and more. Contact Cass to discuss other themes or to see finished examples of the Snowfolk artwork.
|Maximum Class Size||Class size|
|Time Required||1-11/2 hrs|
|Material Required||Various colours of tissue paper, acrylic liquid medium or mod podge, small canvas boards, paintbrushes, acrylic craft paint, fine silver glitter, scissors, paper towels, and water containers Material Cost: Artist will bring in all of the supplies and invoice the school at cost.|
|Material Cost||Supplies will be $1.50/student.|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Communities||All Communities (depending on scheduling)|
|Availability||September - June|
Cathleen (aka Cass) is an artist and graphic designer from northern Canada. She grew up in Whitehorse, Yukon and then moved down to B.C. for several years where she studied illustration and design at Capilano University (North Vancouver). Since receiving her diploma she’s moved back to her hometown, happily creating artwork and doing freelance design work. Cass's paintings have a graphic look and strong design sense. Her preferred medium is acrylics, and she will sometimes incorporate mixed media and collage into her works. Cass’s most recent paintings are a series of night skies and constellations, created with watercolour and ink. You can see more of Cass's work by visiting her website, Etsy shop or Facebook page.