Mixed Media Collage

18″ x 18″ on cradled board

$500.00

I did this collage in response to the theme of the Rocky Mountain Collage Society’s Biennial Exhibit at the Art Center in June 2018.  The theme was Within and Without.    My husband had taken a spectacular photo of me standing in front of the Strasbourg Cathedral facade last November.  It was pouring rain and I was huddling under an umbrella.  I used bits and pieces of printed out images of the cathedral and put myself in an arch.

June 5, 2018

Gimme Shelter 1

Mixed Media Collage 18″ x 18″ on cradled board $500.00 I did this collage in response to the theme of the Rocky Mountain Collage Society’s Biennial […]
October 13, 2017

Elephant Memory Forest

Mixed Media Collage on Cradled Board 48″x 32″ $3500.00 This is the companion piece to Elephant Clearing Forest  
June 29, 2017

Time Is A River

mixed watermedia on Yupo paper 23″ x 20″ $1500.00 I discovered a new process with this abstract, purely by accident.  I began working on a demonstration […]
May 30, 2017

And The One Dreams

Collage Triptych on 3 cradled boards 8″ x 24″ $600.00 This triptych began on one small board as a text collage demo in my mixed media […]
April 28, 2017

LilyPad Bayou

collage on watercolor paper 22″ x 29″ $1200.00 This began as an image transfer demonstration in my winter mixed media class at the Art Center.  I […]
February 3, 2017

Making Peace With Winter

Mixed Media Collage with Image Transfers on panel 18″ x 18″ $500.00 This panel is my entry to the Mesa County Library Exhibit entitled “Peace by […]
January 9, 2017

Interior Logic.Red

collage on cradled panel 30″ x 12″ $600.00 This happened to be the first in my series of Interiors.  I started out with the background windows […]
November 14, 2016

Flower Mania

mixed media collage with transfer images 23″ x 18″ $650.00 matted and framed This piece of art began as a demonstration of transfer techniques in my […]
November 14, 2016

Witchy Tree

collage on cradled board 16″ x 20″ $600.00 This piece began as a demonstration of transfer techniques in my Fall mixed media class.  It quickly developed […]