Natasha Bowdoin’s large-scale cut paper and collage works transform a Dallas gallery into a garden overflowing with creeping vines, carnivorous plants and acid colour.
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.
These works are from “Into the Blue”, Peggy Ann Turner’s latest solo exhibition, a series of landscapes evoking the colour, light, architecture and nature of the Greek Aegean Islands. She works in acrylic paint, pencil, and found papers to create the figurative/abstract collage paintings.
Minas Halaj mixes elements of his classical education with contemporary influences to provide what he calls “a symphony of graphics, sculptures, collages and figurative compositions that indulge the senses.”
Mixed media artist Julie Cockburn manipulates found photographs by cutting, embroidering and collaging. She says “no image is safe after it enters my studio.”
Shea Chang’s Bag Heads exhibition at Huntclub studio in Toronto is an investigation into how people present themselves versus who they really are. Her work is an ongoing art project involving public performance and mixed media works on paper.