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Paper Collage assemblages from painted offcuts.

I saw some lovely brush strokes in my offcuts and as I use lovely Arches or Fabriano paper they looked too good to discard so I assembled these little sculptures.  I know I know I need to go bigger but these things are unplanned and work for that reason alone.  I hope you agree.

The kangaroo is in Easey Street Collingwood (not by me sorry don’t know the artist) and the Two Tough Bunnies are by me and are at Incub8er in Smith Street Collingwood (for sale).

Posted by Anne Warren Art on March 29, 2017
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  1. 03/29/2017

    I like the size. There is an intimacy and experimentation when they are small like sketches, models for architecture or samples

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    • 04/9/2017

      Hi Anne, Glad you like them and I do like to work small however I may have to look at larger works for an exhibition soon.

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  2. 03/29/2017

    P.S they are gorgeoud

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