Today was attended by artists–Mark, Ken, Airy, Sarah, and myself. I didn't get pictures of everyone's work, but here are a few I did capture.
Today Ken and I met for the once a month collage meeting. I started work on two collages featuring deformed fetuses and finished the background for a triptych. Ken was very productive as well.
Today was a very productive for all of attending the once a month collage group.
Today it was artists Nikki, Ken, and myself. We worked on collaged greeting cards.
Today's collage meeting was just my artist friend Nikki and me. I almost finished my four works for the upcoming postcard shows in Germany.
Although I was fighting a hangover, today was an excellent day creating collages with my friends at the library. Nikki and I were preparing for the postcard art show, Ken was creating Halloween cards, and Jenny worked on various projects.
I had our monthly collage meeting and my friends Nikki and Ken showed up. Here is our progress:
This month's meeting was attended by me and my friend Airy. I didn't get much done, but this is an in-progress collage by Airy.
Today I organized a collage group to meet at the public library. There was 7 artists total–it was relaxing and great fun.
My friend Mark and I have been talking about doing a collage night. He organized this event, which was held at a wonderfully gracious gentleman's house. I didn't get a lot done, but was excited that one of the artists brought beeswax, which I used to cover one the collages.
I worked on the collaborative project between Sarah Smith and myself. I glued crystals on the cover.
Tonight I attended Collage-A-Rama at Arc Gallery and spent most of the time collecting and organizing pictures I want to use. For the rest of the evening, I started working on the background–one red and one black.
I have a huge pile of magazine pages that I've torn out, waiting to be used for collages. Tonight I organized them into themed envelopes, such as "Skin", "Meat", "Gems", etc. I still have a large orange folder to complete and three large magazines to peruse and extract more pages.
Terrance Graven is a San Francisco artist whose installations incorporate sculptural elements, performance art, costumes, sound pieces, and theatrical lighting.