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Brushes, Hammers, Paste and Nails
Ken was just thinking about it.Robert did it.They talked.So with Robert’s tablescrap as the impetus, we (Robert and Ken) invite you to make a collage using whatever is on your workspace right now –…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ginnie Gardiner Dec 27, 2013.
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Back in March I sent a piece to a mail art show in the Netherlands. I liked that piece, which was titled "Self Mailer: Address Unknown," so much that I decided to try to recreate, re-capture it in some way. Didn't turn out exactly like I intended. This group of photos shows steps along the way -- gluing, scraping, rearranging, scraping, sanding, glazing and on and on. In the top left corner is the original mail art piece. In the bottom right corner is the final…Continue
Posted on October 6, 2012 at 7:30am — 2 Comments
The abstract comics blog has a reference to Warja Lavater's book of pictograms. Not collage, but it seems to me there is a collage-like feeling to many of them. The book contains pictographic stores she made from the mid-1970s to the mid-90s. A few sample pages can be seen here: http://www.nieves.ch/catalogue/warjainside.html
Posted on October 3, 2012 at 6:59am
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
Posted on September 18, 2012 at 2:00am — 4 Comments
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Pleasure to meet you, Ken. You can take the man out of the mountains, but you can't take the mountaineer out of the man!
Thanks so much Ken! You may have seen Navigator. I find a bunch of my stuff floating around the internet. It's always been one of my faves. Thanks for the welcome. I hope to find much time to devote to the site.
Thanks for the welcome! I am going to have fun exploring the site I think..
All of the lines in "Myth" are stitched. I do not draw or paint in the traditional sense on the surface.
Thanks for your interest!
Thanks Ken for your Words
if you like to see my collages you are invited
Yes, I am planning on doing a Lulu publication......120 artists!
Hi Ken. Thank you for the friendship here. I appreciate your work and a serious approach to collage. True art.
Beautiful pieces Ken, and love the note book!
I haven't tried that, but will investigate. It probably works just the same. The silicone sounds right anyway. I should say that even though the release paper is designed to not stick, sometime things do adhere to it. But if that happens, I just re-heat and then twist the release paper off and that usually works.