Fun Little Eco Art
A quick and sort-of easy collage from recycled materials.
Date: 4/9/2021 5:35:51 AM ( 33 d ) ... viewed 87 times
8" x 10" Eco Art Collage by mayah(c)2021
Made from recycled magazine image, old postcard, found butterfly clam sea shells (no animals were killed for their shells; these were found on my local beach), hand embroidery, art paper, recycled cardboard, old thrift store frame.
I had some fun (not) pulling thick six-strand embroidery floss through the little tiny holes punched into the layered art paper with my un-threaded sewing machine. Other than that, this project was fun to make!
Don't ask me where I get my ideas from...I was just playing around with some magazine images and had this old postcard sitting on my art table, and viola'! Inspiration struck. Someone once asked me what the "meaning" behind one of my art pieces was; I had a hard time articulating that as most--not all--of the time my art is created from just spur-of-the-moment inspiration, imagination, whim, whimsy---maybe the pieces look interesting together, or I like the colors or the materials. In other words, most of the time it's just inspired creativity that is what it is, and nothing more.
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