Netherlands-based artist Anne ten Donkelaar imagined “a big bang, a firework of flower seeds thrown into space . . . (where) nature seems to float” for her series of collaged Flower Constructions.
At this time of year (at least in the north, where I live) Sherrie Hunt’s digital photo collages are reminders of oncoming spring. The Virginia-based artist, photographer and video and animation producer is inspired by nature.
The media paintings of transplanted Canadian artist James Verbicky are large sculptural collages of birch wood covered in vintage advertisements for popular brands and imagery from magazines in French.
Heidi Kepnes creates collages with found objects, paper, string, photographs, wax and other media. Many of her works are partly encaustic. Based in Salem, Massachusetts, Kepnes says she is “drawn to the beauty of decay and its allusion to the passage of time, and to collective and personal […]
Barbara Astman explores new approaches in It’s All About Style, through Feb. 28 at Corkin Gallery, Toronto.
No surprise that Saatchi Online picked Erqi Luo as an artist to watch. The Shanghai-based artist has a special way with collage.