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Joel Morrison Last Updated: 08/11/12
I re-appropriate peoples trash into collages that speak both of the detritus of our modern age and about their identity as viewed through the lens of their waste.
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Cyrilla Mozenter Last Updated: 02/21/15
My work is symbolic language. I make large banner-like wall pieces, freestanding constructions and collage-drawings of industrial wool felt and paper in which polar bears make frequent appearances.
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Sarah Nicole Phillips Last Updated: 03/17/16
Sarah Nicole Phillips is a Brooklyn-based, Toronto-born visual artist who primarily creates works on paper.
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Margaret Noel Last Updated: 02/09/18
My recent body of work uses cut paper layered with soot and encaustic to trace the gradual reconstruction of a city after a natural disaster. These salvaged materials are reassembled into forms that are both timeless and transient.
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Alex A Callender Last Updated: 07/13/10
I make work that tries to reflect the complex relationship that humans have to nature, both perilous and beautiful, and contradictory as we struggle to see ourselves as animals who have a tenuous relationship to life as do all animals.
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Lorraine Nam Last Updated: 10/23/12
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Songyi Kim Last Updated: 10/30/19
I like to work with discarded materials and objects that inspire me to respond to their mysterious history.
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Heather L Barone Last Updated: 08/12/10
The imagery used within my work represents the objects themselves, but also transcends into the realm of symbol and metaphor.
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Hannah J Mishin Last Updated: 08/17/10
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Lael Marshall Last Updated: 12/09/13
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Takuji Hamanaka Last Updated: 09/08/10
These are works combine woodblock and collage using very thin paper. All the shapes are made by layering cut paper repeatedly.
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Joell Baxter Last Updated: 05/23/14
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Gitana The Creative Diva Last Updated: 08/09/16
I am currently concentrating on paper crafts with an emphasis on card making but I am certainly not limited to it. You can see some of my work on my blog. Also look for the links to my Photobucket album to see more of my work.
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Joan Grubin Last Updated: 06/30/11
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Julia Colavita Last Updated: 10/31/11
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James Lipovac Last Updated: 09/08/16
Imagine if you didn't know a cup was something you drank out of, or that you didn't know that pencil was for writing words. I approach painting with this curiosity and wonder.
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Harriet Feigenbaum Last Updated: 05/21/14
My work, both indoors and out, continues to be motivated by environmental sources, related conditions and personal experience.
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Eb Craig Last Updated: 10/29/14
My art pieces have color and sparkle and are made primarily of glitter. There are some art pieces made from recycled materials like cereal boxes that I call mini rooms
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Mayuko Fujino Last Updated: 12/07/17
Combining the traditional method of paper cut-out and contemporary collage style
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Brenda Colling Last Updated: 06/17/13
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