In the Textural Reverence course you will receive...


  • Almost 3 hours of concentrated video content
  • 21 expertly delivered lessons
  • 12 techniques that I devised and share with you to create unique artworks
  • PDF downloads of photographs, ephemera and inspiration
  • Links to materials
  • Design tips to download


My teaching style is clear and succinct. I fully explain each technique and my thinking around it, but you won't sit through hours of chatter.

Work at your own pace to make your spirtual journal or own textural creation.

Lifelong learning with lifetime access to this course.

Download the lessons and make art wherever you choose.


"Textural Reverence" by Jane Chipp

Mixed Media Online Course

Curriculum


  Welcome to [Textural Reverence]
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  Part 1: Making backgrounds / pages
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  Part 2: Easy printing on fabrics
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  Part 3: Image transfer techniques
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  Part 4: Stitched outline designs
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  Part 5: Creating textural pages and images with a gelli plate
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  Part 6: Techniques to enhance images
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  Part 7: Constructing a journal
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In this course I will teach you...


...the techniques that I have devised to make rich, aged-looking surfaces, textures and images, including:

  • creating substrates using papers, fabrics, paint, plaster, thread... beautiful artworks start with beautiful bases
  • my secret technique for printing on delicate fabrics and scraps
  • transferring images onto textured surfaces
  • drawing and painting techniques... no drawing skills required!
  • creating rich, grungy textures
  • using plaster to create ancient-looking surfaces






The techniques that I teach in Textural Reverence can be used in so many ways as you will see below. In the course I use prayer cards as examples... but you could use any images!










Watch the videos to learn my techniques... then use them in your own textural adventure




Music: Romantic Inspiration by Rafael Krux creativecommons.org