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23 June 2008


kris campbell

Ooops. Meant to type 'h'. Hannah Hoch. :>(

kris campbell

These remind me so of Hannah Hock and John Heartfield. Wonderful!


Artists supporting and complimenting each other! It's fantastic!


Breath deep and raise the, brilliant.

Di Overton

Wow Tara you must be thrilled. What a fabulous piece of work. I also love the Sepias collage - such a strong message


Isn't is incredible that your photograph prompted Mauricio's creativity? Isn't the end result wonderful. Life is all intertwined. This vehicle, the internet is one dazzling place and THIS is a prime example!


What FUN!
Love Cat Woman, Meow, Gurrrrrrrrrrrrr


Tara this is amazing how he creates his artwork using your photograph!How exciting for you!
The "Sepias" piece speaks to me!
P.S. Planning our trip to your city.. hugs NG


These collages are fascinating, but what I love more than that is that you two were able to connect through your wonderful photos! I will check out his website, too.


Lovely new banner and stunning collage. I'm always pleased to learn about someone I'm not yet familiar with. Cheers! And again, welcome back!

studio wellspring

very impressive work ~ i'd never heard of mauricio and am so delighted to have been introduced here. he truly very talented.

Just Jen

that looks extremely difficult to do. What a talent!


This whole post is absolutely stunning. I love the story you tell about meeting an artist who "collaborates" with your work. I wonder if this could begin a trend to share and overlap creativities.

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