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Woman represents a pissed off mother nature, dying of thirst and drought, watching her world melt away, while 'mankind' swims in his abyss of disbelief.

Hand cut and assembled found image collage, acid free glue and art paper, actual measurements 12 1/2" w x 18 7/8"h, ships without frame.
Woman represents a pissed off mother nature, dying of thirst and drought, watching her world melt away, while 'mankind' swims in his abyss of disbelief.

Hand cut and assembled found image collage, acid free glue and art paper, actual measurements 12 1/2" w x 18 7/8"h, ships without frame.
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'Drought' Collage

Jennifer Wojinski

United States

Collage, Paper on Paper

Size: 13 W x 19 H x 0.1 D in

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Woman represents a pissed off mother nature, dying of thirst and drought, watching her world melt away, while 'mankind' swims in his abyss of disbelief. Hand cut and assembled found image collage, acid free glue and art paper, actual measurements 12 1/2" w x 18 7/8"h, ships without frame.

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Collage:Paper on Paper

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Size:13 W x 19 H x 0.1 D in

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I am an intuitive artist, currently residing in Los Angeles with my adopted calico cat, Cousin Lola. I love a great cup of coffee, the smell of smoke and oranges, New Orleans, designing apparel, roasted hazelnuts, vintage clothing, horseback riding, fog, minimal living and collecting and cutting found objects and papers for my work. Themes in my work often revolve around nature, myth, goddess/god, dreams,the occult, race and tribal culture, nomads and nomadic existence, the history of humanity, psychology, etc. I began to understand the world and humanity through art, thus many of my pieces may touch on what appear to be traditional themes. I see them as universal themes, straight from our collective unconscious. I work without intent, clearing my mind to allow the piece to take on its own life, to let go control and become a conduit for this universal expression.

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