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Composed: collage exhibition – virtual version

My exhibition, "Composed," opened last weekend at Spark Gallery and the virtual version is now posted on my website here. A portion of the gallery is shown in the photograph above. Hope you will enjoy perusing the collages. Not yet posted to the website (but coming eventually) are 13 smaller works on paper, see group […]


Coating the collages

Ah, the glamour of art… I've had to commandeer the kitchen again with its industrial-strength exhaust fan as I varnish about 15 small works on wood for my upcoming show! Each collage gets at least three coats with a UV-resistant varnish. Here's a view down one counter… but you'll have to turn your head […]


ArtBizBlog surprise

What fun to receive Alyson Stanfield‘s ArtBiz newsletter today and discover that she’d featured a photo taken when we met recently at my Rip/Tear collage exhibition. (That’s Alyson on the left, me on the right, in front of four collages from the Time & Balance series.)

Alyson’s website, workshops, and book are great resources. […]


International Society of Assemblage and Collage Artists

Over 100 artists who work in the collage and/or assemblage mediums have joined a Ning Network website to post and discuss their work. This project was begun by Cecil Touchon in association with the International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction so that members of the museum's email group and community can share their work […]


Synthetic cubism

My website was recently added to the directory of collage artists and collage-related sites. It’s great to be included among so many amazing collage artists. This resource is worth some serious web-surfing to see the range of work being done in the collage medium.

Painter and collage artist Jonathan Talbot wrote about my […]