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Gentle Wings - Wabi-Sabi inspired Collage Tryptych

31.00"W x 12.00"H x 1.0"D

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Cindy Fort

FORT WORTH, TX

Medium: Collage

Subject Tags: dragonfly, modern, nature, minimalist, mixed-media, birds, butterfly, landscape, wabi-sabi, mixed media, sewn, neutral

Media: ink, small, acrylic, paper, collage, modeling paste, vintage, branches, linen on paper

Size: 31"W x 12"H x 1"D

Year Created: 2018

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Gentle winged creatures invite us into their simple, quiet lives in these wabi-sabi inspired artworks. Looking at these pieces is like taking a walk along a wooded trail. Scientific research has proven that nature has a calming effect to our inner being, and calm is what these three art collages bring to any room they would hang in. A mix of vintage papers, imported paper, and even novel pages from the 1890s join with linen fabric to weave a relaxing neutral visual landscape. that includes natural elements. Deep texture is achieved with the addition of twigs and by building up the background in the same color as the 140 lb. cold press paper base.

I enjoyed the process of creating these companion pieces; peace was in my heart, and all who have seen these three works comment on how calm and peaceful they are. I hope peace fills your home as these pictures hang on your wall (signed and numbered on the front).

You can see more images of "Papillon" here: bit.ly/1JGn6DT
You can see more images of "Aviary" here: bit.ly/1IdPvPi
You can see more images of "Tonbo" here: bit.ly/1VVQbQC

My faith permeates my life and finds its way into my art through symbols, colors, words, and objects

I have always been a collector of things. I remember gathering pretty pebbles in a baby food jar, chosen from a creek that ran through the farm I lived on as a girl. Mom poured water in the jar to help clean up those precious gems, and we placed it in the porch windowsill where we could admire the soft beauty of the stones...the jar remained there through that winter, the frigid temperatures causing the water in the jar froze, trapping tiny air bubbles amid the pebbles - the effect was beautiful. I've never outgrown the wonder of finding the surprise of beauty in the ordinary rhythms of life. For me, my art and my calling to help others are an extension of my passion for gathering together fragments and bits of beauty from around my world... And that is what I want to help you with. To discover the quiet beauty and remarkable peace that waits to be discovered in the ordinary, commonplace, collected moments that color the masterpiece that is your life! {In expressing ourselves creatively, we are inspired and inspire others! Let art fill your home and life with inspiration and beauty!}

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