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The Material Whirl: 01.02.14 — Invite Drama

2 Jan

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: 01.18.12 — BLACKOUT!

18 Jan

DONATED To the 2012 Twitter Art Exhibit in Moss Norway

6″ x 4″, on recycled cereal box cardboard

On January 18, 2012, websites from large to small blacked out their sites in solidarity for the fight against the SOPA legislation which was being considered in Congress.  I was unable to figure out how to black out a Posterous blog, where my collection was at the time, so I created a black collage instead.

This collage was submitted to the second Twitter art exhibit in Moss, Norway, where the sale of the submitted works raised money for the Women’s Crisis Center there.  For more information on the exhibit, see the original post by David Sandum (and the many comments) here:, and also search Twitter for the hashtag #twitterartexhibit.

If you are interested in seeing the collage that I submitted to the first #twitterartexhibit, you can find it here:

The Material Whirl: 12.13.10 — snake on stones

13 Dec


Holiday collage affixed to a 6.5″ x 5″ greeting card


The Material Whirl: 12.12.10 — a boatful of holiday cheer

12 Dec


Holiday collage affixed to a 6.5″ x 5″ greeting card


The Material Whirl: 05.23.10 — Today is the day

23 May



Blue swirly water images with deliberately irregular edges, approximately 4″ x 5-1/4″, on a backing of recycled cereal box cardboard

The Material Whirl: 05.13.10 — girl with flowers

13 May

3-7/8″x 5-1/2″, on recycled food packaging cardboard

Donated to the 2015 Twitterartexhibit, Moss, Norway

The Material Whirl: 04.26.10 — Eternal Flame

26 Apr


5-1/2″ x 4-1/8″, on recycled white cardstock

The flame image is of a bronze sculpture entitled “Eternal Flame” by artist Liana Spear (

The background is from a photograph of mineral deposits at the Dead Sea.

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