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Bruno Mezic, Linda Slasberg, Marybeth Drake, Wiola Anyz, Richard Hinger, Gregory Liffick, Richard Thomson offering original Assemblage artworks.


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Bruno Mezic: 'Tiny', 2008 Assemblage, Ecological.
, 2008
Ecological - Assemblage
29 x 14 cm (11.4 x 5.5 inches)
Bruno Mezic: 'Platy', 2008 Assemblage, Ecological.
, 2008
Ecological - Assemblage
16 x 29 cm (6.3 x 11.4 inches)
Bruno Mezic: 'Sharp', 2008 Assemblage, Ecological.
, 2008
Ecological - Assemblage
41 x 19 inches (104.1 x 48.3 cm)
Bruno Mezic: 'Bluey', 2009 Assemblage, Ecological.  I enjoy and suffer when I am walking on the beach watching and collected all those pieces spitted from the sea and after when I create something of it.Picking up those pieces I just can imagine who throw it away and also in which situations.Playing with and observing...
, 2009
Ecological - Assemblage
30 x 30 cm (11.8 x 11.8 inches)
Linda Slasberg: 'Sunken Treasure ', 2009 Assemblage, Marine.  Treasure on the seabed.Materials used: sea shells, crystal, glass beads, artist acrylics, produce netting. ...
Marine - Assemblage
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)
Marybeth Drake: 'VooDoo Fred', 2009 Assemblage, Fantasy.  Voodoo Fred can sit on your desk to give you a smile when someone annoys you! He is soft- sculpture/ doll who looks like something from Beetlejuice! One of a kind.His hands are molded of Paperclay.( not a toy) ...
Fantasy - Assemblage
3 x 13 inches (7.6 x 33.0 cm)
Marybeth Drake: 'Servants of Oya The Shopper', 2009 Assemblage, Fantasy.  The Shopper is from a tribe of very small African people who serve the goddess Oya. Since Oya is such a demanding goddess, the shopper is in charge of shopping for daily offerings. Totally hand sewn. All recycled or previously used materials. The basket/ tray she is mounted on is...
Fantasy - Assemblage
14 x 14 inches (35.6 x 35.6 cm)
Marybeth Drake: 'Crunchbird', 2007 Assemblage, Outsider.  Meet the Crunchbird! He's a wacky, scary but cute fishy looking bird critter sculpture with dangerous teeth!He is firmly mounted on a 10
, 2007
Outsider - Assemblage
16 x 23 inches (40.6 x 58.4 cm)
Wiola Anyz: 'assemblage8', 2009 Assemblage, Abstract.
Abstract - Assemblage
50 x 50 inches (127.0 x 127.0 cm)
Wiola Anyz: 'assemblage7', 2009 Assemblage, Abstract.
Abstract - Assemblage
50 x 50 inches (127.0 x 127.0 cm)
Wiola Anyz: 'assemblage6', 2009 Assemblage, Abstract.
Abstract - Assemblage
50 x 50 inches (127.0 x 127.0 cm)
Wiola Anyz: 'assemblage5', 2009 Assemblage, Abstract.
Abstract - Assemblage
120 x 80 inches (304.8 x 203.2 cm)
Wiola Anyz: 'assemblage4', 2009 Assemblage, Abstract.
Abstract - Assemblage
80 x 80 inches (203.2 x 203.2 cm)
Wiola Anyz: 'assemblage3', 2009 Assemblage, Abstract.
Abstract - Assemblage
80 x 80 inches (203.2 x 203.2 cm)
Wiola Anyz: 'assemblage 2', 2009 Assemblage, Abstract.
Abstract - Assemblage
80 x 80 inches (203.2 x 203.2 cm)
Wiola Anyz: 'assemblage1', 2009 Assemblage, Abstract.
Abstract - Assemblage
80 x 80 inches (203.2 x 203.2 cm)
Richard Hinger: 'All In the Dumpster', 1995 Assemblage, Abstract Figurative.  From Talkinn Trash series. ...
Abstract Figurative - Assemblage
75 x 90 inches (190.5 x 228.6 cm)
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Richard Hinger: 'Pump U Up', 1999 Assemblage, Abstract Figurative.  From ShopAround series. ...
, 1999
Abstract Figurative - Assemblage
103 x 35 inches (261.6 x 88.9 cm)
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Gregory Liffick: 'suffer the little children', 2003 Assemblage, Political.  Ink on wood, canvas, paper and glass.  ...
Political - Assemblage
24 x 12 inches (61.0 x 30.5 cm)
Gregory Liffick: 'nose piece', 2008 Assemblage, Humor.  Ink and spray enamel on wood.  ...
, 2008
Humor - Assemblage
11.5 x 11.5 inches (29.2 x 29.2 cm)
Gregory Liffick: 'flying circus', 2007 Assemblage, Flight.  Ink and spray enamel on wood. ...
Flight - Assemblage
16.5 x 18 inches (41.9 x 45.7 cm)
Richard Thomson: 'god box', 2008 Assemblage, Religious.  assemblage ...
, 2008
Religious - Assemblage
7 x 9 inches (17.8 x 22.9 cm)
Richard Thomson: 'God Machine ', 2008 Assemblage, Religious.  once lost, now found wood wire glue and paint  ...
Religious - Assemblage
6 x 9 inches (15.2 x 22.9 cm)
Richard Thomson: 'daminato memoriae', 2007 Assemblage, Abstract Figurative.  oil on canvas encased in mixed media assemblage. tribute to all the truly crazy women i have known ...
Abstract Figurative - Assemblage
4.5 x 21 inches (11.4 x 53.3 cm)
Richard Thomson: 'Deus ex machina deluxe', 2008 Assemblage, Religious.  switch it on and the seven deadly sins are the power that feeds the myth til the cycle ends. wood bone and coin supply the sinergy ...
Religious - Assemblage
7 x 11 inches (17.8 x 27.9 cm)
Richard Thomson: 'Deus ex machina primo', 2008 Assemblage, Religious.  brilliant golds hide the darkness beneath the surface. men diddle as the wheel comes to a halt. batteries light the angel within ...
Religious - Assemblage
12 x 26 inches (30.5 x 66.0 cm)
Richard Thomson: 'A lovers complaint', 2007 Assemblage, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Assemblage
9 x 22 inches (22.9 x 55.9 cm)
Richard Thomson: 'Deus ex machina', 2007 Assemblage, Abstract.
Abstract - Assemblage
10.5 x 22 inches (26.7 x 55.9 cm)
Richard Thomson: 'Heavens Gate', 2007 Assemblage, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Assemblage
10 x 24 inches (25.4 x 61.0 cm)
Greg Gierlowski: 'Cristal Silence Lamp', 2005 Assemblage, Abstract.  Shade of hand- hewed cristals joined with Tiffany method. Title and colorlessnes to underline importance of silent pauses between notes in music, that in fact create the best values of music, at least of same importance than notes themselve, if not greater. Real clarinet as a base. ...
Abstract - Assemblage
32 x 66 cm (12.6 x 26.0 inches)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Bruno Mezic - Junk Fleet (Word History: The word junk is an example of the change in meaning known as generalization, and very aptly too, since the amount of junk in the world seems to be generalizing and proliferating rapidly. The Middle English word jonk, ancestor of junk, originally had a very specific meaning restricted to nautical terminology. First recorded in 1353, the word meant "an old cable or rope." On a sailing ship it made little sense to throw away useful material since considerable time might pass before one could get new supplies. Old cable was used in a variety of ways, for example, to make fenders, that is, material hung over the side of the ship to protect it from scraping other ships or wharves. Junk came to refer to this old cable as well. The big leap in meaning taken by the word seems to have occurred when junk was applied to discarded but useful material in general. This extension may also have taken place in a nautical context, for the earliest, more generalized use of junk is found in the compound junk shop, referring to a store where old materials from ships were sold. Junk has gone on to ...

Marybeth Drake - I make my art from dreams( including daydreams),wordplay,and visions. I prefer 3-dimensional assemblage pieces and collect man-made and natural materials, junk, and even furniture everywhere I go. I like making art from recylced and cast off items. I am a true pack rat. Recently I picked up an old skill--sewing--and have started designing some funky dresses made of combined fabrics and trims from vintage and gently used clothing. I love the stalwart spirits of trees through all seasons. I enjoy making sculpture and collage that gives trees personality with facial expressions and gestures. When people tell me they love my work, I say it isn't work,it is play. I teach writing classes and try to bring my creativity to class to inspire students to think outside their personal boxes....

Richard Hinger - As a self-taught assemblagist/sculptor, I create vibrant and provocative works of art from the products of man's throw-away culture. I search for commonplace discarded objects and discover unique resources containing collectibles and relics to utilize in the sculptures which then become part of a thematic series. Like the objects I work with, my themes vary considerably, but the common thread of my work is the urgency of visual statements concerning American consumerism, environmental awareness, political icons, and the media's steady search for the newest sensation. Though my work is serious in nature, with the infusion of color, texture, and content, it maintains a whimsical and seductive perspective on Western culture. ...

Gregory Liffick - I like to find new life in old, found items. I perform a kind of plastic or reconstructive surgery on the materials that I find in thrift stores and other like places, refinishing and refreshing their skin with spray enamel or acrylic paint and reforming and improving their shapes with bits and pieces from elsewhere. In the process of reimaging the items, I resurrect them from the past and bring them into the present, making them current and relevant through the concepts and messages I attach to them, commentaries on the state of things in the world today. I give new purpose and interest to items that have lost their place in the onrush of use and fashion. I take once upon a time materials and try to make them timeless....

Richard Thomson - Magic, Freedom, and the Assemblage Arts. Thoughout my life I have been fasinated by and seeking true magic and the freedom that it implies. Art was, in my mind the gateway to both. In the past, in my journey though painting and sculpting, I could sense the magic but not quite touch it. Then one day the magic reached out to me and that day I went out into the world and sought those things that had power but lost their orgininal porpose. I went into the studio and found my own paintings I felt had no soul and together we found my voice. The stories are about abandonment, regection, fear, love, and of course, Magic. While still bound to the everyday grind, in my studio, with my things, I feel a sense of freedom and excitement for the magic that seems to materialize from the air. I feel there are those out there that have fallen into numbing mediocricy and all they need is a shout to startle them, so this is my shout out. The Art will wake them, so I offer these few items as a wake up call to the community that things are not as ...