Third collage series

"fresh" collage on paper, 5x5" (c) 2010, Lynne Medsker

As I promised, today is the last collage post for a while. I seem to get on a tangent of one media and I don’t want you to become bored by the same topic over & over so the next few blog posts will be about digital art. Change is good!  These collage pieces were created on the background paper that used coffee & tea to create part of the design. You can read about how it was made by clicking HERE. The colors from the coffee & tea influenced my choice of other items to add to the composition, they all seem to have a more muted, natural tone to them, especially compared to the more colorful creations in my last post.

"perfectly simple" collage on paper, 5x7" (c) 2010, Lynne Medsker

"keep it simple" collage on paper, 5x7" (c) 2010, Lynne Medsker

This series yielded two 5×7 images and a total of four 5×5″ images.

"go with the flow" collage on paper, 5x5" (c) Lynne Medsker

"do more" collage on paper, 5x5" (c) 2010, Lynne Medsker

"something cool happening" collage on paper, 5x5" (c) 2010, Lynne Medsker

After cropping these (and a few other) compositions from the sheet of collage I had a nice selection of leftover scraps.

collage scraps

I sorted through those with an artist’s trading card (ATC) template and cropped out several cards – a few I would consider finished and others that will be great backgrounds for future use.

artist trading cards (c) 2010, Lynne Medsker

Just a reminder that the one-day collage workshop I am presenting on Saturday, March 20th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. will be here soon! The cost is $60 and includes all the supplies & mats for framing your creations.  The class size is small so be sure to sign up soon for this fun & creative Saturday!

And that concludes the blog posts on collage.  For now! 🙂 I feel like I’ve had more information to post than days to post it on lately.  I like it! I never want to feel like I am posting just because I should (although that happens occasionally!)

Flowing along,

Lynne

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  1. Really cool stuff, Lynne! I absolutely love doing this, even more than being “plugged in” if you can believe that!

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  2. Thanks Martha! I am so hooked on it now! Keep wanting to do more & more. Look what you’ve done. 🙂 I’m anxious to go back to the scrap pieces that are leftover and build some more dimensions works with them too. Aahhh, so much to do in life!

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