Collage Art

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Philip Taylor, Mario Ortiz Martinez, Muberra Bulbul, Donna Gallant, Emilio Merlina, Stephen Mead, Jose Luis Lazaro Ferre, Roz Zinns, Rickie Dickerson, Tamara Sorkin, Tom Lund-lack, Andrew Mclaughlin, Claudia Nierman, Robert H. Stockton, Hope Brooks, Ron Ogle offering original Collages artworks.


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Philip Taylor: 'the jig is up', 2021 Collage, Abstract. We stopped being fooled with this one. The jig is up and we are now wise  Collage on thick watercolor paper. ...
Abstract - Collage
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Philip Taylor: 'red letter day', 2021 Collage, Abstract. Watercolor paper with blue collage paper.  It was a Red Letter Day when I painted this abstract work ...
Abstract - Collage
11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)
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Mario Ortiz Martinez: 'science and erotism', 2019 Collage, Abstract Figurative. ABSTRACT SCENE, CONNECTED WITH SURREALISM AND IMPRESSIONISM....
Abstract Figurative - Collage
11 x 9 inches (27.9 x 22.9 cm)
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Muberra Bulbul: 'my gauguin', 2019 Collage, Abstract Figurative. Mix technical on canvas, collage and aycrilic, lavi...
, 2019
Abstract Figurative - Collage
60 x 80 cm (23.6 x 31.5 inches)
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Muberra Bulbul: 'working', 2019 Collage, Abstract. Collage and mix technical on canvas...
, 2019
Abstract - Collage
35 x 50 cm (13.8 x 19.7 inches)
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Donna Gallant: 'winter snow', 2018 Collage, Floral. The crisp new snow on a winter s day is what this piece conveys. ...
Floral - Collage
9 x 10 inches (22.9 x 25.4 cm)
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Donna Gallant: 'wind sweep', 2018 Collage, Landscape. The feeling of our wind sweep land is represented in this somewhat abstract collage of our foothills, mountains and grass lands in southern Alberta. ...
, 2018
Landscape - Collage
36 x 12 inches (91.4 x 30.5 cm)
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Emilio Merlina: 'the white page', 2017 Collage, Fantasy. on canvas , each single cut out has an old legible date , 1978 - 1997...
Fantasy - Collage
183 x 163 cm (72.0 x 64.2 inches)
Stephen Mead: 'holding our cosmos together', 2017 Collage, Conceptual. PRINT ONLY.  While working on, collecting images, quote etc.  for the series- in- progress, From Nostalgia, Through Now Beyond , I suddenly found myself doing thisthrowbackpiece which was also an extension of the themes inAccording to the Order of NatureWe too are Cosmos Made.  As someone who stumbles into series- work ...
Conceptual - Collage
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Jose Luis Lazaro Ferre: 'Paradise', 2013 Collage, Abstract Figurative. Mixed, Media, wood...
, 2013
Abstract Figurative - Collage
70 x 100 cm (27.6 x 39.4 inches)
Emilio Merlina: 'the vase', 2016 Collage, Fantasy.   on 40x40 cm canvas               ...
, 2016
Fantasy - Collage
40.5 x 40 cm (15.9 x 15.7 inches)
Emilio Merlina: 'open house', 2016 Collage, Fantasy.   cardboard collage mixed media   ...
, 2016
Fantasy - Collage
100 x 70 cm (39.4 x 27.6 inches)
Emilio Merlina: 'off limits', 2016 Collage, Fantasy.         on cardboard              ...
, 2016
Fantasy - Collage
57 x 29 cm (22.4 x 11.4 inches)
Roz Zinns: 'Mare Island Structure', 2014 Collage, Architecture.    Fascinating ship restoring area with wonderful equipment      ...
Architecture - Collage
30 x 30 inches (76.2 x 76.2 cm)
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Roz Zinns: 'Bird Songs', 2013 Collage, Birds.  Gathering of birds.   ...
, 2013
Birds - Collage
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
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Rickie Dickerson: 'Enduring Freedom', 2002 Collage, Political.  I love my country AND we need to pull our heads from the sand. We are SO comfortably ignorant. ...
Political - Collage
18 x 12 inches (45.7 x 30.5 cm)
Jose Luis Lazaro Ferre: 'Visions XI', 2013 Collage, Figurative.  Different visions dreams intertwined in their stadium conscious.         ...
, 2013
Figurative - Collage
51 x 70 cm (20.1 x 27.6 inches)
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Jose Luis Lazaro Ferre: 'Barcelona', 2012 Collage, Figurative.  Different visions dreams intertwined in their stadium conscious.        ...
, 2012
Figurative - Collage
60 x 60 cm (23.6 x 23.6 inches)
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Tamara Sorkin: 'absract collage', 2012 Collage, Abstract.         collage of recycled papers       ...
Abstract - Collage
26 x 26 cm (10.2 x 10.2 inches)
Tom Lund-lack: 'Evening Light', 2012 Collage, Landscape.    This work is in the Waterside Fine Art Gallery, 7 Waterside, Stratford- on- Avon, UK. First and experimental piece made from paint and coloured tissue paper laid on canvas given a deep epoxy resin coating that enhances the depth and colour of the work underneath.  The resin is stable, contains...
Landscape - Collage
102 x 102 cm (40.2 x 40.2 inches)
Andrew Mclaughlin: 'In the Sweat of the Sun, On the Flesh of the Gods ', 2012 Collage, Surrealism.
Surrealism - Collage
36 x 28 inches (91.4 x 71.1 cm)
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Andrew Mclaughlin: 'The Golden Age of Sodom and Gomorrah ', 2012 Collage, Surrealism.
Surrealism - Collage
36 x 28 inches (91.4 x 71.1 cm)
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Andrew Mclaughlin: 'The Victorian Opium Eater and the Coming Century', 2011 Collage, Surrealism.
Surrealism - Collage
36 x 28 inches (91.4 x 71.1 cm)
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Andrew Mclaughlin: 'Iscariot Showers and the Second Coming of the Last Supper', 2011 Collage, Surrealism.
Surrealism - Collage
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
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Tamara Sorkin: 'motherhood 1', 2003 Collage, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Collage
23.5 x 28.5 cm (9.3 x 11.2 inches)
Claudia Nierman: 'Dejavou acuatico', 2004 Collage, Architecture.           Part of a Series on mistic ArchitectureThis image is also available printed on canvas 57 x 80; and in cibachrom 32x 45.          ...
Architecture - Collage
42 x 37 inches (106.7 x 94.0 cm)
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Robert H. Stockton: 'Waking Hour', 2008 Collage, Abstract.  This small collage is made from found, worn and weathered papers and fabric, including old letters, maps, botanical illustrations, newspaper, labels, and canvas.  It is matted with white museum board, under glass, in a black metal frame to a finished size of 9 x 12 inches.  The actual size of...
Abstract - Collage
9 x 12 inches (22.9 x 30.5 cm)
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Hope Brooks: 'Earth Collection V', 1976 Collage, Abstract.  The Earth Collection Series is about life and death, life that comes from the earth and goes back to it.  This painting is subtitled Shells and Stones and is a collection of land shells, sea shells and stones laid out in a collectors box.  ...
Abstract - Collage
26 x 24 inches (66.0 x 61.0 cm)
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Ron Ogle: 'Going Postal', 2004 Collage, Abstract.  Oil on collage on canvas. [  President Eisenhower' s farewell address to the nation, January 1961
Abstract - Collage
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Ron Ogle: 'Dictionary Page', 2008 Collage, Abstract.  Oil on collage on canvas. [ 2008: The Democratic leadership has behaved treacherously, keeping impeachment off the House floor ]...
Abstract - Collage
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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    Philip Taylor - Statement By applying abstraction, Taylor creates intense personal moments masterfully created by means of rules and omissions, acceptance and refusal, luring the viewer round and round in circles. His paintings do not reference recognizable form. The results are deconstructed to the extent that meaning is shifted and possible interpretation becomes multifaceted. Through experimentation, he finds that movement reveals an inherent awkwardness and echoes our own vulnerabilities. His works feature coincidental, accidental and unexpected connections. By questioning the concept of movement, he formalizes the coincidental and emphasizes the conscious process of composition that is behind the seemingly random works. The thought processes, which are supposedly private, highly subjective, and unfiltered, are frequently revealing. aEURoeThe process of making art for me is emotionally charging and spiritual.aEUR Bio Taylor grew up in the Mississippi river valley along the legendary highway 61 corridor in southern Minnesota as well as summering along the east cost. In the mid 1990s Taylor first became interested in abstract painting after being confronted with a Jackson Pollock work during a pivotal visit to the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. He has a B.A. in Studio Art and attended classes at the Arts Students League of ...

    Mario Ortiz Martinez - The main distinction of an artist is, or should be, insanity or, at least, the tendency to think and do absurd, showy, original and little comprehensible things for the common man. In particular, what attracts me the most is sharing my work, to the point of asking for very low prices. simple peanuts sometimes or flatly give it to those who appreciate it. Try me. This site requires a price standard. Very understandable and logical. But I would never refuse a reasonable offer. Just thinking about continuing, about having a penny to buy more colors and keep producing. Even when my works consist of a simple paper and in a small format, I always want to show my commitment to people, in order to brighten up a small corner of the house and invite reflection on the beautiful, the harmonious, the good vibes of the world. Some of these works have served as a study for large-format painting, but I have to honestly say that the study always looks better than the enlarged copy. In art, the first impulse, the first pictorial phrase, the first flash of inspiration, the first painted word that comes from the heart, is the ...

    Muberra Bulbul - My art life that I started with realist oil painting in university years changed over time and became original. I couldnt get myself from the production of realistic work for a long time. I started to use collage technique in my years of masters, I have diversified it with watercolors and ink. I first worked on paper. Mythological stories and myths occurred in my head while making them. I tried to transfer them to my pictures. The myths had existed in every civilization, each society and faith reflected its own subjective existence. Different races and nations thought. Our essence was the same. We all believe in similar things and behave similarly. In my collages I tried to make a connection between the past and the present. I opened a personal exhibition that can exhibit their recognition. Later these collages became increasingly abstracted and turned into stains. Different painting techniques began to form tissue on the surface. In those tissues I caught the inner world of human. I, you, she or he. We have similar emotions, no matter who we are and wherever we are....

    Donna Gallant - Art is a daily routine in my life. I see, hear, taste, feel and smell the life that surrounds me and I am inspired by the simplest aspects of this world. Whether it be the way the light hits an object or the way objects or forms move in space. I find it all so fascinating and alive. I try to portray these experiences and expressions through my art making....

    Emilio Merlina - I was born in 1950 in the North East of Italy from a polish mother and a sicilian father. I toured the world until I was 35, then I returned to Italy and picked up again my old passion painting and sculpture. As for myself, I can only say thoughts and paintings, paintings and thoughts. Everything maybe useless, however everything is life. i?1/2The human being leaves its signs, graffiti, indian dreams and imagination. Now I only have left a few more possibilities to express the colors which are not. Only the sign, scratched, angry or brushed is the witness. The sign has passed from there and there it has lived.i?1/2 Emilio Merlina Some hear if a door opens Others hear a latch which opens or closes Others more they hear the Angel when he turns over a page of the Great Book From the novel Missa Sine Nomine By Ernst Wiechert I have words which relegate my hunger And the hunger which owns my body but which do not confine them I have words which are both my confined hunger and body By the Italian poetess Paola Lovisolo ...

    Stephen Mead - In the early 1990's Stephen Mead's poems began appearing in such journals as Onionhead, Bellowing Ark, and Invert, but upon moving to Provincetown, Mass., Stephen decided to concentrate more on visual work. It was in the year 2000, after moving back to NY, that Stephen started seeking publication again for both his writing and his art combined. Since, then, thanks to the wonders of the World Wide Web, his work has appeared internationally both in cyberspace, hard copy, and physical Gallery Space. Often the writing has appeared along side his paintings, and at other times with the text superimposed. In 2004 Stephen began experimenting even more with these poetry/art hybrids creating a series of e books, including the award winning "We Are More Than Our Wounds". From there Stephen began experimenting with his art and poems as films, at first creating slideshows with captions, and then doing his own soundtracks and voice overdubs. These DVDs are available through Indieflix.com In 2006 Stephen put this technology to use releasing a CD of poems set to music "Safe & Other Love Poems" (CDBaby.com), as well as two print editions of his image/art hybrids, "Selected Works" and "Tree ...

    Jose Luis Lazaro Ferre - I think the easiest way to define my activity as an artist and my intellectual approach to art would be to quote Apollinaire's thesis in his Les Peintres cubistes: meditations esthetiques, especially the following sections: ... Therefore, as an offer to the spirit, in the plastic arts, the fourth dimension should be generated by the three known dimensions: represented by the immensity of space eternally present in all the dimensions of a given moment ... Cubism differs from the painting that came before it because it is not the art of imitation, but the art of thought raised to the level of creation ... Scientific cubism is one of the pure trends. It is the art of painting new compositions with elements taken not from visual reality, but from the reality of knowledge ... Physical cubism is the art of painting compositions with elements taken primarily from virtual reality In my painting, I work with geometric figures arranged on different planes that overlap one another and blend into real shapes (bottles, cats, birds, fruit), fabricated objects (small origami birds and paper boats) and everyday things (hats, shoes, etc.) to create a world of mystery and sensuality. The lines I draw are ...

    Roz Zinns - Roz Zinns has been involved in art for the last 40 years, from oil painting to weaving to contemporary art quilts. Her work has been displayed nationally and has been reproduced in US and international publications. She majored in Arts Administration and owned a San Francisco gallery specializing in original art and quality artisan crafts. Recently she has come full-circle, back to painting, and is enjoying the creativity and challenge of working in acrylics and water-immersible oils She has always had a love of the land which is evident in her work. Although she is currently focusing on landscapes, she is finding that the compositional element of land in an urban environment has become a fascinating study for her. She also loves to travel and has been interpreting her images on to canvas. She has observed that over the years many of the places she has painted either don't exist anymore or have changed drastically in their usage or appearance. So how wonderful to have captured them as they existed, but with her own interpretation....

    Rickie Dickerson - I work from the core, I smear my guts on the canvas, all the pain and confusion...joy, lust and anger...right before your very eyes. I have to paint, I have no choice. My mentor, Luise "Mignon" Andersen, introduced me to acrylic paint and threw me deeper into the river of creativity. Everything I do is just to keep me from drowning... As for the photography, that's compulsive as well....

    Tamara Sorkin - I have always worked from organic subjects- plants, animals, or the human body, but usually I arrive at an abstract, "zoomorphic" description, that enables me a wider perspective. ...

    Tom Lund-Lack - I am an experienced artist whose work uses the power of imagination to find find the essence of the subject.A It is grounded in the need to celebrate life, and to portray the subject through the transforming power of colour and light. Arrangements of shape, line, pattern and colour are brilliant at conjuringA up powerful expressions, sometimes these can be dreamlike and at peace sometimes exciting and dramatic. My work does not always represent an actual moment, place or object in time, but they areA the result of a process of reflection, recollection and reinvention, a distillation of experience. Art is a very small word having the widest possible meaning appreciation is a subjective judgement and no artist or workA can please everyone.A My aim is to please at least some of you and I am very confident that this aspiration is achievable ...

    Claudia Nierman - Some words about my work: The images I produce are deliberately enigmatic and multi-layered. They invite the viewer to engage in the process of storytelling whereby dreaming and living are woven together as a tapestry. I find the sources for my work in the urban environment: window displays, torn posters, graffiti, broken architecture. In short, the remains of man. These objects and situations are eventually transformed by rain, sun, reflections, and shadows, as well as additions made by the passerby. Shaped by the forces of chance, these ephemeral visions are captured on film (and now also in bits and bites) and used as raw material that merge one into another forming a new identity. The result? On one hand, a strange amalgam of my preoccupation with time and memory, and on the other, the way in which the deliberate manipulaton through photographic images can give us insight into our personal and collective struggles. Technical information: I usually work in three different formats: 25 cm x 30 cm and 32 cm x 45 cm printed on cibachrome paper; and a large format of 57 cm x 80 cm, digitilizing the final image and printing it on canvas. (Since this latter ...

    Claudia Nierman - Hope Brooks - I am often asked the question what is my work about which is a little like being asked what is life about because in art as in life each person must bring their own experience and provide their own answers. Quite simply my work is about life and the enigma that surrounds existence. I make reference to specific experiences or draw on visual reality to act as a frame to the broader content and people bring their own interpretations as well. When I began painting in the 60's I was focused on talking about natural phenomena that I found around me in Jamaica, such as the sea, the mountains, or the moon but I was also trying to find a language that expressed the essence of that place I called home. In 1980 I travelled to Baltimore USA and my visual surroundings changed completely. This city had none of the natural landscape but it had beautiful stained glass windows and during my year at the Maryland Institute I produced a large body of work called "Windows". This included prints as well as paintings of the secular as well as the ecclesiastical windows. Someone looking at the work once said ...

    Hope Brooks -