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What is a collage?

An examination of professional collages
by

Brittany Forbes

on 3 October 2013

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Transcript of What is a collage?

...and how can we create one?
What is collage?
A collage is a form of art in which various materials such as photographs and pieces of paper or fabric are arranged and stuck to a backing.
What is a collage?
Like all art, most collage artists are trying to make a statement about a something and ask the viewer to think!
What is the purpose of collage?
So what are some examples of collage?
"The Third Pyramid was Meaty"
By:Nicolas Lampert
What do you notice about this collage?
What do you like about it?
"Dancing"
By:Jean Lacy
What do you like about this collage?
How would you describe this collage?
"911"
By:Michael Albert
How is this collage different from the others?
What do you think the artist's message is?
How can we use the technique of collage to convey the idea or theme of love?
considering themes...
"Love"
By:Lada Alekseychuk
How does the artist use pictures to convey an idea?
With these collages in mind, what first steps will you take to begin your collage?
What procedures do you think we'll need while we work on our theme collages?
For extra credit, you can imitate Tom Wesselman's Pop Art style in your collage!
How is this collage different than the other collages we've examined today?
"Still Life 35"
Tom Wesselman
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