Added by allison anne on September 15, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments
Just finished another little artistbook "age marks" . The stained,waxed pages were made by Trace Willans a little while ago and I have been slowly transforming the pages according to the messages already there in the stains. There are more images on my websiteif you are interested.…Continue
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As promised, I will post a few more drawings that were stimulated by a response from Mim a few weeks back. This cover for "facing "was a recycled linocut from another project mounted on Kraft paper like the rest of the little bookbook.…Continue
Just wanted to give a shout out to Dean Marks, Mim Scalin and Angie Cope for the recent mail art found in my box. Not a lot of time these days to post blogs here, so I'm…Continue
Sadly I still haven't had some time to make for personal work even postcrossing is on hold. But there is what Vizma Brun sent me. A lovely mixed media envelope with some goodies inside. She left me a wonderful note, I've sent something to her 2 weeks ago. Royal Mail are so stupid they sent me back an mail which was suppose to be USA, luckily the stamp is unfranked and it was hasn't been returned to me. I hope all my mail arrive okay.…Continue
Look at these here:
Bigger and better collages than I`m used to making!
These were done in preparation for an exchange/collaboration with Hugh Brisman (http://wearefuxus.blogspot.ca/) who is a sticker artist from America. It's uncommon for me to work so large, but I got into it, and I love it. I can thank Hugh for forcing me to push my boundries.
Here's a few collages I made, excluding the ones I am sedning to Hugh, as I don't…Continue
Added by liketelevisionsnow on June 10, 2012 at 3:05pm — No Comments
The weekend found me celebrating Mother's Day with a 48 hour ART-MAKING MARATHON! I was in my element and in the zone! Nothing makes me happier than cloistering myself away with my imagination and my supplies! In that light, I was quite productive. One piece born of this marathon was intended for the Mutter Museum's Skull Appreciation Day exhibit. Many others like it are in various stages. I used a process that I call "Ghost Printing" to achieve the desired effect. Would love to hear from…Continue
30 birds have flown, 20 more need places to visit.
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Today, I received a fantastic -- albeit mysterious -- submission for the 12-12-12- End of the World Project. On the frontside of the card, there's a great image as you can see... on the backside, a great flash story! If the person who sent this feels comfortable enough to contact me, please do…Continue
Today, I received from Rosanna Veronesi of Italy a mixed media collage for the 12-12-12 End of the World Project.
It doesn't look like she's an IUOMA member... if anyone knows how I might get in touch with her on the web so that I can provide a link with her work, I'd appreciate it if you'd let me know.
In the spring of 2011, I received a collage template on plain letter-sized printer paper from the artist Oh Boy! The instructions with the template were straightforward: add images and text to the collage and send it on to John Evans at the address printed on the template. What follows on these pages are the…Continue
Added by liketelevisionsnow on July 19, 2011 at 12:38am — No Comments
Two collages from Eduardo Cardoso of Portugal. Paper, 81/2 x 11.…Continue
Welcome to all of the recent new IUOMA members!
Depending on your individual interests, I'd like to invite you to participate in the 12-12-12 End of the World Group Project. You will find it listed in the "Groups" section of the site, and you can see all of the great work we've received so far at the End of the World Project Blog!
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