Laura S. Sitges
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  • New Orleans, LA
  • United States
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Laura S. Sitges commented on Patrick M. Tierney's blog post A MANIFESTO
"Misters Tierney and Wilson - I'm new to this kind of art, and hence, am new to the deeper philosophical issues involved.  Are you really saying that the average person who feels the need to create an assemblage of things should not be…"
May 4, 2016
Laura S. Sitges left a comment for Stephen Mead
"Thank you so much, Stephen!  What a cure for the timidity I feel at starting not only my association with the ISACA, but my post-Katrina identity as an assemblage artist half way through my 50s.  Our pieces, while quiet different,…"
May 3, 2016
Stephen Mead left a comment for Laura S. Sitges
"I love the idea of your guiding principle and also how the violin piece you posted really flows. I hope you don't mind I am re-posting your link so others can just click on it and be inspired. http://postkatrinastella.com/"
May 2, 2016
Laura S. Sitges posted a photo

Violin at Sea

Things from my childhood with my grandparents
May 2, 2016
Laura S. Sitges is now a member of The International Society of Assemblage and Collage Artists
Dec 26, 2013

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What kind of art do you do?
I promote found-art/assemblage artists on my blog DIY Found-Art for the Sentimental Packrat. My own art is solely for my own home with my own family pieces, though it is chronicled for the public in the blog. My target population is the everyday person who has the task of cleaning out a family house and doesn't know what to do with things they find and love and don't want to throw away. My goal is to stop people from throwing mementoes away, but rather make something out of them or find an artist who can.
What is your website address?
postkatrinastella.com
What is the guiding principle in your art?
nostalgia, family memories, retaining family legacy for future generations in a minimalist, throw-away world.

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At 5:50pm on May 2, 2016, Stephen Mead said…

I love the idea of your guiding principle and also how the violin piece you posted really flows. I hope you don't mind I am re-posting your link so others can just click on it and be inspired. http://postkatrinastella.com/

 
 
 

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