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Originals

VAQUERA SUDOESTE (INDIGO), LONGHORN original paper collage

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VAQUERA SUDOESTE (INDIGO), LONGHORN 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. Rich indigo blue hues with red and mustard yellow accents. All hand cut paper.

Limited Series -- More Info

  • Title: Vaquera Sudoeste Indigo with Longhorn (Collage)
  • Medium: vintage papers on wood
  • Sizes: 56" H x 46" W (framed)
  • Frame: decorative wood frame with antique patina and Museum Plexi
  • Hardware: ready to hang with D-ring hangers
  • Read the inspiration behind this series and receive a first look at works like her: learn more.

The Process

Vaquera (Indigo) with Longhorn is constructed from hand-cut papers on wood panel. All of the papers are vintage, dating from the late 1800s through 1950s/1960s, and selected because of their printed color. When creating these works, I glean through vintage magazines, old ticket stubs, comic books, posters, calendars, and old maps, just to name a few sources. Once I have a good stockpile of these materials, I cut and layer them to create the imagery. Each little piece, including the smallest detail in her hat, is hand cut with scissors.

Learn more about the collage process.