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And yet another… Salvaged Elements exhibition

Collage on flattened soapbox awaiting framing.

I’ve loved working on the ThroughLines series of collages and plan to extend that thinking to more work eventually but, for now, I’ve returned to working with ideas generated from the “Unboxed” collage series that debuted in a 2016 exhibition.

This next show is coming up fast so […]

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ThroughLines Exhibition Opening / Views

I’m loving having this series of collages on the walls at Spark Gallery… I always gain perspective on my work by standing back and studying it.

My artist statement for the ThroughLines collages:

Recurring issues can confront and confound us, occupying our thoughts. Technology distracts us with incoming stimulation. Daydreams intrude…

These collages are visual […]

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Collages at Robert Anderson Gallery + Daily Mail Catalog

One of the collages in the exhibition, 17 MAY 2013. Collage on watercolor paper, framed 12 x 9.” ©2013, Janice McDonald.

Some of the collages from my Daily Mail series are included in an exhibition of the Denver Collage Club at the Robert Anderson Gallery through May 30, 2015. The show features the work […]

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Image & Word: Art and Poetry in Conversation

Leftovers

This summer I was invited to make an artwork based on a poem, then a poet used my collage as inspiration of a new poem, and so it went: eight artists, eight poets. Artists and poets worked in anonymity, so the unveiling will be a surprise for everyone involved, including: Chuck Ceraso, Susan […]

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Stop by: opening celebrations

I’m excited to announce that my work has been juried into two exciting shows in Denver, both with opening receptions this Friday, May 2nd. I’ll be spending time at both… just not sure where I’ll be when!

One of my Daily Mail collages will be on view at RedLine’s First Annual Juried Show, “Intersections.” The […]

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Ongoing saga of the Daily Mail collages

April 1 2013, original collage by Janice McDonald.

I’ve been posting the Daily Mail collages on my Facebook art page in a one-year-later, day-by-day manner and want to put them here too. However, I’ve fallen way behind! Where has April gone?!

I’d, of course, love for you to like my Facebook page if you […]

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Spring sprouting green

View of my work surface with collage in progress.

I’ve been working on a series of collages for a 2015 exhibition where my work will be included with that of a group of contemporary botanical artists. My work surface is predominantly green these days, very spring-y!

 

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More from the Daily Mail collage series

Another week’s worth of collages from my Overlooked Artifacts exhibition, made from mail received one year ago this past week. Each is an original collage on paper, 7.5 x 5.5,” framed in black metal frame 12 x 9,” with UV resistant glass and archival mat. ©2013.

March 25 2013, original collage by Janice McDonald.

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More daily mail collages…

Another week’s worth of collages from my Overlooked Artifacts exhibition, made from mail received one year ago this week. Each is an original collage on paper, 7.5 x 5.5,” framed in black metal frame 12 x 9,” with UV resistant glass and archival mat. ©2013. I’d be happy to ship you one if it speaks […]

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Keeping things glued together…

Janice McDonald with collages from her fall 2013 exhibition, “Overlooked Artifacts,” at Spark Gallery in Denver, Colorado.

The latest issue of my studio newsletter went out this week. You can read it here or, to receive it directly every other month via email, please subscribe by leaving your email in box at left.

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