I loved doing this collage with pieces of music from an old music book, a scrap of paper from a walk in the neighborhood, a Ford ad, and some things Carol and I got at a garage sale. Combined with acrylic paint on gessoed masonite. There’s a shot of Carol’s great aunt when she was a child if you’ll look really close!
Size: 8″ x 10″
Price: $125 with free Priority Mail postage.
Acrylic Collage on masonite. This was really a fun collage to do. It somewhat meanders in it’s images and invokes memories from the past the longer you look at it! Made with scraps of paper, found objects and acrylic paint. I use Liquitex matte medium to bond materials to the board and then enhance the image with ink, acrylics and even scans from previous collages. I sometimes print on rice paper and then use these scraps to add to the design.
Price: $99 with Free USPS Priority Mail
I painted this little 4″x4″ gouache on ampersand watercolor panel for Carol’s birthday today. It was from memory of a trip we took to Calloway Gardens many years ago! It’s quite a challenge to paint on such a small surface but in a nice white frame it really looks great on our bookshelf!
Price: Not For Sale
This collage was made from bits and pieces of paper I had around the house or that I found walking the neighborhood. I used acrylic paint to do the layout and add color and form. Painted on Ampersand Clayboard. I did a digital print with colorfast inks on rice paper for the image of Molly, the wonderdog, and painted it in with acrylic medium. The rice paper almost dissapears leaving the image. Very cool!
5″ x 7″ acrylic on Clayboard with varnish – Free USPS Priority Mail postage.
This 8″x10″ collage is done with acrylics and tidbits of memories from family photos and little bits and pieces I picked up on my walks around the neighborhood. A scrap of paper here, a twig, a wrapper. I sometimes scan other collages I’ve done to create elements that are then fixed to the panel with acrylic medium. These are quite personal and express events and people in my life.
Price: $125 with free USPS Priority Mail postage.
I painted this barn in Loganville, Georgia in oil on canvas. It has a “homemade” frame that is 1 1/2″ deep. The painting is 3″x5″ and the frame is 4″x6″. These barns are so beautiful and are everywhere still standing and doing the job they were built for a hundred years ago!
Price: $100 with Frame and free USPS Priority Mail postage.