The Material Whirl: 09.30.16 — Green Bird

09-30-16-green-bird-resized-800

 

 

 

 

 

 

6″ x 4″, on cereal box cardboard backing

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The Material Whirl: 01.02.14 — Invite Drama

Invite Drama

DONATED To the 2014 Twitter Art Exhibit in Orlando

6″ x 4″, on cereal box cardboard backing

The proceeds from the 2014 Twitter Art Exhibit benefitted the Center for Contemporary Dance in Orlando.

The Material Whirl: 01.01.14 — Bird

SOLD

Approximately 6-7/8″ x 4-3/4″, this piece is a departure from my usual cereal boxes and magazine pictures.  It is made from a variety of scraps of wall coverings.  The stamped pattern on the upper background is a very shiny gold, though the full metallic look is not visible in this image.

01.01.14 Bird RESIZED

On Etsy: not available — original has been sold

The Material Whirl: 01.06.13 — the gray sea

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Approximately 5″ x 3-7/8″, with deliberately irregular sides, on recycled cereal box cardboard

If you are interested in purchasing this collage, please click on the “Buy it online” link up at the top.

The Material Whirl: 01.05.13 — Seek new horizons

          01.05.13 Seek New Horizons RESIZED          01.05.13 (back) RESIZED

SOLD

3-3/4″ x 4-3/4″, on recycled food packaging cardboard

The picture was inspired by the clipping shown above, which I have attached to the back, but unfortunately do not remember where it came from.  The clipping reads:  “Once upon a time, we believed that the world was flat — that beyond a certain point, there would be nowhere to go.  And though we now know the world is round, we still fear falling off imaginary edges, too often thinking there’s only so far we can stretch, so hard we can push.  The most dangerous limits are those in our own head.  When you feel you’re at your edge, look again.  You can go farther.”