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Originals

HEADED HOME original paper collage

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HEADED HOME original paper collage

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Description

Original paper collage features an elk herd heading home with mountains in the background. This large-scale contemporary elk art merges hand-cut paper collage with painting.

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  • Title: Headed Home (Collage)
  • Medium: vintage papers on wood with acrylic painting
  • Size: 40" H x 70" W (framed)
  • Frame: hand-assembled weathered brown wood frame with Museum Plexi
  • Hardware: ready to hang with D-ring hangers

The Process

It’s Elk season and that means lots of movement in the High Country. Take time to pause at your nearest canyon or Aspen-lined meadow and listen for the bugle of one of the West’s most regal ungulates. -- This collage was inspired by a year of extensive reading and research to educate myself on elk and their migratory habits. The background was hand-painted with acrylic but all other detail of the elk family and foreground flora were rendered in hand-cut paper.

Learn more about the collage process.