There’s something compelling about reframing the message from discarded scraps to make a new piece. The text, which initially was the primary focus, becomes secondary to texture, color, and line. For me collage reanimates the ephemeral. … [Read more...]
About Cherie Hunter Day
Cherie Hunter Day lives near San Jose, California. Her collages have appeared in a variety of publications including Blue Mesa Review, Bones, is/let, moongarlic, and regularly in otoliths. Her most recent collection of micro poetry is for Want (2017) Ornithopter Press.