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This mixed media collage is based on The City Magazine (Issue No 117, July 2017). Images of these two cute animals are  inspired by the topics covered by the issue, and the collage is made of words and quotes cut from the articles. This time it was all about adventures, and it brought up a question: should we climb every mountain, or should some of the mountains remain unclimbed?
 
The picture may hide a message which is different for everyone, and depends on connections and associations those seemingly random words bring up!

The artwork features the magazine, acrylic paint, pen, and marker on handmade acid free paper from South India (made from recycled cotton rag).
This mixed media collage is based on The City Magazine (Issue No 117, July 2017). Images of these two cute animals are  inspired by the topics covered by the issue, and the collage is made of words and quotes cut from the articles. This time it was all about adventures, and it brought up a question: should we climb every mountain, or should some of the mountains remain unclimbed?
 
The picture may hide a message which is different for everyone, and depends on connections and associations those seemingly random words bring up!

The artwork features the magazine, acrylic paint, pen, and marker on handmade acid free paper from South India (made from recycled cotton rag).
This mixed media collage is based on The City Magazine (Issue No 117, July 2017). Images of these two cute animals are  inspired by the topics covered by the issue, and the collage is made of words and quotes cut from the articles. This time it was all about adventures, and it brought up a question: should we climb every mountain, or should some of the mountains remain unclimbed?
 
The picture may hide a message which is different for everyone, and depends on connections and associations those seemingly random words bring up!

The artwork features the magazine, acrylic paint, pen, and marker on handmade acid free paper from South India (made from recycled cotton rag).
This mixed media collage is based on The City Magazine (Issue No 117, July 2017). Images of these two cute animals are  inspired by the topics covered by the issue, and the collage is made of words and quotes cut from the articles. This time it was all about adventures, and it brought up a question: should we climb every mountain, or should some of the mountains remain unclimbed?
 
The picture may hide a message which is different for everyone, and depends on connections and associations those seemingly random words bring up!

The artwork features the magazine, acrylic paint, pen, and marker on handmade acid free paper from South India (made from recycled cotton rag).
This mixed media collage is based on The City Magazine (Issue No 117, July 2017). Images of these two cute animals are  inspired by the topics covered by the issue, and the collage is made of words and quotes cut from the articles. This time it was all about adventures, and it brought up a question: should we climb every mountain, or should some of the mountains remain unclimbed?
 
The picture may hide a message which is different for everyone, and depends on connections and associations those seemingly random words bring up!

The artwork features the magazine, acrylic paint, pen, and marker on handmade acid free paper from South India (made from recycled cotton rag).
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Unclimbed Mountains (Adventure is calling!) Collage

Elena Howard

United Kingdom

Collage, Paper on Paper

Size: 11.7 W x 16.3 H x 0 D in

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This mixed media collage is based on The City Magazine (Issue No 117, July 2017). Images of these two cute animals are inspired by the topics covered by the issue, and the collage is made of words and quotes cut from the articles. This time it was all about adventures, and it brought up a question: should we climb every mountain, or should some of the mountains remain unclimbed? The picture may hide a message which is different for everyone, and depends on connections and associations those seemingly random words bring up! The artwork features the magazine, acrylic paint, pen, and marker on handmade acid free paper from South India (made from recycled cotton rag).

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Collage:Paper on Paper

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Size:11.7 W x 16.3 H x 0 D in

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I am Elena Howard, a London-based mixed media visual artist. I create collages, drawing inspiration (and materials!) from whatever I am reading at the moment. It is a highly intuitive and spontaneous process where I experiment with selecting fragments (words and colours) that I am drawn to, and then combining these with drawn and painted elements, on a prepared surface, to create little poems, shapes, scenes and creatures which reflect themes and topics covered by the source publication(s). I discovered that viewers are drawn to different sets of words which trigger different associations for each person. My collages combine my fascination with the written word and a passion for bold colours. Merging these is my way of transforming the original information and the emotions it triggers into a visual form.

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