adrienne mason art

glue + paper + scissors = collage

Art Walk – January

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My blog has been quiet, but I’ve been busy. Busy in a good way—with work (that I love), family (whom I also love), time experimenting at the art table, etc.—but just not a lot of time to blog about it all. And I’ve vowed not to obsess about it, so I’ll be here when I’m here! Today started with a quiet morning—my husband is away and I was up early so I went for a long walk through my neighbourhood and Victoria’s big city park, Beacon Hill, then down to the beach. I collected a few things along the way, then came home and made some foraged art, with a few bits and bobs I picked up. I’ve two things to say about it all: (1) I need to learn how to get the most out of an iPhone camera (and figure out a lighting set-up) and, (2) thank goodness for peacocks.

 

 

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Author: Adrienne

A good day is one spent at the art table with scissors, glue, and piles of interesting papers. In my exploration of collage, I paraphrase Roosevelt, I'm doing what I can, with what I have, from where I am (in life and location).

2 thoughts on “Art Walk – January

  1. Fantastic finds. You may want to invest in a light box – I think you can buy cheap ones that fold away when not in use.

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