Monochrome inspired by Joy Gerrard

Start collecting your paper scraps and junk mail! For this GTG Workshop, we are taking inspiration from artist Joy Gerrard‘s exhibition ‘Put It to the People’.

Gallery Assistant Katharine Paisley shows you how to recycle scraps and paper from around the house to create your very own monochrome cityscape collage. 

What you will need:

  • Card or paper (black, grey or white)
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Black marker
  • Old newspapers, magazines,  posters,  flyers, leaflets, junk mail (any card/paper/packaging that is going to recycling)

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