Saturday, October 10, 2015

OM.2015.015 - Ed Varney, Canadada - Canada

OM.2015.015.01 through .015.11 - Ed Varney, Canadada - Canada
a package of several chapbooks, artistamps, and ephimera

OM.2015.014 - William Greiner - USA

OM.2015.014 - William Greiner - USA - collage on paper 10x8 inches

OM.2015.013 - Derek Owens - Exhibition Catalog - USA

OM.2015.013 - Dr. Derek Owens Curator - USA
- Exhibition Catalog and several postcards with note
Exhibition at Saint John's University, Dr. M. T. Geoffery Yeh Art Gallery entitled; "'Vices Peculiar to These Eclectics' Contemporary Collage" April 1-May 5
a group exhibition including collage artists:
 Virginia Fleck, Vanessa German, Caroline Golden, Don Joint, Beat Klein and Hendrikje Quhne, Lance Letscher, Paul Loughney, Richard Meier, Robert Ohnigian, David Poppie, Donna Sharrett, Katherine Streeter, Maritta Tapanainen, Mark Wagner, Peter Lamborn Wilson

Plastic bags and coloured pencils, seashells and grouse wings, vintage encyclopedias and rare books, doilies and dollar bills are some of the materials found in the collages and assemblages of fifteen contemporary artists in “Vices Peculiar to These Eclectics: Contemporary Collage” at the Dr. M. T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery at St. John’s University in Queens, New York. Bringing together nearly fifty works of art, this exhibition also puts a spotlight on writers working in written and visual collage forms, a tour of old and recent collage publications, and a “sound collage” wing where visitors can listen to sampling, remixes, and mashups. This show is a celebration and a provocation, a lively glimpse into how today’s hunter-gatherers are making art, text, and sound in a climate of information and material overload.

OM.2015.012 - Kim Largey - USA

 OM.2015.012 - Kim Largey - USA - collage on paper - 3.5 x 8 inches

Artist Statement:
"The most interesting ideas lie at the point of intersection and entanglement, and my work investigates that location. I explore the dueling elements of our relationship to our spaces and environments and how we control and manipulate them. I want to unravel the complexity of our actions and decisions in the increasingly disjointed and abstract nature of our social and physical existence. Using common materials and sumptuous color, this work portrays the tension between aspiration and reality, attempting to coexist in the same domain, aiming to combine two opposing worlds only to discover that the rigid structure that we strive for is unattainable."

OM.2015.010-011 - Carolina Otero - Venezuela, Houston, Texas USA

OM.2015.010-011 - Carolina Otero - Venezuela, Houston, Texas USA -
'THIS AND THAT' I & II - 12 x 9 x .5 inches mixed media on panel

OM.2015.009 - Atelier Stiliachus Fluxus - Germany

 OM.2015.009 - Atelier Stiliachus Fluxus - Germany - fluxbox with toothbrushes and documents

OM.2015.008 - Alma Neas - from Santa Fe, New Mexico

OM.2015.008 - Alma Neas - Santa Fe, New Mexico
mixed media collage on panel - 12x12 inches - framed by the artist