Sunday, February 10, 2008

2nd collage for international exchange


Barcodes (to represent society) recycled florist material, thread, magazine images.
Untitled as yet although I am still working within my society is a nest concept.

My 2nd collage for the International Collage Exchange (formerly the baker's dozen) There's still time to enter if you get your skates on! All entries need to be in NZ by March 20 and accompanied by the NZ equivelent to $40. You will get 11 collages back, 1 will be part of the online exhibition for a month and you can offer this one for sale. 1 will be auctioned for the benefit of a childrens charity (in Mexico I think!) All
details are on the virtual tart website listed in my links :)

Thankyou all for your support!
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8 comments:

John (Copyright JMM 2007-2008) said...

left moves to right and right to the left. like politics but sweeter, grander, nolbler.

Trijnie said...

great again, I like the people "movements" The black gives it so much dept

Sweet Irene said...

Hi Lisa, I have stolen some of your images to alter and post on my blog in an effort to collaborate. I have also stolen from John and Sue and the Artful Eye.

If you object, please let me know, but I can tell you that your collages make beautiful mandalas. Ciao...

Neda said...

I am floored..Literally. This is a very powerful collage. I wish I could see it in person! ... Also, I listed your blog on my calendar post of today. Great Work!!...Wait...I need to pick up my jaw from the floor...Tee hee

Shani Thomas said...

WOW! Love the new look Lisa! Red is such a wonderful, powerful color! And I gotta tell ya', FANTASTIC collage!!!!!

Bravo my friend!

Sweet Irene said...

Yes, that's true, I forgot to comment on the look of your blog. How did you manage to do that?

Neda said...

Lisa, you got tagged!

Bev said...

This is a powerful collage, and you have brought out the nest aspect with the birds and with the material surrounding the complex society you have created. I like society as a barcode - somehow brings out the sheer numbers and quite depersonalised aspect of it, in contrast to the softness of the nest.