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Building a tent with collage.

I have been holding very small (2-4 people) collage and still-life painting workshops in my studio on the first Tuesday and the first Thursday in each month.  Keep me in mind for the future and if those days do not suit I can do private one on one workshops.  Email me if you want to know more.

The images above are of the collage play that I tend to drift into late at night.

The still-life with pears are painted using some paint left to me by art students.  Simple but sweet I think.

The little village is a first entry into a visual diary for this year.  I am not a big fan of such things for myself but I thought I would start one and see where it takes me.  The tent was easy and a fun and fantasy thing to do.  As I have mentioned before many of these things no longer exist as it is just play and never glued down.  They may come up in a finished piece one day although it will be a totally different configuration.

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Posted by Anne Warren Art on March 2, 2016
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  1. 03/6/2016

    I really like your collage work, Anne. It’s not something I’ve tried, apart from a collagraph once, not the same thing really. I like the mouse, on another page. Pears are simply made for painting, aren’t they? Thanks for sharing.

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    • 03/9/2016

      Hi Ian, Thanks for your comment. I think you would like collage as you can just drift into it. It’s all about the assemblage. I often bring another medium into collage for different reasons. Mostly to help the viewer to see my hybrids as clearly as I do.

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