collage

crazy for you

New York, New York

This collage of an imagined Manhattan skyline was created from a Playbill from the Shubert Theatre for the show Crazy for You, which we saw on a visit to New York in 1993. I originally posted it in January 2015 just before our last New York visit and early in my 365 day blogging challenge that year. You can see the full image here on Day 26.

Studio 365: Day 278

Day 278 iii      Day 278 i
 
Day 278 ii      Day 278 vi

Collage fragments I – IV

After yesterday’s monoprint fragments I thought I would revisit the collage from Day 268 and find a few more fragments for today.

Studio 365: Day 268

Day 269 ii

City of the Imagination X 25.9.15

As they say, “Now for something completely different”. Today’s image is a collage using, appropriately, torn pieces from an old Architectural Digest together with watercolor, pen and ink.

Day 268 ii

Studio 365: Day 173

Day 173 i

Balletlujah Collage II 22.6.15

Day 173 vii

Day 173 ii     Day 173 iii

Day 173 iv     Day 173 v

Day 173 vi

Day 173 ix

Visit Studio 365 Day 170 to learn about Balletlujah celebrating the music of k.d.lang with links to CBC Television and the Alberta Ballet Company.

Studio 365: Day 170

Day 170 v

Balletlujah Collage I 19.6.15

Inspired by last nights documentary on CBC television, Balletlujah, celebrating the music of k.d.lang through dance with sublime performances from the Alberta Ballet Company.

Day 170 iv

Day 170 ii

…more to come.

Studio 365: Day 50

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Guildford Cathedral Revisited.

After yesterdays’s collages, I thought I would revisit an image I found in one of the studio drawers. In fact it was a stencil I had made of a stained glass window in Guildford Cathedral in England.

Day 50 v     Day 50 iv

I had photographed the window some years ago at a time I was using stained glass imagery in my paintings. Here is the photograph…

Day 50

…and here is the resulting painting…

Day 50 vii

Excited by yesterday’s collages this is the collage for today’s Guildford Cathedral Revisited using torn pieces from previous stained glass window paintings.

Day 50 iii