New Assemblages: Frontiers & Broken Foundation

Today I’m pleased to share two new assemblages:  Frontiers & Broken Foundation. They’re the newest additions to the series of assemblages I’ve been working on since late December, and they’re the fourth and fifth assemblages I’ve added to my Etsy shop.

Frontiers

frontier

I can’t recall where I found this black and white photo, but when I found it I knew I had to buy it.  I’d never seen anything quite like it, and knew it would be a strong foundation for a piece of art.  This lady from long ago is standing on her homestead, in the snow, looking off into the distance.  Such a lovely image – one that I’ve enhanced with elements like a vintage mirror, butterfly, bullet shells, vintage ledger paper, vintage cloth tape measure, a button, and a mini saw blade.

butterfly

bullets

 Broken Foundation

foundation assemblage

This is another photo I just had to buy.  This little girl has such personality – hands on hips in her cute dress.  Her image has been paired with a ribbon bow, vintage buttons, broken china pieces, a blue lens, and gold photo frames with words/phrases in them.  I also stamped on the photo with permanent black ink…

girl

frames1

These assemblages are each priced at $140 and are available for purchase in my Etsy store.  Please pop over and take a peek!

I hope you’re having a wonderful week, dear readers.  Happy Spring!

Warm regards,
Melody

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  1. Posted April 2, 2014 at 12:08 pm by Jo Murray | Permalink

    Your assemblages are to die for. Just amazing!

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