Collage

I was posting images of my new collages about once a week or so, but recently been spending too many hours at the day job. This one went along pretty slowly, but it did move in the right direction: toward a kind of condensation, a feeling of a necessary whole with independently moving life throughout—free but patterned. It’s in the same idiom as the others. The areas of coloured paper give a clear, strong arrangement; the watercolour parts are complex and almost like areas of confusion. I try to fit them so they lose their boundaries and blend in with the rest—like the patch that exhales the pink mushroom cloud, flower, face, whatever it is in the middle.

Robert Linsley, Collage #6 2016 watercolor, spray, acrylic, collage on wood

Robert Linsley, Collage #6 2016 watercolor, spray, acrylic, collage on wood

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