ECHOES OF FEBRUARY
April 2, 2022 Through May 7, 2022
Print Sale Curated by Fox Carlson
A Collage Dream Virtual Group Show + Print Sale
Februallage was an exercise in creative thinking and play. For our second virtual exhibition Collage Dream Members were asked to create a work of art that took on three or more prompts to arrive at their own explorations of the Februllage prompts.
Curated by collage artist and architect Fox Carlson, he has selected four collages to represent the exhibition in a series of framed print sale available now.
Framed Print Size 8 x 10 inches
Available in Black or White Frame
Paper: Matt Finish Digital Print
$45 plus shipping
"This collage is stunning in my opinion. This central figure is so pensive, so statuesque. But around her is color and movement, and vibrancy! I am imagining that those text bits are her thoughts, and that even though she's sitting so serenely, her imagination is running wild, exploding all around her. You have a great sense of control. Using color, or added details in just the right places."
Artist: Karen Ait Oamara
Artist: Chris Knight
"In this piece there are so many things I like. It has such vibrant color, but the added black and white gives it this sense of being grounded, which I love. The man too, partly distorted by lines and looking into the distance, with mountains in the back, gives a nice feeling of wistfulness. The negative space you incorporated around the edges too, is excellent. "
" I am blown away by the precision of this image. You've taken such care and it really shows. I'm imagining this woman is the serene goddess of nature, wearing it like a crown, but also letting it over take her, and they're all becoming one. It's a piece I keep looking at, over and over and I keep seeing new things.. well done! it's beautiful "
Artist: Christine Pianin
"I really love the vintage feel in this piece. These images seem mostly from another time, but you've managed to create an image that feels alive, current. There is a real sense of balance in this piece which i think is difficult to achieve when you have so many unique pieces. I am a big fan of this one! "