Collage Workshop with Marian Hill

Art Studio

Event cancelled

After careful consideration on the growing concerns of coronavirus (COVID-19) our tutor Marian Hill has come to the difficult decision to cancel the Collage Workshop. We apologise for any disappointment caused and will be contacting all event bookers.

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Join artist Marian Hill for a creative session experimenting with paper collage.


Using words from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge as a source of inspiration, we will explore how the medium of collage can be used to communicate narrative, mood and emotion through the use of colour, composition and juxtaposition of elements.

Programmed to accompany our current exhibition

Useful information;
– No previous collage experience is required
– Materials included
– There will be a break for lunch of approx. 40 minutes for lunch – refreshments are not included. The cafe will be open to purchase a range of food and drinks, otherwise, bring a packed lunch.

10.30am – 3pm, £22

Marian is an artist and illustrator based in Bath. Working in paper collage she manipulates fragments of paper, carefully selected for colour and texture, fitting them together to build up intricate images. Marian often goes out drawing and uses location sketches as a starting point for her collages. Her work is usually inspired by landscape, architecture, local ecology and she is currently developing a fascination with beetles.

Marian has produced collaged illustrations for numerous publishers and magazines. Her work has been printed on greeting cards, book jackets and featured on a Royal Mail postage stamp celebrating the London 2012 Paralympics. She has also worked for a number of years as a lecturer on the illustration degree at UWE Bristol.

Images courtesy of the artist