collage experimental

I was inspired by a random newspaper head shot of an author. I just liked the way she looked. This collage doesn’t look a bit like the photo reference, but I hope I captured the essence of a literary lady.
It was built on a 12×12 cradled board and is currently being exhibited in the Rocky Mountain Collage Society‘s member show at the Art Center in Grand Junction.
It is for sale for $375.00

September 16, 2012

Looking Ahead SOLD

I was inspired by a random newspaper head shot of an author. I just liked the way she looked. This collage doesn’t look a bit like […]
August 13, 2012

Wooden Bridge on Audubon Trail SOLD

  I created this collage painting to enter in the Riverfront Art and Photography Show celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Colorado Riverfront Project in Grand […]
July 5, 2012

Bayou

Mixed Media Collage with Oil 30″ x 40″ wrapped canvas For Sale: ¬†$1500.00 Bayou is a collage that I had done a while back to use […]
April 17, 2012

Glorious Garfield SOLD

Once again I have depicted good ol’ Mount Garfield in a collage. I decided to do a horizontal orientation this time because Garfield is really a […]
November 13, 2011

Lady Tiles-SOLD

This small piece was done for a class project to demonstrate grid composition. I used Photoshop to manipulate copies of a watercolor painting I had done […]
August 30, 2011

Bill’s Tree SOLD

My former hairdresser, Bill, had an intriguing weeping mulberry tree in his front yard. It was full of intertwined branches in the winter and full of […]
August 30, 2011

Making Peace with Circles-SOLD

This watermedia piece was done on a hand-made piece of paper. True to my style, it also has layers of collaged materials underneath. It turned into […]
July 26, 2011

Rock Face-SOLD

I just completed this mixed media collage to exhibit at the Mesa County Library in conjunction with selected pieces from the permanent collection of The Art […]
June 29, 2011

Early Morning Bird Meeting SOLD

This is the third in my series of forest collages populated by birds and done on a 10×10 inch cradled board. It was¬†featured in my show […]