Brushes, Hammers, Paste and Nails
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When I first attempted posting these it was via embedding, and I had no idea how much space these would take up here on this Ning site. I'm still not particularly savvy when it comes to things such as MB vs. KB etc., but given the fact that combined, these collage-films of various montages and mixed media as "stills" numbers close to 500, light dawned on Marblehead again. Thank you Janice for your tip and your patience.
Alan Turing, the Soul of the Man Beyond the Verdict, Beyond…
Hi, all --
More people are documenting their work with video these days but it takes up a lot of space when posted directly to this site. Consider posting your videos to YouTube or Vimeo, then giving us some info and a link instead.
Over a decade ago I finished a yearlong art project in which I did an assemblage every week for a year. It was a visual diary and each assemblage was created using found objects and ephemera that were saved from the days prior. The project had the lackluster title of 52 Weeks and it's documented on my website here: http://www.anti-product.com/52-weeks.html…Continue
Posted by Jason McHenry on April 17, 2016 at 12:57pm
This is a case of light dawning on Marblehead. I have been fascinated by writing and art a good deal of my life. Around 2000 I began seeking publication combining the two in various formats, including, early on, entering text directly on image. It was this year, while working on a new series of montages, that it occurred to me I might be able to obtain greater clarity by uploading/merging PDF files. Sixteen years later and here is an example of that result.…Continue
Posted by Stephen Mead on March 21, 2016 at 10:43am