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Bobbi Adams: Among Bobbi Adams various works are some powerful collage-constructions. Posted 5.17.04
Marsha Balian: California artist Marsha Balian's bridges the gap between assemblage and sculpture. Posted 12.17.2008
Lenny Bove: Many of Lenny Bove's assemblages reveal his love for electricity. US. Suggested by Deborah Hayner/ Posted March 2011
Case: The assemblages of Reginald Case explore American
cultural icons. Case also makes collages, drawings and paintings. His
works can be seen in museums world-wide. USA Posted
Some of Deborah Colotti's assemblages are modest in size but others
must be considered installations. US. Suggested by
Deborah Hayner/ Posted January 2011
Sue Cotter: Woodhenge Press, the website of southwestern Utah artist Sue Cotter, showcases her altered books, rock books and narrative assemblage sculpture.Posted 11.1.14
Terry Ray Flowers:
Terry Ray Flowers is a self-taught artist whose works reflect a complex relationship with Christianity. .USA Posted November 2009 Revised 2015
Karen Gallup: Faces, faces, and more faces. Karen Gallup explores the human visage in both assemblage and collage.Posted 12.30.08
Lori K. Gordon: Click on Lori K. Gordon's name to see a collection of her works which contain storm debris from hurricanes Katrina and Gustav. There are approximately one thousand works in the series. See additional works here Posted 2.6.2011
Phillip Graffham: Phillip Graffham's jewel-bedecked M-16 should be enough to get you to visit his site. There are also many more provocative assemblages .Posted 1.30.09
Hall: The assemblages in Joan Hall's "Assemblage I"
gallery have strings attached. Those in her "Assemblage II"
gallery deal with archetypes. Her "Assemblage III" gallery
contains collaborations with an artist who may have died before Ms.
Hall was born. She also makes collages. USA. Posted
James: Whether the unique three-dimensional.works of Sloppy
James are collages or assemblages is something that art-historians of
the future will determine. Don't miss seeing them. Also read his pithy
comments about the world we live in here.
Katie Dell Kaufman: See the assemblages and collages of Katie Dell Kaufman, Instructor of Collage at the Corcoran in Washington, DC. Posted 10.30.2006
Ed Kienholz (1927-1994): Assemblages which are both large in scale and large in importance. The works of a master. USA
John Kuzich: Some of San Francisco artist John Kuzich's assemblages are made entirely of aluminum cans. The results are painterly. See how he makes this happen. Posted 06.17.2010
The Lazarus Corporation: Artist Paul Watson (who lives in Nottingham, UK) shows assemblages, digital collages, and more on this evolving and provocative website. Posted 10.17.2001
Lettieri: The assemblages of San Francisco area artist
Marianne Lettieri are economical, elegant, and articulate.
Alejandro Mazón: The "Diary of an Artist" website of Spanish/Cuban/American artist Alejandro Mazón offers many vividly colored assemblages and and collage paintings which contains pieces of antique wallpaper. USA. Suggested by Jeff Rausch and Scott Schwartz. Posted 11.7.08
Darlene Olivia McElroy: Darlene Olivia McElroy mines found objects for the the metaphors they hold and assembles them into evocative narrative works. She also makes collages. USA. Posted March 2009
Allan Mietla: Economy of style meets mystery and romance in the assemblages of Allan Mietla. Posted January 2011
Jenifer Renzel: Prolific artist Jenifer Renzel's assemblages are pleasingly profound yet unusually unpretentious. Posted March 2011
Bob Rizzo's assemblages include lots of shrines. He also makes collages
and lots of other things. Posted 4.7.09
Rene Rodriguez: The assemblages of Rene Rodriguez reveal the artist's intimate knowledge of, and his affection for, his artistic ancestors. Posted January 2011
The website of assemblage artist Judith Singer features a You Tube video
of her in her studio.US. Posted 3.09.2009
Gerri Ann Siwek: See the assemblages and other works of Saskatchewan artist Geri Ann Siwek, creator of the Funomena Mobile Museum of the Weird and Strange. Canada. Posted 12.17.08
William Skrips: See the playful and profound assemblages of prolific artist William Skrips. Posted 2.28.06
Becki Smith: Texas artist Becki Smith creates three dimensional commentaries on human nature in which she examines stereotypes, gender roles, and quotes and clichés. USA. Posted 12.17.2008
Randie Snow: Randie Snow's work explores the natural balance of the human existence and often strives to find harmony ain seemingly contradictory ideas. . USA. Revised 2015
Susan Spencer: Artists Michael Wilson and Susan Spencer share this site which shows a diverse selection of assemblages. USA. Posted February 2013
Sterzel: The provocative and evocative collages of German
artist Alexander Sterzel combine traditional and digital techniques
with photographs the artist takes himself. Text in
German. Posted 2.2.02
Virginie Transon: See the bright, colorful three-dimensional works of French artist Virginie Transom. Posted Feb 2004
Rebeca Trevino: Rebeca Trevino obtains most of her materials by "dumpster diving." New "finds" lead her artistic journey in new directions. She also makes collages.USA Posted 6.17.2010
Michael Wilson: Artists Michael Wilson and Susan Spencer share this site which shows a diverse selection of assemblages. Posted November 2009, Updated February 2013.
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