Brushes, Hammers, Paste and Nails
What other collage sites do you visit?
I know of some but I’m wondering if there are other sites that members visit, other than peoples’ individual web sites, that is. Many of the ones listed below (and I hope I’m not duplicating someone else’s efforts) have been mentioned other places here on Collagist but I thought I’d try to get them together in one place. Of course, any comments I add are my own preceptions.
In no particular order
I am very pleased to announce that the accompanying catalog to the Strange Glue (Traditional and Avant-garde Collage) exhibition is now available at Lulu.com.
With 206 pages, a page dedicated to each of the 134 works in the show, a full essay, and exhibition documentation, this record of the…Continue
One of the books I picked up recently on a book buying mini-spree is Lenore Tawney’s Signs On The Wind -- Postcard Collages, 2002. I am familiar with her work as a fiber artist but was completely unaware of the collages. Turns out they are delightful pieces that she mailed to friends, herself, and maybe even her cats. The book format is 8 x 8 inch and as far as I can tell the postcards are presented actual size or close thereto, one…Continue
discover the 'Dictionnaire des collagistes contemporains' by PJ VARET ( France ) :
Added by THIERRY JONNAERT on September 5, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
It's wonderfully simple yet powerful how this artist makes newspapers into a canvas, creating a collage element as she paints on top of them. Well worth the visit to this article and then the link to her home page.