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Collage anexploration

  1. 1. Collage
  2. 2. CollageCollage is a form of visual art that assembles different forms resulting in a new whole. A collage may include newspaper clippings, ribbons,bits of colored or hand-made papers, portions of other artwork, photographs and other found objects. These are then glued to a piece of paper or canvas. The term collage derives from the French "coller," meaning glue.
  3. 3. collage items to consider:• papers: newspaper, vintage papers, envelopes, maps, comics, tissue paper, painted paper, documents etc• texture (fabrics, cardboard, envelopes, cut vs. tear)• typography (fonts) and words• juxtaposition• colour, geometry and abstractions• drawings• washes, diffused images, transfers• overprinting• layers, masks and stencils
  4. 4. Popular Collage Works
  5. 5. Hans Arp“Collage Arranged Accordingto the Laws of Chance”c1917 - Dada art movement
  6. 6. Hans Arp“i Picture”c1920 - Dada art movement
  7. 7. Raoul Hausman“The Art Critic”c1919-1920 - Dada art movement
  8. 8. Hannah Hoch“Da Dandy”c1919 - Dada art movement
  9. 9. Hannah Hoch“My Domestic Mottoes”c1922 - Dada art movement
  10. 10. Kurt Schwitters“Untitled (May #191)”c1919 - Dada art movement
  11. 11. Kurt Schwitters“Untitled (Oval Construction)”c1925 note: this is a sculpture
  12. 12. Georges Braque“Fruitdish and Glass”1912
  13. 13. Richard Hamilton“Just What Is It That MakesToday’s Homes So Different,So Appealing?”1956
  14. 14. Tom Wesselmann“Still Life #20”1962
  15. 15. Matisse (Dec. 31, 1869 - Nov. 3, 1954) In 1941 Matisse was diagnosed with cancer andfollowing surgery, started using a wheelchair. With theuse of assistants, Matisse started creating cut-outs. His assistants would paint sheets of white paper and hewould cut out coloured elements and place them onto paper. http://www.henri-matisse.net/cut_outs.html
  16. 16. Henri Matisse“Blue Nude II”1952
  17. 17. Henri Matisse“Destiny”
  18. 18. Henri Matisse“Vegetables”
  19. 19. Henri Matisse“Icarus”
  20. 20. Henri Matisse“The Sword Swallower”
  21. 21. Henri Matisse“Zulma”
  22. 22. Henri Matisse“The Toboggan”
  23. 23. Henri Matisse“The Snail”1953
  24. 24. Romare Bearden (Sept. 2, 1911-March 12, 1988)Romare Bearden was an African-American artist and writer. During the 1960s civil rights movement, Bearden began experimenting with the form ofcollage. His work became more representational andmore overtly socially conscious towards Black rights. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romare_Bearden
  25. 25. Romare Bearden“Prevalence Of Ritual Mysteries”1964
  26. 26. Romare Bearden“Return Of the Prodigal Son”1967
  27. 27. Romare Bearden“Tomorrow I May Be Far Away”1967
  28. 28. Romare Bearden“Black Manhattan”1969
  29. 29. Romare Bearden“Patchwork Quilt”1970
  30. 30. Romare Bearden“The Calabash”1970
  31. 31. Romare Bearden“Back Home”1970
  32. 32. work from current collage artists
  33. 33. David Wallace“Treated”2007
  34. 34. David Walave“Hope and Fear”2007
  35. 35. Launa D. Romoff“Untitled #289”2007
  36. 36. Dennis Parlante“Mr. Bryant”2008
  37. 37. Robert Hunt“1969”2008
  38. 38. Robert Hunt“Comic Book”1991
  39. 39. Cecil Touchon“Fusion Series #2540”2007
  40. 40. Cecil Touchon“Fusion Series #2283”2006
  41. 41. Nancy Goodman“Woman Sitting Under theMoon”2003
  42. 42. Nancy Goodman Lawrence“Leah”2006
  43. 43. Nancy Goodman Lawrence“Goodman Kids”2004
  44. 44. Baby Smith“Heap #44”2006
  45. 45. Baby Smith“UShift #15”2007
  46. 46. Baby Smith“An Insight”2004
  47. 47. Marty Gordon“3DTV”2008
  48. 48. Marty Gordon“It’s A Jungles Out There”2008
  49. 49. Mary Emma Hawthorne“Survival of the Fittest”2006
  50. 50. Mary Emma Hawthorne“All the Riches”2006
  51. 51. Robert Mars“Play Ball”2008
  52. 52. Robert Mars“Five on the Floor”2008
  53. 53. Brandi Strickland“Sound Collage”2008
  54. 54. Brandi Strickland“Istanbul”2005
  55. 55. Stephanie Levy“Soiree”2007
  56. 56. Stephanie Levy“Matisse’s Bedroom II”2006
  57. 57. Janet Jones“Mirage #13”2007
  58. 58. Janet Jones“Counterpoint #3”2007
  59. 59. Ariel“None Had Your Rhythms”2006
  60. 60. Ariel“Refreshment”2008
  61. 61. Cindy Iverson“Too Late”2006
  62. 62. Cindy Iverson“I’m Really An Engineer”2008
  63. 63. Liz Cohn“The Lunatics Ball”2006
  64. 64. Liz Cohn“Head In The Clouds”2007
  65. 65. Liz Cohn“May”2008
  66. 66. Mariella Bisson“Hearthstone Falls”2008
  67. 67. Mariella Bisson“To Rock My Soul”2007
  68. 68. David Thorpe“Pilgrims”1999
  69. 69. David Thorpe“Out From The Night”1999
  70. 70. Martha Rosler“Hooded Captives”2004
  71. 71. Gordon Magnin(Work for BeefmasterMagazine)
  72. 72. Gordon Magnin(Work for Mojo Magazine)
  73. 73. Gordon Magnin(Work for Mojo Magazine)
  74. 74. Agnes Montgomery
  75. 75. Agnes Montgomery
  76. 76. Eric CarleEric Carle painted onto tissue paper and then cut these to make his collages. http://www.eric-carle.com/slideshow_paint.html
  77. 77. Eric Carle
  78. 78. Eric Carle
  79. 79. Eric Carle
  80. 80. Peter Clarke“Java”
  81. 81. Peter Clarke“Bass Fish”
  82. 82. Peter Clarke“Nice Hat”
  83. 83. Recommended books:
  84. 84. this slideshow is for educational purposes only

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