Ripping And Sticking

11 Dec

 

 

monster birth

 

Time to play is important. I can’t constantly be trying to produce a fully worked up piece of art, or focussing on technical practice. It’s exhausting and inhibiting. Inspiration and ideas must come from somewhere. And they often come when I relax and spend some time playing around or doodling. Today I joined fellow artist Sylvie Evans from the 15 Hundred Lives collective for our regular monthly 2-day session at the Creative Bubble artspace.

Last month we did a Big Draw and had a few rolls of paper that had been drawn over. We decided to recycle them by using them as the basis for collages. Sylvie called into the local free bookshop and picked up some colour magazines and we did a load of ripping and sticking. I hardly ever collage so it was fun and interesting to do some. I played. It’s not great art but some of the images have started to generate ideas which will probably eventually end up in my sketchbook.

 

 

 

2 Responses to “Ripping And Sticking”

  1. mrsdaffodil December 13, 2015 at 04:56 #

    Ha, ha. Good fun! Love the collage.

  2. (b)ananartista SBUFF December 12, 2015 at 01:58 #

    whimsical assemblage

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