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Originals

HEARTBREAKER original paper collage

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HEARTBREAKER original paper collage

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Description

Original paper collage artwork on wood of vaquera/cowgirl with Day of the Dead face paint and braided hair. Wearing a white western shirt with cactus shoulder detail. Contemporary western figurative artwork. All hand-cut paper. Finished in handmade salvaged tin frame and Museum Plexi.

Limited Series -- More Info

  • Title: Heartbreaker (Collage)
  • Medium: vintage papers on wood
  • Size: 46.25" H x 38.25" W (framed)
  • Frame: finished in handmade salvaged tin frame with Museum Plexi
  • Hardware: ready to hang with wire on back
  • Read the inspiration behind this series and receive a first look at works like her: learn more.

The Story

Part of the inspiration for this series came from folk tales my father would share around the campfire each summer, and also my desire to create a Western heroine heroine who represented the strong female role models in my life: my wife, my mother, my sister, my aunt, my grandmothers. I imagine these collaged figures as a band of sisters, each with their own distinct personality and style. They come from a place of strength and nurture, fiercely protective of their family, community, and sense of right.