Artist’s Statement: My recent collage work reflects my interest in fragmentation (fragments of memory) and displacement. I’m interested to deconstruct and interpret already existing images to create new meaning(s).
Artist’s Statement: Collage is just the best thing ever, because, guess what – it is so easy! Too lazy and impatient for actual drawing or painting, I got interested in collage as a perfect way to look for new meanings of things, tell stories and ‘paint’ dreamy landscapes. I create surreal realms I’d love to […]
Artist’s statement: “Everything is Collage.” You – Your Mom – This Statement Your Ideas – Your Entire Worldview – Society The Universe Itself. Just as quarks come together to form atoms – to form molecules – to form complex structures – to form life, your innermost thoughts – beliefs – ideas are formed from the […]
Artists’ Statement:This series of works is somehow a playful dialogue with art history, perhaps an involuntary attempt to re-evaluate our contemporary attitudes towards the authenticity and “immortality” of what is called a “Work of Art”; to bring into a parallel relationship our joyous and unattainable (mis)understanding of what is Modern and what Walter Benjamin calls […]
For years Gloria Avner has explored and taught ancient batik painting techniques using ink, wax, and watercolor on delicate Ginwashi ricepaper. Her collages enter a different realm, often focusing on tribal themes evolved from years of travel and study in Asia, Africa, and South America. Forty days ago she embarked on a new series: daily […]