Collage entered the realm of the fine arts in the early 20th Century with the Cubists and has had a lively growth through various art movements and styles including Dada, Surrealism, Pop, Constructivism, etc. Collage is a process of attaching various elements together to create a work of art. The concept of collage has spread into literature and music as well.Other constructive styles of working include in the visual arts include assemblage, photo montage and digital montage which shall become sub-categories of "Collage Artists"
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ArtLex - Visual Arts Dictionary: Collage
Collage in art, defined with illustrations, great quotations, and links to other resources.
Artist combines paper, pattern and art to create layered and textured pieces.
Dedicated to the art of collage. Links to resources, workshops, and group exhibitions.
The result of thousands of hours of chewing and spreading. See the art, news/media clips, and order a GumArt calendar.
International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction
Includes writings, images and links to a webring and email group called 'collage'. Part of the International Post-Dogmatist Group's Ontological Museum.
KinderArt - Sculpture and Collage
Sculpture and collage lesson plans for kids of all ages, from KinderArt.
MetroActive Arts | Collage Arts
Article by Zack Stentz.
Yahoo Groups: Collage
Conversation is centered around the technical, theoretical and aesthetic implications generated by a constructive approach to art making.
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