Mixed Media Assemblage House Gallery
 

Each piece of mixed media collage goes through an eight step process from start to finish.
It is an accumulation of layers that gives each piece its great depth and detail.
Each unique piece of artwork is painted with a mix of acrylic paint, colored pencil, crayon,
oil pastel, and then embellished with beautiful vintage papers, ephemera,
with some assemblage thrown in for good measure.
All pieces are signed and finished with either an archival acrylic finish.

artists note:
When working on this series, I tend to work in groups of threes or sixes.
All of the houses have some degree of assemblage to them. Some more, some less.
All are created out of wood and handpainted and embellished from there.
This series is probably one of my most favorite and probably most challenging for me.
I treat them as individual pieces of sculpture to work in harmony with their neighboring counterparts. I hope you will agree.

 
 

 

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Below are some examples of ways to hang this wonderful grouping on the wall. The 'houses' work best in a 'neighborhood' style grouping,
although solo is fine too, and most all of them go well together.

The pictures below also reflect the kind of texture that I use throughout the majority of my unframed artwork viewed thoughout the website.
I tend to describe the texture similar to frosting on a cake,
only a little bit more firm and certainly not edible!
Please notice the border edging of texture around the artwork as well.
A signature mark of my work!
It adds more textural interest and draws the eye into the picture...

Please contact me if you have a particular idea for your neighborhood!

All artwork is sold on this page but commissions are welcome!

5"x 20x1 1/2" on wood substrate -Larger Houses
5"x18x1 1/2" on wood substrate-Smaller Houses

Prices for the houses are $215-$225ea

                                           
         

 


             
                                           
                 
   

 

 

     
                           
                   
                       
   
 
       
     
                       
   
         
                   
       
                         
   
               
                                 
     
 
 
 
       


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