Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Ant Eater



Ant Eater

collage on paper

4 " x 4" 08.08.06

SOLD







4 comments:

Dawbis said...

i think your bird ones are the most popular :) i know i love them!

Anthony said...

I really like what you're doing here. The $2 bill one is a favorite among the group on your front page.

Have you considered adding a Link section to your sidebar?

I have done no promotion of my site to this point; found you through a link at another site.

One of the things I feature at The Lives And Times Of Anthony McCune is The McCune Collage Gallery.

Mine is not a commercial venture, merely a sharing of samples from the 200+ posterboard size collages in my collections.

This could be a situation where we both gain exposure for our collageage. Possibly bring in some others for mutual benefit.

Did you know John Lennon was a collagist?

I'll look forward to see what you think.

Anthony said...

I really like what you're doing here. The $2 bill one is a favorite among the group on your front page.

Have you considered adding a Link section to your sidebar?

I have done no promotion of my site to this point; found you through a link at another site.

One of the things I feature at The Lives And Times Of Anthony McCune is The McCune Collage Gallery.

Mine is not a commercial venture, merely a sharing of samples from the 200+ posterboard size collages in my collections.

This could be a situation where we both gain exposure for our collageage. Possibly bring in some others for mutual benefit.

Did you know John Lennon was a collagist?

I'll look forward to see what you think.

Anonymous said...

Great work! I found your blog through Baby Smith. I check out what you do every morning now. I love your use of laser printing on vellum. I wish I had a laser printer... Maybe when tax refund time comes around again. It's a shame regular inkjet ink fades out so quickly. I don't know if black inkjet ink does this, but I'd hate to sell art that fades away.
I also checked out your website and discovered you screenprint. I did that as a living for 17 years. We didn't produce art though.
Anyway, keep up the good work!
-Burt