Do you remember when you were young, your teacher would give you pieces of brightly coloured construction paper to arrange in a collage? William LaChance’s work is not to be compared with a kindergartener’s, but his geometric artwork captures a childlike spirit that is simply infectious. LaChanc
There is nothing about Hyunjee Jung’s work that wouldn’t put a smile on your face. Her bright 3-D designs provide a textural element that comes through, even in a photograph. They leave you yearning to touch and see more. Looking at Jung’s work, it is understandable that you would want to know
Our whole goal here on OEN is to support more artists and makers that are experimenting with their creativity. I’ve had my eye on American artist Leigh Well’s collages for a number of years now. She has a fantastic sensibility and I was particularly taken aback by her ‘Versos’
Louis Reith is a Dutch artist who is based in Zetten, Netherlands and has created this series of collages that are juxtaposed with bold shapes, architectural spaces, landscapes and other artefacts.
London-based New Zealand born Samantha Totty tends to work in collage, exploring the interaction between form, texture and colour using a mixture of off-kilter shapes and a muted palette.
I was looking for flowing shapes and something bright and much to my pleasure came across the work of Hungarian Illustrator and artist Anna Kövecses who resides in Cyprus.
These particular works are by Leigh Wells,I liked the way in which she incorporated light and shadow, as well as different plants to create a series of flower arrangement through paper snippets.
Rosemarie Auberson is a painter whose work combines collage, painting and drawing. Her work is abstract, using thin but also bold lines, and bright contradictory colours.
Parisian artist Alma Charry stood out for her minimalist approach, but I was especially captivated by her mixed media projects, which often involve coloured card and paper.
American artist Leon Polk Smith took a particular interest in the De Stijl movement, especially inspired by Piet Mondrian, and ended up producing a fantastic array of geometric artworks.
Sharon Etgar lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel where she makes fabric and paper collages, her work aims to translate themes of mood and memory into colour and abstract form.
We're are naturally always on the hunt for makers, and In The Make have them stockpiled, so once again I've returned to their door this morning to raid a little photography. Last time around we highlighted their studio visit to sculptor Mari Andrew, which if you didn't catch a glimpse of was like a