August 03, 2009

Disintergration Collaboration Unveiling

Well after a winter and spring of allowing my pages to be hung on the fence here is what I have made from the pieces. DisCo1

DisCo2

DisCo3
They are all pages from a condensed Reader's Digest and were sewn together and painted. As seen here they were left out through snow and rain and high winds and nature! hence the disintegration collaboration put on by Seth Apter.
This wonderful collaboration has brought so many artists from around the world together, all with mother nature in its many forms as the collaborator.







17 comments:

  1. these are fabulous! thanks for sharing- what funn to see what everyone else has come up with!

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  2. Love the combination of paper, fabric, stitching and rusty metal. The beautiful blue in that last one just sings doesn't it?

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  3. These are all just beautifully done! Congrats!

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  4. Very nice work! Love the stitching around the edges. And, of course the rusty washer!
    What are your plans for them?

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  5. This is a real beauty! Bravo!!

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  6. Great looking pages. I particular like the idea of sewing these.

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  7. Thanks for the positive comments! I wanted to originally make a book with the pages. I like the idea of prayer flags so haven't made a final decision on the final outcome.

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  8. Lovely creations from beginning to end!

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  9. Beautiful stitch work and embellishment:)

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  10. 1st i like how you hung your pages out to "dry"...along the fence and especially loved the winter in snow shot. A wonder they stayed on the line.
    2nd i like the outcome, as a textile art quilter i appreicate the sewing of the parts and they came together in a lovely series of little art quilts!

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  11. a girl after my own heart, I love how these turned out, thanks for stopping by my blog...

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  12. These old Readers Digest pages had no idea they would end up being made into such gorgeous art. Very creative and well done.

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  13. LOVE this!! Your little works of art are so neat!! This project was such an amazing experience.

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  14. love what you did w/your pieces~

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