Wednesday, May 31, 2006

ceste








ceste

collage on paper

4" x 4" 05.31.06

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11 comments:

Maggie said...

I luv your collages such great rt. Pleas ehave a class o sI can learn.
Thank you for visiting my blog.
Maggie

Ulla said...

Wow, what a great idea! Love the use of limited colors, pattern paper and black images! Have you sold many? Such a wonderful concept... Thanks for commenting on my blog, I really appreciate it! Hope you can use my project idea in your work somehow...
Best to you!

A COLLAGE A DAY said...

Thank you both !!

r.

Darren said...

Your collages are great, but they are very repetitious. Maybe it's time to add some variety because if if you've seen one...you've seen them all.

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A COLLAGE A DAY said...

Thanks for your comment Darren !!
By making a different collage every day the changes,stylistically, can be very subtle as the body of work evolves, but if you look at the ones that I did in March you can see that they are different from what I am doing today.

r.

cara said...

Don't change a thing about your style! I totally disagree with Darren.

AFR said...

Your collages are beautiful...

AFR said...

Your collages are beautiful!

bugheart said...

people do seem
fond of your birds!
although i think
darren's comment
warrantsreflection,
i do see evolution
in your work...
and often
one needs to work
an image or style
out in one's work
by repeating it
until it is resolved...
also a collage artist
is limited by the papers
they have access too!
i am almost done
with your paper package...
it's difficult to find
inspiring papers...
i am working on it!

A COLLAGE A DAY said...

Thanks Bugheart !!
You are so right. One does have to work through a body of work to resolve it before moving on to a new idea, hopefully picking up new things along the way.

r.

Deryn Mentock said...

I have to disagree with Darren! I love the subtle differences and nuances in your work from day to day. That's the beauty of it...each piece is unique in it's own way. I think that an artist's work can't help but change over time...even if the changes aren't immediately apparent. I'm going to have to have one of your pieces for my own soon. Now, which one...