The Gualala Arts Collage Interest Group presents:
An Exhibit of Collage and Assemblage Art
Collage is one of the fastest growing and popular methods of artmaking in the 21st century. Collage is accessible to everyone. Tearing or cutting, pasting and reassembling fragments of paper, fabrics, found objects and ephemera into a new art form is the basis of collage. Assemblage incorporates three dimensional found objects. The process of creating a collage/assemblage piece may include analog and digital methods, or both. When a collage or assemblage is completed a transformation has occurred. Nowhere else in artmaking does synchronicity and intention have such impact as when they collide and integrate in the making of collage art.
The Gualala Arts Collage Interest Group meets monthly on the second and fourth Tuesdays, noon to 4 p.m. in the classroom upstairs at the Gualala Arts Center. Cost is $5 per session and is a “drop-in” open studio setting. The Collage Interest Group is a community of artists who enjoy exploring mixed media techniques for self-discovery and artistry, open to all skill levels and styles of approaching mixed media.