Snakes and Ladders Collage by Ed Buziak

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Snakes and Ladders

Ed Buziak


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This artwork - the 41st in my expanding dedicated series loosely based on the fortification designs of Vauban - uses pre-assembled sheets of Canson Mi-Teinte papers forming stripes, plus acrylic painted sheets of Canson Imagine art paper… all as a collage on canvas. The sheets were marked-up and cut out as angles - the striped ones representing ladders, the ones with rounded heads indicating snakes - and applied to the pre-painted 80 x 80 cm canvas adhering to an invisible 100 square 10 x 10 grid… in effect being an artistic version of the popular family board game “Snakes and Ladders”. 

All my recent artworks using painted or applied elements of carefully drawn angles are originally taken from the works of Maréchal Vauban, or Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban (1633-1707), who is considered one the of the greatest military engineers of all time. In his life he was responsible for the fortification of over 160 places in France… but his major contribution to warfare was his methods of attack, which revolutionised siege warfare. However, the shapes and angles of his defensive walls surrounding many French towns and seaports have influenced the design of my current series artworks.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Saatchi Art Limited Edition of:25

Size:34 W x 34 H x 0.1 D in

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Artist... photographer... writer... plant-based... fixie cyclist... minimalist... easy going... I studied Interior Design at art college in the 1960s, then worked in the TV and film industry for more than a decade, before turning to photography full-time. Later I published and edited specialist photographic magazines on darkroom techniques for several years and now supply images to the world's largest photo agency from my current location in France. In hard working retirement I split my creative output equally between fine art and stock photography as I explore ways of working both with old-fashioned paper, pencil and paint, and with a new generation of mirrorless digital cameras. Blog site :

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