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Originals

Cowgirl (Bison) Original Paper Collage

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Cowgirl (Bison) Original Paper Collage

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Description

Original paper collage featuring a cowgirl sporting two pistols, guns pointing up, and wearing classic western shirt with bison shirt. All hand-cut paper with painted grey background. Finished in handmade salvaged tin frame and Museum Plexi.

Limited Series More Info

  • Title: Cowgirl Bison (Collage)
  • Medium: vintage papers on wood
  • Size: 46" H x 38" W (framed)
  • Frame: finished in handmade salvaged tin frame with Museum Plexi
  • Hardware: ready to hang with wire on back
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The Process

Another formidable female in the Vaquera series, this particular collage leans strongly in the southern plains direction. Bison are often seen as wise mythical creatures, so it seemed natural to emblazon this gal’s shoulders with such strong emblems. Rendering them in paper adds a sense of delicacy to an otherwise rigid motif, and brings together the masculine and feminine forms found in much of my other work.

Learn more about the collage process.