An inside peek at Masters: Collage

June 15, 2010, 10:53 am  Posted by Lark

From traditional cut-and-paste to digital, from collage with paint and drawing to encaustic, Masters: Collage features the work of 40 artists that fully spans the medium’s diverse spectrum. Curated by Randel Plowman, this compendium of the work of master collage artists delves into concepts of technique, originality, temporal creation, history, spontaneity, design, imperfection, and beauty. Here’s a peek at some of this book’s remarkable images:


8 Responses

    carol says:

    very cool

    Ranae Eugene says:

    Love photo-dipity…I'm soooo jealous…good luck!

    Kc-carr says:

    The collage book looks great. It could be used for lots of different craft projects. Karen Carroll

    Rosanne says:

    It's terrific having examples of good collage work — I'd really like to get this book for my classroom, as I have been trying to teach collage as a serious medium for creating art as well as a way to journal in their sketchbooks. Thanks for this collection of great examples.

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    Laura says:

    wow – what a great collection of diverse styles – this is on my “must-have” list of books!

    michael says:

    Beautiful ” assemblage” of Collage work that portrays a wide spectrum of visual communication within one medium.

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