.... and leaves....
.... and almost any other bits and pieces...
|Out Of Time|
There are many cut and paste collagists whose work I admire, some below:
... and not least our own Aussie, JOEL LAMBETH
Joel organises a collection of collagists each year that he calls To The Power Of N where he selects a number of participants, this year 12, and provides each with the same images on paper that they must use to make their own collages.
Last year they were soooo different, but there were some bits from the provided papers that several chose. See the 2011 participants HERE.
I can do this I reckon... LOVE a challenge. Check out my own cut'n'paste collages in my portfolio on the right.
Why don't you give it a go too? Submit HERE.
Yes, I remember playing with paper dolls for hours with my younger sister and then with my own girls! Cutting and pasting the days away. Still a favourite way to pass the time. I'll check out your links.ReplyDelete
oh I love this and i'm now going to visit these,ReplyDelete
Love what you do with bits of this and that Jo...collage is something that speaks to me as does all mixed mediaReplyDelete
lots of links to visit...tootles for now
I love your work (as you know) and so appreciate your generous sharing of links to other fab artists. I checked out the request for submission to the collage challenge. What a cool idea! If you don't mind, I'll share it on my blog as well - the more people who know about it, the better, right?ReplyDelete
Beautiful work! Yes, I do remember paper dolls.
I'm going now to check out the links. Thank you for the inspiration!
Looking forward to seeing what you create. The challenge is, to me, utterly daunting. If I had a comfort zone to begin with, I'd be way OUT of it!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous artwork, love your styleReplyDelete
Really wonderful works of art!! I especially love Boolimba Bluff and Out of Time.ReplyDelete
Hi JM - I will leave the collage work to the experts and just keep mucking around with metal. Go well with the challenge. BReplyDelete
Oh gosh!! I love these collages. I am especially fond of Drought, but they are all wonderful. And they are perfect ways to use up small bits that might not find a home otherwise.ReplyDelete