Creative Collage Workshop - Sunday 12th February

Creative Collage Workshop - Sunday 12th February

Join Us for a crafty afternoon of cut and paste at Mystik River Gallery!

Guided by artist Christina Darras, you will learn the creative process behind producing a collage. Learn the technique and craft your own inspired masterpiece in a fun and experimental space.

Over the course of 2 hours you will be transported into a creative flow made available to you by the fun and can-not-go-wrong art form of collage making, with no previous artistic experience required. Christina’s art is playful, colourful and detailed, making her the ideal teacher for you to learn this exciting new skill form.

Allow the shapes and colours to take you on a journey, you might surprise yourself with what you create!

(All materials will be provided, but feel free to bring along any special paper cuttings you may desire to include.)


About the Artist

Christina Darras is an interdisciplinary artist and a jewellery designer of Athenian Greek origin, currently residing and working from Melbourne. Christina works with many mediums, including drawing, painting, installations, and embroidery. She enjoys making with her hands, and considers making her thinking process. She is addicted to colour (having fallen into a fountain of colour as a toddler and swallowed lots of rainbow water, colour is in her DNA), which is excitingly apparent in her creations.

She has studied drawing and painting at Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France and printmaking at Central St Martins College of Art and Design in London, UK. In Athens, she is represented by Genesis Gallery and has worked with the Benaki Museum for the past 17 years, covering an area from ancient to contemporary art and culture. Christina has also sold her jewellery to Harvey Nichols London, Barney’s New York, and Collette in Paris. In Melbourne, she has collaborated with Crafts Victoria, Boom Gallery, Wangaratta Regional Gallery, Kiitos Living by design, and Kingston Arts, showing artwork and jewellery. She has recently completed a master in contemporary art at Victoria College of Arts.

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