It takes hours of work to create a single photographic montage. I work with all of my own pictures, taken in Nature at one time or another. I carry a small camera with me most places, and my partner often will here me say "I'm going out to take some pics....just look at that sky … Continue reading The Artistic Process in Montage.
Just a follow-up on my most recent post. I've developed another montage using the paper mache mask I made last fall. I am designing and creating a new montage series this year called "Gaia". I plan to create images symbolic of the emergent and transformative phases of being a true human being. This montage is … Continue reading The Human Journey of Transformation
“Life in Death" Paper-mache Construction (2017) B. Donohue I constructed a paper mache mask this past October in honor of All Souls Day (Nov 1st) and Dia de Muertos, celebrated on November 2nd. At first, I attempted to paint the mask in the tradition of Hispanic artisans, but found I could not. I am not … Continue reading Life in Death – an Artistic perspective…
New art forms take time to unfold. I've been teaching myself to make photographic montages for the past month. It was a spontaneous expression, I never even thought about working with photographs before. I have been working in collage and montage for 2 years now. All hand made, cut out pictures from magazines, glued to … Continue reading New Montage Series: GAIA (2018)
I want to update my blog post to include the jewelry I have posted on my Etsy storefront named "FoxMtnFolkArt". I know that folks have been trying to gain access to the site, but I am a little bit in arrears in catching up with my blog post and sharing sites. I had a conversation … Continue reading New postings for a New Year