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Opening September 25, 2014 Exhibit : Paper Dresses at Press: Letterpress as Public Art Project, North Adams, MA A group collaboration curated by artist, MCLA art professor and gallery manager, Melanie Mowinski. Read about it here. My new work Dharma Dress, a 38” x 48” mixed media paper dress collage will be featured along with […]
Collage and Mixed Media: Spirit House Assemblage The House is a very strong symbol for place, home, memories and our inner being. Spirit houses are a Thai tradition common in every home and are believed to protect the inhabitants from ill fortune. Sometimes we think of small enclosures that house our memories as, reliquaries or […]
Collage Cartography Studio Explore with altered maps, painted maps and repurposed maps as paper for collage construction. Learn Pop-Ups and folded map forms or work in 2-D on panel. Design and create your own meaningful compass rose to find your true north. We’ll add surface stitches, photomontage, image transfers and more. We’ll map our minds, […]
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Karen Arp-Sandel, inspirational artist, educator, KYT, spiritual activist and founder of the international Vibrant Visionary Collage Community, awakens the transformational experience of mindful creativity. A teacher of YogaED,YIS and Kripalu Yoga, Karen is passionate about the benefits of Yoga on and off the mat. She brings 30 years of dedication to envisioning the creative process […]
Art + Yoga Intensive: Collage and Mixed-Media Challenge (click title for more info at the IS183 website) Enter the creative zone for an inspirational flow of collage technique challenges. This week-long intensive will jump-start your collage ideas for a summer dedicated to your new found collage -a- day practice. Learn how easy Yoga breathing techniques […]
FeMail is the continuous visual dialogue between Karen Arp-Sandel and Suzi Banks Baum, about what really matters. Mailing strong since 2007, Karen and her collaborator send collage post cards by USPS, across state borders, to one another in the mountains between NYS and MA. The Museum is the Mail Box!