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Jenny Honnert Abell: See the surreal painterly collages of Jenny Honnert Abell. USA Posted 2.6.2011

Susan Adamé: Susan Adamé describes her collages as "contemporary abstract geometric compositions suspended in pools of color." USA Posted 7.20.08

Alyta Adams: See the spiritually connected collages of Alyta Adams. Click on "Human & Devine" on her collage art webpage. Ms. Adams website also includes a series of collages focusing on "Place." USA Posted 5.07.2010

Bobbi Adams: Among Bobbi Adams various works are some powerful collage-constructions. USA Posted 5.17.04

Clare Murray Adams: The collages of Claire Murray Adams are artful, painterly, and sometimes include found objects as well. USA Posted 10.21.2006

agraphie: Sometimes the obvious is not so obvious... Posted 8.16.2007

Daniela Akerblom: The collages of Daniela Akerblom celebrate our fragmented society with intelligence, cynicism, and humor. This page is temporary until her website is finished. Posted 7.8.2008

C. Albert: The "Aerial Dreams" collages of C. Albert are accompanied by poems. They are about more than flying. See additional works by this artist here. Posted 5.29.09

Michael Albert: Michael Albert 's collages cast a new light on familiar pop culture packaging. Posted 9.23.2009

Clifford Alejandro: The collages of Clifford Alejandro are used by many publications as illustration. Click on "enter" for access to the images. Posted 12.27.2008

Lada Alekseychuk: Ukranian artist Lada Alekseychuk lives in Italy. She makes big collages (up to 12 ft x 120 ft - 4 meters x 40 meters) Her website only shows a detail of Pandemonium (her largest work) but, if you have hi-speed internet, you can see movies of the whole work here ...." Posted 9.21.04

Sally Jean Alexander: Sally Jean Alexander combines collage and jewelry. Some stand-alone collages as well. USA Posted 9.25.04

Dick Allowatt: Dick Allowatt creates carefully composed and delicately colored evocative collages and collage-constructions USA Posted 2.01.2009

Phyllis Stone Aliber: Of her collages Ms. Aliber writes: "I let intuition and the joy of expression guide me..." USA Posted 9.21.04

Bina Altera: Brooklyn, NY artist Bina Altera uses transfer techniques with great facility. Her works are sometimes sold as illustration. USA Posted 2.5.2007

Carin Andersson: To see the collages of Carin Andersson on her blog click on her name. Posted 9.6.09 The collages on this website defy description ("anti-text") and speak for themselves..." Posted 6.11.05

Apostolos: Profound collages and videos which quote the past and explore present realities as they examine the human condition. Netherlands Posted 10.15.2005

Roberta Arenson: Children's Book Illustrator Roberta Arenson makes joyful collages. You can see them here. USA Posted 4.30.02

Steve Argy: Multitalented artist, musician and writer Steve Argy makes both analog and digital collages. USA Posted 1.5.08

Ariel Collage: Ariel’s colorful collages often deal with love and mythology. Her website has illustrated poems, too. USA Posted 3.28.05

Christel Arnold: Born in Germany, painter and collage artist Christel Arnold now lives in Llançà, Spain. She explores new universes in her collages. Text available in English , German , French , and Spanish.
Posted 12.09.00 Updated 9.24.06

Jean Arp (1886-1966): See one of Jean Arp's famous "composition according to the laws of chance" collages.

ARTCOLLE: The newly-revisoned website of ARTCOLLE, The Museum and Center for the Documentation of the Art of Collage in Plémet, France founded by artist Pierre Jean Varet. This website includes an illustrated dictionary of contemporary collage artists and their work. Click on the letters in the navigation bar for alphabetically arranged drop down menus. You can find the old Artcolle website here. Text in French with some translated pages. Posted 3.16.99 Revised March 2006, Revised July 201l, Revised November 2012

Artella: Artella is a magazine and support network for artists, writers, and creative spirits which features works combining images and words. Many of Artella's offerings include collage. USA Posted 10.09.03

Art with a Capital F: The author of this site, Mac, is a Scottish artist who might be described as an outsider artist. But the question of who's on the inside and who's on the outside is not easily answered. Scotland Posted 5.16.02

ateate: Many collages (and movies, flash presentations, etc) by the ateate arts group in Lithuania. Note: If you have a slow speed internet connection look for the "too fast?" link at the top of the first page. Lithuania Posted 8.16.2007

Bertrand Athouel: The enigmatic and sometimes complex collages of French artist Bertrand Athouel hint at worlds unseen. Click on his name to ee his updated blog. France Posted 5.23.2006 and Revised 12.09.2007.and Revised 2013.

Carolyn Moore Atkinson: The collages of Carolyn Moore Atkinson are filled with joy and celebration. Posted 11.27.2011

Edith Aube: See the post-revolutionary collages of Edith Aube. Be sure to visit the archives on her site. France Posted May 2009.

Vittorio Baccelli: Poet and visual artist Vittorio Baccelli shows some interesting collage images at this site. To find his literary works you must visit All text in Italian Italia Posted 10.10.02

Marsha Balian: California artist Marsha Balian's collages are strong, colorful, and direct. She also combines collage with sculpture. Posted 12.17.2008

Jennifer Bailey: Jennifer Bailey is an American artist working in Paris, France in the fashion and magazine world of collage. Some of her collages have been made into large posters. Her website is hi-tech and finding one's way around is somewhat difficult . If you get trapped just close your browser tab. Posted April 2009

Jonathon Baker: The collages of UK artist Jonathon Baker use human figures and other representational images to comment on contemporary society. Posted 11.20.00

N. A. Balasundaram: See the bright and bold collages of New Delhi, India artist N. A. Balasundaram in his on-line gallery. Click on the individual works to enlarge them. Flash Required. India Posted 8.06.08

Ann Baldwin's Art Studio: London born Bay Area artist/educator Ann Baldwin offers a gallery of her collages and additional galleries of her students works as well. USA Posted 7.18.00

David Ball: David Ball, a faculty member at the San Francisco Academy of Art, makes collages and collage illustrations. USA Posted 8.22.02

Nick Bantock: The website of Nick Bantock, collage artist and author of the Griffin and Sabine trilogy, The Artful Dodger, and many other books . USA Posted 3.5.99. Revised 11.27.07

Doug Barker: Doug Barker uses collage as a starting point for social commentary. His site contains both collage and non-collage works. USA Posted 8.01.04

Lindsay Barrie: Some of the inhabitant's of Lindsay Barrie's collage-world are well known. Posted 4.11.2004

ball Bruce Bayard: Bruce Bayard's digital paintings almost always include collage elements. Posted July 2012

Lou Beach: Many of Lou Beach's topical and sometimes provocative collages have graced the covers of national magazines. USA Posted 3.28.05

Romare Bearden (1911-1988): If you don't know Bearden's work you're missing something. Here are links to some sites showing his work: The Bearden Foundation /// Bearden at Humanities Web /// Bearden at the Hirshhorn Museum /// Bearden's Black and White Photomontages. Posted 4.21.2003 Revised 12.08.2003 & 2.08.2004

Rick Begnaud: Frayed and bold fabrics provide both pattern and rhythmic repetition in boldly conceived collages of Rick Begnaud, an artist with roots in the cajun country whose journeys have brought him into contact with Bob Dylan, Robert Rauschenberg and many other creative folks. USA Posted 4.9.08

Felicia Belair-Rigdon: Collage, drawing, and painting skillfully and artfully combined. See more works here. USA Posted Jan 2012.

Ray Beldner: Ray Beldner references other artists in his "counterfeit" collages made of currency. USA Posted 11.24.2007

Julia R. Berkley: Julia Berkley's fabric collages focus on nature, both real and imagined. USA Posted 11.24.2007

us flag Deborah Berman: Deborah Berman's collages reveal her familiarity with cubism, suprematism, and abstract expressionism. USA Posted 11.6.2013

Yann Berte: French collagist Yann Berte makes bold, dynamic large-scale portrait collages and more.France. Text in many languages from Arabic to to Vietnamese / Posted 12.14.04

Gérard Bertrand: The digital collages of Gérard Bertrand are premised on a possible meeting of Kafka and Proust. France. Text in French and English. Posted 8.15.06

ukflag Josie Beszant: In the hands of North Yorkshire artist Josie Beszant, found fragments become keys which open collage-doors to deeper and sometimes darker places. UK, Posted December 2012.

Karen Bettencourt: Karen Bettancourt creates both traditional and digital collages which focus on the human condition. Posted 11.24.2007

austria Susanna Binder: The collages of self-taught artist Susanna Binder celebrate the joyous possibilities that are available to all of us. Text in German. Posted February 2014

Pedro Birkett : The collages of poet and artist Pedro Birkett are marked by spontaniety and a lack on inhibition. See them on his blog. Posted July 2011

Mariella Bisson: See the large-scale representational collages of Mariella Bisson. Be sure to use the little arrows to scroll through the images. Posted 8.16.04

Lauren Blachier: Laurent Blachier expertly and creatively uses collage as a medium for illustration. French Posted 12.09.2007

Rosie Blackshaw: Rosie Blackshaw's collages and collage-paintings often focus on faces.. UK Posted 2.01.2009

Lue Bleylhine: The website of collage & photomontage artist extraordinaire, Hélène Builly, has some mysterious aspects. French Posted 12.16.2007 Narrative collages inspired by Romare Bearden, Jeff Tweedy (of Wilco), and Six Feet Under, among others. Posted 6.11.05

Martin Bloom: Martin Bloom's representational collages include portraits and still-lifes. USA Posted 6.11.05

Mark Boellaard : See the remarkable collages and photomontages of Dutch artist Mark Boellaard. Posted 12.17.2008 Revised 2010

Peter Boersma: Sophisticated collages on a sophisticated website which allows visitors to see closeups of details. Text in Dutch. Posted 6.17.2010.

Books about Collage and Collage Artists: An online bibliography created by Jonathan Talbot, author of this list of links. USA Posted 12.7.99

George Bogiatzidis: The large-scale collages of George Bogiatzidis find their inspiration in everything from renaissance paintings to comic books. Posted 1.10.2007 Revised June 2009

italy flag Luciano Botta: The collages of Luciano Botta are at one time both abstract and representational. Italy. Posted December, 2012

Jon Boxerman : Jon Boxerman's collages blur the line between the beautiful and the ugly as well as the line between the imagined and the absurd. Posted January 2011 - Suggested by Brian Deming

Mark Bradford: Los Angeles artist Mark Bradford's large-scale collages contain hundreds (even thousands) of small pieces. USA Posted 8.27.06

David Brady: David Brady combines drawing and collage to create powerful works. USA Posted 11.20.2000 Revised 12.12.2005

Laura Breitman: Laura Breitman creates beautiful representational collages made entirely of fabric. USA Posted 12.6.2002

Kinga Britschgi: The "Wanderer's Tale" continues, revealing new adventures. USA Posted 3.5.99 Revised 12.10.2004

Cynthia Brody: Cynthia Brody, a San Francisco area artist, creates surreal stories in mixed media/collage representing women and the roles they play in their personal lives and cultures.USA Posted 2.01.2009

Maureen Brouillette: The collage paintings of Maureen Brouillette are, in part, responses to the contemporary technological landscape which we inhabit. USA Posted 10.18.08

Janine Brown: Among the collages of Janine Brown are some which fold, unfold, and stand alone and others which are "gates... into a deeper experience of reality.".USA Posted 10.009.2010

Dieter Bruhns: Using more than paper in his collages, German artist Dieter Bruhns describes his website as a homage to Kurt Schwitters. Deutschland. It helps to have Flash to see this site. Text in German. Posted 4.18.2002

Max Bucaille (1906-1992): Relatively few of Max Bucaille's black and white surrealist collages can be seen on the internet but you can find some here and here. Posted 1.18.11

Paul Burgess: Paul Burgess' collages approach photomontage but belong in this collage listing as much because of what is "not there" in his works as because of what is. UK Posted November 2011.

Christopher Butler: Christopher Butler's collages explore the verbal interface of science and art. Posted 1.20.06

Diane Bykowski: From Pet Portraits to Landscapes, Diane Bykowski does it all... Included are some mixed media collages. USA Posted 4.21.03

Kalynn Campbell: Los Angeles painter and illustrator Kalynn Campbell is one of the early artists in the 'Lowbrow' art movement. His subtitles add to the enjoyment of the work. USA March 2010

finflag flag Vivi-Mari Carpelan: Repetition of images mark some of artist Vivi-Mari Carpelan's collages. Many explore being part of, or apart from, society. The artist, born in Finland and living in England, also makes artist's films, some of which can be seen on her website. Posted February 2014

Reginald Case: The photo collages of Reginald Case explore subjects ranging from American Folk Art to the Holocaust. Case also makes assemblages, drawings and paintings. His works can be seen in museums world-wide. USA Posted 09.15.08

Marc Cato: The collages of second generation artist Marc Cato are often elegant in their simplicity and directness. The works on this website span 22 years of the artists career. USA Posted 7.1.09

Carnival of Chaos: Political Collages and Photomontages which combine a healthy dose of social commentary with bittersweet humour. USA Posted 11.29.04

David Caspar / The Secret Window: German artist David Caspar describes The Secret Window as "a personal view into my young heart." Collages, assemblages, and altered books can be found there. Deutschland. Text in English Posted 2.15.04

dutch flag Celine: Childlike directness and aldult expertise are partners in the collages of Netherlands artist Celine Leopold. Her works have been used to illustrate children's books Posted September, 2012

Bindu Chadaga: A moveable "color-window" introduces you to the work of this self-described "emerging" collage artist. Posted 10.30.03

Robin Chandler: The collages of Robin Chandler, winner of Fulbright and National Endowment for the Arts awards, are powerful, elegant and expressive. They have been exhibited worldwide. Click on Robin's name to reach her website. Also find more of Robin's work at USA Posted 2.22.01 Revised: 3.13.06

Gerry Charm: Gerry Charm's collages include many images from classical sources. USA Posted 11.24.07

us flag Ophelia Chong: Leaf forms predominate in many of the works of Ophelia Chong who creates both fine and "commercial art" collages. See a wide selection of her fine art collages here. USA Posted September 2012

Alfie Christiansen: Alfie Christiansen offers prints of his collages for sale on his blog. USA Posted 7.04.05

Pam Christiansen: Pam Christiansen's joy-filled collages reflect her holistic world-view and her afinity for nature. USA Posted 7.04.05

Vladimir Chukich: The exemplary collages (and other works) of Bulgarian artist Vladimir Chukich. Bulgaria Posted 1.12.04

Cristina Clarimón: Cristina Clarimón Alinder is a Spanish artist living and working in the United States. Her collages explore personal and spiritual relationships. USA Posted 3.18.05

Michelle Cohen: Unexpected and mysterious juxtapositions of images mark many of the works of this prolific collage artist. Also a "curious" tarot deck (major arcana and court cards only). Posted 7.20.08

Liz Cohn: The older collages of Liz Cohn explore our relationships to ourselves and the world we live in. Her newer works explore typography. USA Posted 8.16.04 Revised 12.15.08

amflag Gail Coito: Texture and dimension both play important roles in the collages of Gail Coito. USA Posted December 2012

João Colagem: The human form takes on new meaning in the works of João Colagem, a Brazilian artist living in the Netherlands. Text in English, Dutch, and Portugese / Brazil Posted 7.5.04

"collage" e-mail list: An e-mail listserve where you can communicate with other folks interested in collage. Created by Cecil Touchon.USA Posted 3.5.99

Collage Artists of America: Collage Artists of America is a California-based membership organization of artists working in collage. USA Posted 1.10.2006

"collageartists" e-mail list: Another e-mail listserve where you can communicate with other folks interested in collage. Created by Michelle (Shel) Billett.USA Posted 3.5.99

The Collage Circus: Website of New Zealand artist Peter Lewis. Lewis's new black and white surrealist collages made from 19th century illustrations are inspired by Max Ernst's "Une Semaine De Bonte." Click "Gallery" at the top of the page. There links to the artist's "pop surrealist" works and his political collages as well. New Zealand Posted 03.22.0/ Revised 08.09.2003

Collage Clearinghouse: A blog created by Julie Sadler which will lead you on a whole new journey of exploration into the world of collage.Posted 2.1.2007 is a new site with a mission & a historical and philosophical overview. Created by artist David Turner. Collage andAssemblage artists can apply for shows here.USA Posted 3.5.99

collage machine 1.0: A website where you can create your own collage by selecting and arranging images. Reload the page for a new set of images..Posted May 2009 Doug Rhodes has put together this collective collage artists' website which celebrates a weekly get-together in Santa Cruz, California.USA Revised 4.14.08

Collagista: John Hart's "zine" created in support of collage and collage artists. The website is still under construction but you can find a link to the first issue here. Australia. Posted 10.06.2009

Christian Collins: It is hard to imagine the amount of work that goes into creating the amazingly detailed collages of Christian Collins. Because of the symmetry in the works of this artist, finding the elements is also a challenge. See additional works here and here. Posted December 2010

Robin Colodzin: Representational and abstract impulses dance together in the collages of Robin Colodzin. USA Posted March 2009

flag G Comini: Brazilian collage artist G. Comini cuts paper with exceptional expertise. Many of the collages on the artist's website make use of mirror-image symmetry punctuated by asymmetry.. Brazil Posted February 2014.

Cecilia Comito: Landscape and still life collages made of papers painted with watercolors can be seen on Comito's website. USA Posted Oct 2011

Claudia Congleton: There's more than meets the eye in Claudia Congleton's collages made from vintage photographs and papers.Posted 7.2.03 Revised Jan 2011

Jo Ann Cooksey Bono: The human figure plays a large role in the sometimes humorous collages of Jo Ann Cooksey Bono. Posted 9.26.04

Robin Anne Cooper: South Carolina artist Robin Anee Cooper creates figurative collages of painted and cut canvas..Posted 7.20.08

Dale Copeland: Dale Copeland makes assemblages and collages. She was an invited guest artist at the 2nd International Symposium of Collage in Plovdiv, Bulgaria and has also organized a number of collage exhibitions and exchanges. New Zealand Posted 4.17.03

Copyright Information for Collage Artists: A collection of links pertaining to copyright (which is different from the right to copy).

I. C. Corjan : The digital collages of Romanian artist I. C. Corjan are inspired by the classical surrealist movement of the 20th century. Romania Posted 4.12.2001

Joseph Cornell (1903-1972): This site offers an extensive list of sources of images of works by preeminent collage and assemblage artist Joseph Cornell. You can also find Cornell thumbnails which blow up here. USA Posted 4.21.99 Revised 1.20.07

Aliette Couette: The collages of French artist Aliette range from minimalist to complex and from narrative to abstract. France. Posted 5.13.2006

Valeree Cox: Valeree Cox combines collage with painting in her works on canvas. Her verbal notes add to the viewers' enjoyment. USA Posted 9.2.08

Bob Craig : Representational collages with a sophisticated sense of color. Posted 5.22.2004

Nikie Crawford: Surreal juxtaposition of text and object mark the understated collages of Nikie Crawford. Posted 10.30.08

Leonard Croskey: The collages of Leonard Croskey balance carefully on a tightrope stretching from the mundane to the sublime. USA Posted 4.9.08 Suggested by Yvonne Mignon.

Dolores Cribbs: Texas artist Dolores Cribbs combines watercolor and collage in both abstract and figurative mixed-media works. Posted 6.30.02

Daily Collage Project: Artist Dilar Pereira, working at this time in Lisbon, Portugal, makes a small scale collage every day and uploads them to this site. Posted 11.11.06

Simone Daini / storie§affumicate: The blog of Simone Daini of Firenze, Italy conatins some unusually socially relevant collages.Text in Italian and translatable Italy, Posted July, 2011

Anita Dallar: The collages of Florida artist Anita Dallar reflect interests in music, dance, and much more. USA Posted 11.14.09

Stephanie Dalton Cowan: Artworks which combine traditional and digital techniques. USA Posted 7.4.04

Danny O: Naiveté and sophistication dance together in the representational collages of Danny O. Posted 6.16.2010

india Sukanta Dasgupta: Sukata Sagupta uses fragments of torn paper (sometimes painted) to created representational collages which often focus on pictures of women..India Posted 11.2013

Susan Davitti Darling: Susan Davitti Darling is passionate about collage in all its aspects. USA Posted 4.27.09

Jean Daviault : Québécois collagist Jean Daviault of Montreal offers galleries of his own and links to other sites that show his works. Also some short essays on collage. Québéc Text in French / Posted 5.12.02

Martin Davies: Australian artist Martin Davies boldly explores new worlds. Works in many media including collage. Australia Posted 6.18.03

Jennifer Davis: Jennifer Davis combines painting and collage in an elegantly naïve manner. Posted 4.6.03 Updated

Joe Day: The collages of Cleveland, Ohio artist Joe Day are carefully created of small fragments. USA. Posted 1.8.2006

Josiane Debatisse: The mixed media works of Josiane Debatisse celebrate the materials of which they are made.Belgium. Posted 11.24.2007

Decent Collage: Decent Collage is a "worldwide art project" of Jason Methia who "hopes it will develop into a worldwide collaboration." You can participate! Posted 02.01.2009

Edith DeChiara: Edith DeChiara use thread as a metaphor for line, creating calligraphic collages which explore external and interior worlds. Posted 3.19.2006

Valerie De Gaulmyn: Her residences in Rome, London, Paris, Milan, and New York inform Valerie De Gaulmyn's collages. Posted 12.17.2008

ukraine flag dehfolt sister: The collages of Ukrainian artist "dehfolt sister" are delightfully unpretentious and surprisingly surreal. Posted December 2012.

Raphael Issac Delgado, Jr.: Los Angeles artist Raphael Issac Delgado, Jr. "paints" with carefully selected found papers to create collaged images of popular icons. Posted May 20, 2009

Donna Delich: The line between collage and decoupage is a fine one which consists mostly of intentions.Posted March 2011.

Sonia Deluca: The collages of Argentinian artist Sonia Deluca are elegant in their conciseness. Text in Spanish Argentina - Posted November 2011

Brian Deming: Brian claims his collages are "only a hobby." This claim does not diminish their quality. Posted January 2011.

Antony Densham: Collages which examine depth and layering of form and also the relationships between abstract and figurative concerns. Posted 10.15.2005

Amedeo De Palma: Many of the collages of this Canadian artist with an ironic sense of humour cast light on life "south of the border." The schematic format of this site is unique. Canada Posted 1.18.05

Edvard Derkert: Swedish artist Edvard Derkert's dada-esque website includes traditional & digital collage and much much more. Text in English. Posted March 2006

Paul Dessau: Paul Dessau focuses on portrait collages of the famous and the not-so-famous. Posted January 2011

Thomas Devaux: See the mysterious black & white photomontage-collages of French artist Thomas Devaux. Text in French. Posted 10.21.2005

John Digby: Unfortunately there are relatively few examples of John Digby's work on the internet. You can see some here, here, and here..Posted 1.18.2011 Revised March 2013

Joe DiMaggio: Computer generated collages by a California collage artist with a famous name. Posted 12.20.01

Gary DiVecchia: Gary DiVecchia makes his collages out of wood. Some folks might call them assemblages but Gary prefers to call them collages. His site features a slide show showing how they are made.USA. Posted 2.01.2009

us flag William Dole: (1917-1983) William Dole is one of the unsung heroes of collage, The influence of his works has been subtle but extensive. Posted 4.26.05

red ball Linda Doll: The digital collages of accomplished watercolor painter Linda Doll (AWS, NWS) are created from photographs she takes herself. She calls them "Lifescapes." They demonstrate how past experience can be applies when one moves in new directions. Posted December 2011

Halina Domanski: Halina Domanski's collages are often about the dilemmas faced by human beings as we move through increasingly complex environments. Posted March 2011

Laura Mae Dooris: Laura Mae Dooris combines paint, collage, and image transfer in her works. Some explore the impact of the forces of nature. Posted 8.16.2007

Marijke Doorman: Balance and precision mark the collages of Netherlands artist Marijke Doorman. Posted 4.3.07

Rhonda Doré: Formality and informality merge in the painterly collages of Rhonda Doré. Posted 6.18.03

Dragon Art Place: Dragon Art Place chronicles the mythic journey of fabric collage artist Patricia A. Montgomery. Suggested by Shirley Asgarali - Posted 2.5.2007

Rowena Dugdale: Visit the website of talented English artist and illustrator Rowena Dugdale.Posted 10.16.00

Sandra Dunn: Sandra Dunn's sometimes poignant, sometimes light-hearted, and sometimes subtle collages are direct and to the point. Posted 7.7.02

Lola DuPré: At first glance Lola Dupré's collages appear to be digital but they are made "by hand with paper and scissors."Posted 2.6.2011

Ginny duRivage: Ginny duRivage uses mundane materials to "celebrate our connections with each other and... the sacredness of everyday life" and to honor her First Nation ancestors. Note: This site does not work with Firefox but does work with IE. Posted 2.01.2009

Britt Ehringer: Britt Ehringer's works include collages and collage-based paintings. Posted 6.11.05

Lisa Eisenbrey: Narrative collages which often have a touch of mystery. Posted 10.15.05

new zealand Chris Emeleus The collages of New Zealand artist Chris Emeleus are expertly composed and energetically organized. Numerous images adorn his facebook page. Posted February 2014.

fenchflag eMmA: eMmA (Emma Messana) often works in series. The resulting collages explore a range of styles. The artist provides commentaries about the works. Text in French. Belatedly Posted December 2012.

Erika Engelhardt: See the energetic and enthusiastic collages of Seattle artist Erika Engelhardt. Posted 4.3.2010

Mary Anne Erickson: Collages which celebrate the feminine, Landmark Education, and more. USA Posted 7.20.08

Max Ernst (1891 – 1976): This link will take you to a selection of images from Une Semaine de Bonté, Ernst's surrealistic novel done entirely in collage.

Ghislaine Escande: See the painterly collages of French artist Ghislaine Escande. Metamorphosis & Ambiguity are among her subjects. Text in English and French. Posted 6.8.02

Dora Esphylin: In her collection of photographs of her collages Dora Esphylin shows how small changes make big differences. Posted March 2009

etrangedecake: Roughly speaking, the "punny" title (in French) of Emilie Chevillard's website translates as "a slice of strange fruitcake." The works, which combine collage and photomontage, need no translation. Text in French. Posted 11.28.2003 / Updated Jan 2007

Exploring Color and Creativity: Visit the extensive website of artist, teacher, and author Nita Leland and view her collages. This site also contains some wonderful art quotes, some great links, and a whole lot more.

Eye Music: The collages of Kenneth Anbender utilize a broad range of materials to explore a wide range of subject matter. His site is easy to navigate. Posted March 2003

Giuseppe Fabio: The collages of Giuseppe Fabio challenge what is accepted and sometimes what is acceptable. Italia. Posted 11.24.07

Moira Fain: See the collage-constructions of Connecticut artist Moira Fain at this website. Fun with letters and words. Posted September 2004

Valerie Fanarjian: Woodstock area artist Valerie Fanarjian's collages are often inspired by the materials of which they are made. You can see more of her works at Revised Janury 2005

Nina Farana: Nina Farana's collages are bright, bold and complex. Posted March 2003

Lorna Farmer: Representational collages: Landscapes, Florals, Still-Lifes, Portaits, and more.USA Posted 07.20.08

Charles Farrell: Charles Farrell's blog has disappeared but you can see some of his works here USA. Posted 8.16.2007 Revised: March 2009 Revised July 2013

James Faulkner: Third generation British artist James Faulkner explores the possibilities of both traditional and digital collage on this site. Posted 9.24.06

Christina Fez-Barringten: Christina Fez-Barringten shows posters of her collages on this webpage.Posted6.16.2010

Jeffrey Fina: Some of Jeffrey Fina's digital collages capture his experiences as a teen-age soldier in Iraq. See them in this Facebook photo album. USA Posted 03.07.2010 Revised 2013

Glenn Fischer: Meticulous collages which use oval shapes to explore the interaction of color, pattern, and movement. The resulting works may transcend their authors intentions. Click on the down arrows under the vertical thumbnail arrays to see additional works. USA Posted Dec.2010

Elizabeth Hope Fleming: Elizabeth Hope Fleming's collages are highly textured and dimensional. Posted 9.09.05

Terry Ray Flowers: Terry Ray Flowers is a self-taught artist whose works reflect a complex relationship with Christianity. See more of his works on his Facebook site.USA Posted November 2009

Joy Floyd: Joy Floyd combines fabric with paper, metal, and wood in her bold and powerful collages. Posted 4.9.08

folioplanet/illustration/collage: A gateway to the world of collage as illustration. Posted 12.5.02

Paul Forbes: The collages of Canadian artist Paul Forbes examine the implications of rectalinear forms (and some others as well). Posted 4.11.2004

Lynne Foster: Lynne Foster combines painting, drawing, & collage in her illustrations and other artwork. She also makes digital collages. Posted 9.03.2006

ball found art: A project devoted to small artworks which have been intentionally lost. Posted July 2012

Lili Francuz: Text becomes abstraction in the collages of Lili Francuz, born in France and living in Colorado, USA. Posted May 2009

Vickie Jo Franks: This Shelby, North Carolina artist describes her Folk Art Collages as "Southern Style." See the angels and the wild horses. Posted 6.17.2010

Rosalind Freeborn: Rosalind Freeborn's representational collages focus, for the most part, on people and places. UK Posted March 2009

French Language Collage Discussion Group: This e-mail collage discussion group is moderated by Québecois artist Richard Fulham (see below). To join follow the instructions which are found at this link. Posted 8.4.02

Sara Friedlander: Sara Friedlander combines photographs and oil painting in her collages. Some of her works focus on the New York City subways. Posted 11.8.2006

Seena Frost: While the collages of Seena Frost and her colleagues are parts of a larger process, they are also works which stand on their own merit. Posted 4.27.2004

Richard Fulham: The collages of Québecois artist Richard Fulham explore the relationships of classical and modern images. Text in French and English / Posted 11.17.00

Karen Gallup: Faces, faces, and more faces. Karen Gallup explores the human visage in both collage and assemblage.Posted 12.30.08

fench flag Guy Garnier: Gu Garnier makes figuratively inspired abstract collages in his studio in south-eastern France. Also see his facebook page here Text in French Posted July 2012.

France Garrido: The visionary art of France Garrido includes collages and paintings. France works larger than most collagists.Posted 4.4.03

DJ Gaskin: Abstraction resides within realism in the collages of Poet/Artist DJ Gaskin..Posted December 2010

P. A. Gibbons: P. A. Gibbons loves paper. Wonderful scraps make up the delightful collages of this talented artist. Posted 11.8.00

Ed Giecek: My friend Ed Giecek incorporates collage into some of his paintings.Posted 4.18.2004

Steven Gilbar: Some of
the collages of Steven Gilbar focus on the circumstances of famous creative people. Others explore the experiences of the less well-known. Click on "Archives by Gallery" or "Archives by Date" to see the works. Posted 2006 Updated May 21, 2009

canada flag Gordon Gillespie: Gordon Gillespie's gallery includes three folders of enigmatic collage images. You can find them in the left-hand column of the page. Canada Posted December 2012

amflag JT Gillett: Surrealist collages, both traditional and innovative. The website features hi-rez images so you can really see the detail. Posted December 2012

Kevin Gilmore: See the collages of my friend and colleague Kevin Gilmore. Posted 9.17.02

Global Collage: The Collage Changes Every Thirty Seconds. An expanding and revolving exhibit of collages from around the world... Posted 3.16.99

Stephen Golding: Stephen Golding's works blur the lines between collage, painting and photography. His website features both his earlier black and white works and his more recent color works as well. Posted: January 2012

Lee Goldberg: Lee Goldberg's collages tell stories and are filled with cross-cultural symbolism. Posted 3.21.2006

american flag Stephen Golding: Because the torn edges are integral to the success of some of Stephen Golding's works he has been included on this collage list as well as on's photomontage page. Posted Sep. 2012

Deb Goldstein: Deb Goldstein's collages are delicate and delicious, subtle and sensual, and mysterious as well.Posted 6.17.2010

Ellen Golla: Carefully selected and cut paper fragments are like brushstrokes for paper mosaic artist Ellen Golla. Subjects include the London Underground, imaginary scenes, and more. Posted 11.8.00

Lori K. Gordon: This collection of Lori K. Gordon's collages focuses on the cultures of Cyprus and Turkey. Also see her link on's assemblage art page. Posted 2.6.2011

amflag Derek Gores: The closer you get to the collages of Derek Gores, the more they fragment into visual commentaries about their subjects and society in general. His website features videos of the artist talking about his works, data moshing, and more. Suggested by Erik Falk - Posted December 2012

Deborah Gorton: Deborah Gorton's collages are rarely satisfied to live in flatland and often seek adventure in three-dimensional space. Posted 2.20.07

dutch flag David Gosker: Among other things, the collages of David Gosker are notable for their irregular outlines. Text in Dutch. Netherlands. Posted December 2012.

pin Phillip Graffham: Some of Phillip Graffham's assemblages are more like dimensional collages. See the jewel-bedecked M-16 and other provocative works. Posted 1.30.09

Kirsten Gran: The thumbnail images on Norwegian artist Kirsten Gran's collage page only hint at the scope of the works which appear when you click on them. Norway Posted 8.06.08 The definition and possibilities of collage are changing in our networked digital world. The opening sequence at Scott Fisk's website takes collage into a new dimension. Posted 11.19.99

Tm Gratkowski: Tm Gratkowski is a Los Angeles artist who has been working in collage for 20 years.Posted 10.18.2006 Revised 02.27.2008

Jazz Green: Among the many works of British artist Jazz Green shown at this site are 26 collages and collage-assemblages many of which are highly textured. Posted 9.21.04

Judith T Greenberg: Judith T. Greenberg combines etching, monoprinting, and lithography with collage. Posted 8.15.2006

Melissa Grimes: Melissa Grimes draws on classical and traditional sources to create collage illustrations which have been featured in Rolling Stone, Texas Monthly, John' Hopkins magazine and numerous other publications. Posted 10.06.2010

George Grosz (1893-1959): See George Grosz' collage "This is a Man?" Find other works here, and here, and here.Revised July 2013

Lana Grow: The painterly collages of Lana Grow can be found at this site. Posted 4.17.04

Grubbish: John Vilish explores "Litter Aesthetics in a Fast-Food Culture." The context in which his art is created is as important as the digital collages on this website. Posted 10.10.02

Marie-Amélie Guichard: See the bright and energetic collages of this Orleans, France artist. Posted 2000

american flag Al Gutierrez: Al Gutierrez' "oil-rubbed".collages depict surreal and sometimes futuristic worlds. PostedFebruary 2014

Joan Hall: See the works of artist and illustrator Joan Hall who has exhibited widely. She also does a wide range of assemblages, from illustrative to conceptual. USA. Suggested by Alyta Adams Posted October Feb 2008 Revised August 2009

amflag Andy Hamilton: The titles often amplify and elucidate the intentions of Andy Hamilton's sometimes humorous, sometimes irreverent, and sometimes provocative collages. USA. Posted Decembert 2012

Jim Hancock: Some of Jim Hancock's new collage works are the results of collaboration with his wife Arlene. Posted October 2005

Adam Handler: Adam Handler's courageous collage-paintings use imagery and commercialism from the 1950's and 60's to examine "the social revolution
taking place around the world." USA. Posted 12.17.2008

Mark Harris: Artist and professor of art at Kingston University in SW London, Mark Harris deconstructs and reconstructs the world in his collages. See additional works on Mr. Harris' blog. Posted January 2011.

Ted A. Harris: See the socially-conscious and overtly political collages of Ted A. Harris. USA Posted 08.14.08

Alice Harrison: Among Alice Harrison's dynamic mixed media works are many which involve collage. USA Posted Dec. 2003 Revised 2013

Amy Harrison: Many of Amy Harrison's collages are about 20th Century women and context. USA Posted April 2009

Jim Harter: In addition to being the author/editor of numerous pictorial archive books which are useful to collage artists, Jim Harter also makes collages. See them here.Posted 08.19.2011

Barbara Harvie: Barbara Harvie's collages range from figurative photomontage to abstract. Posted Nov. 2003

Raoul Hausmann (1886-1971) 20th Century collage and photomontage artist. Posted 8.18.2006

Deborah Hayner: Courageous and experimental, the collages and assemblages of prolific mixed-media artist Deborah Hayner explore a wide range of styles and subject matter. Posted 7.4.04 Revised Jan 2011

John Heartfield (1886-1971): Born Helmut Herzfeld, this influential DaDa collage artist changed his name and used his art to confront Fascism. Posted 8.24.2006

Hejira Textile Studio: Chicago area artist Linda Olszanski makes collages of fabric. Posted Feb. 2003

Bruce Helander: The collages of Bruce Helander are included in more than fifty museums and other public collections. Posted 2.1.2009

Claudine Hellmuth: Experience the broad variety of the works of artist Claudine Hellmuth, an innovator in the area of collage. Posted 1.29.98 Revised 12.05.03

canflag Bonnie Helm-Northover: Bonnie Helm-Northover creates joyful collages with patterns inspired by music and play and titles often inspired by dialogue and poetry. Canada Belatedly Posted December 2012

Michael Herman: The collages of Michael Herman are personal, intimate and inviting. Posted Nov 2009

Clyde Deloris Herring: Quilt and collage artist Clyde Deloris Herring uses both paper and fabric in her works.

John Hertzberg: Context meets content in the irregularly shaped collages of John Herzberg. Larger than most, some reveal interesting secrets... The scans load very fast. Posted 4.21.99

Ginny Herzog: Ginny Herzog creates masterful architectural collages which sometimes contain recesses and/or applied structural elements. Her works are often site specific. Posted April, 2009

Helene Heurtevent: Juxtaposition, Repetition and Directness work for Helene Heurtevent, French artist from Normandy currently living in England. Posted 6.3.2003

Joyce M. Hill: Artist Joyce Hill examines human and metaphoric relationships in her mixed-media works. Posted 5.27.2003

Sean Hillen: See Dublin-based artist Sean Hillen's dynamic, technically-refined collages which were created as illustrations for the book "Irelantis". Sean tells me that one will also be able to view a variety of his other works soon (in a few weeks) at Posted 4.23.00

Dirk Hine: See the web-specific works-in-progress at Dirk Hine's dynamic collage site. (Note: You must use Internet Explorer version 4.0 or higher to view this site). Posted 2.1.00

Hannah Hoch (1879-1978): See the photomontage collages of this influential 20th Century artist. See more works here. Posted 4.21.03 Revised 8.24.06 Revised 2.27.08

Cornelis Hoek: Cornelis Hoek calls his works "Cornelages." Learn more about them in this You Tube video.Posted 6.16.2010.

Malcolm S. Holmes: Portland, Maine artist Malcolm Holmes describes himself as an "amateur" collagist who doesn't smoke pot or hang out in coffee shops.USA Posted 2.01.2009

István Horkay: Istvan Horkay makes both traditional and digital collages. His "Museum Factory" includes the first ever hungarian CD- ROM found in Kovagoeors on December 25,1002. Posted 1.29.02

Cathy Horner: Cathy Horner's collages are "inspired by vintage images found in old magazines, catalogs and books." USA Posted 10.18.08

Richard Horvath: Color and texture play a big role in the collages of Australian artist Richard Horvath. Belatedly Posted 2.17.2007

Noah Huber: Noah Huber photographs his collages and then intentionally destroys them. His justification is semiotic. You will need to click on his picture and then on the "decoupage" thumbnail in order to see these works. USA Posted 11.8.08

Elliot Hundley: The works of Los Angeles artist Elliot Hundley combine drawing and painting with collage. Posted 8.27.06

Baye Hunter: The representational collages of Canadian artist Baye Hunter document Toronto's harbour and islands. Posted 9.09.05

Jan Hurst: That Jan Hurst loves paper for its own sake is clear from the work on her website.Posted 4.06.03

Glen Ibbitson: Gen Ibbitson's collages reveal that he is a painter who paints with found and cut-out paper fragments. Posted 10.30.08

Ilka's Attic: Ilka is the "artistic muse"of artist Susan Tuttle. See the collages they create together in what Susan calls "the attic of my soul." Posted 12.05.06

inhabit 73 : The collages of Choy Chun Wei explore the subject of living space. Posted 11.16.2001

Inspired Collage: The collages of artist and therapist Peggy Burns of San Francisco, California, are inspired by her fervent Christian faith. Posted July 2011

The International Museum of Collage, Assemblage, and Construction: The IMCAC is dedicated to the collection, study and exhibition of collage and related arts.Revised 5.30.2005

Graziano Irrera: Collage gives a textural quality to the representational works of Italian artist Grziano Irrera. Text in Italian, Italy, Posted January 2011

Maria Irrera: Bold representational collages by Maine artist Maria Irrera. Posted 7.4.04

A. J. Isbister, Artist of Visions: A. J. Isbister is a native plains Cree artist from western Canada who lives in two (or maybe more) worlds. See his collages and paintings and read about his dream spirit. Posted 1.10.00

Peter Jacobs: View the Photo-Collages of my old friend Peter Jacobs. Also see four years (over 1500 collages) of Peter's Collage Journal here. Posted 3.16.99 Revised 7.11.2002 and June 2009.

Sloppy James: See the unique three-dimensional.collages of Sloppy James. Some are built on bottles. Also read his pithy comments about the world we live in here. Posted 3.11.2010.

Yvette Jansen: Minimalist Collages with maxium impact by Netherlands artist Yvette Jansen. Posted: 2.15.2010

Janette Janson: Collage, Assemblage, Altered Books, Art Dolls, Odds & Ends... Jeanette Janson does it all. Posted 4.11.2004

us Nancy Jenkins: Nancy Jenkins tears and cuts papers and arranges them in carefully considered compositions.. Posted 11.15.2013

Alex Jennings: See how an artist who is primarily a photographer approaches collage. Australia, Posted 5.20.09

Jo y Posso: Jo y Posso is the blog of Parisian collage artist Marijo Communier who explores themes she describes as essentially feminine including "la séduction, la sensualité, la gourmandise, l’amour, la fragilité, et a joie de vivre." Text in French. Posted 11.28.2011

Carolyn Johns: Among the works of muti-talented New Zealand artist Carolyn Johns are some painterly representational collages. New Zealand, Posted 4.11.2004

us Iakra Johnson: Elegantly composed digital collages which are sometimes inspired by the industrial landscape of the US.. Posted 11.3.2013

Kyle Johnston: See the mixed media assemblages and collages of Kyle Johnston. Posted 8.25.02

Ray Johnson (1927-1995): Some collages by enigmatic (and increasingly famous) artist Ray Johnson are visible on this site. Posted 11.10.06

Janet Jones: Collage Artist and Printmaker Janet Jones creates a wide variety of elegantly composed works. Some are bold, some are subtle. .Posted 6.4.2003

Christina Juselius: Christina Juselius is a Finnish artist living in Belgium. Her brightly-colored collages are marked by surreal juxtapositions. Some are sculptural. Posted 8.15.03

Cordula Kagemann Cordula Kagemann works with handmade paper (that she makes) and combines painting with her collages. While many of her works are abstract, there are representational works as well.Germany Posted 7.1.09

Manu Kallikad: Manu Kallikad provides insight into the subjects of his portait collages by including many smaller pictures of their subjects in each collage. India Posted January 2011.

Susan Katz: Susan Katz' brightly colored collages are painterly and verbal. They often depict life in the Bahamas where she lives. Posted 7.31.07

Katie Dell Kaufman: See the collages and assemblages of Katie Dell Kaufman, instructor of collage at the Corcoran in Washington, DC. Reposted 10.30.06

us Richard Kehl: Richard Kehl's "kehlages" are sophisticated, mysterious, authentic, and profound. See additional works and pictures of the artist's studio here Posted November 2013.

Via Keller: Via Keller is a talented and prolific California photomontage and collage artist. Suggested by Philip Beesley and posted 10.24.01 Revised 2008

Adrian Kenyon: Adrian Kenyon sees the world of today much the way a contemporary Hieronymus Bosch might see it. Complex collages which may be seen in detail. Posted 2.17.07

Ken Kewley: Ken Kewley's figurative collages of solid color cut paper explore the human figure, still life, landscape, and more. Abstract works as well. Posted 8.12.06

J. Kichinevsky: The bold abstract collages of French artist J. Kichinevsky make great use of texture. Text in French. Posted 7.8.2010

Kitty Kilian: Netherlands artist Kitty Kilian's collages are verbal, provocative, and fun.. Text available in Dutch and English Netherlands Posted 8.06.08

flag Gary Kirby: Gary Kirby's collages are sometimes structured, sometimes random, and always refined. U.K., Posted March 2013

Kirill's Collages: This is the russian website of a remarkable collagist named Kirill. No other information is available. Posted 8.29.06

Niels Koehler: Niels Kohler is a German artist living in Prague. His collages deal with a variety of societal and personal concerns. Press the less than < or greater than > signs in order to move from one image to the next once you have entered a particular gallery. Posted 11.14.02 A website where you can upload your own collage artwork and also see the collages of others. Created by David Lynam. Posted 10.09.2010

Jiri Kolar (1914-2002): Collages by Czech artist Jiri Kolar. More works can be found here and here. .Posted 5.31.2006

Kollaj: This website is, in some ways, as mysterious as the collages which can be seen there. The artist's name is Döm. Text in French. Posted 7.20.2008

a Mister Koppa: Among Mister Koppa's works are a variety of carefully executed visual dramas in the photomontage style.. Posted 8.19.2006 - Revised 2013.

a a Michelle Korte: Michelle Korte Leccia explores human experience with the intention of prompting the viewer to reflect upon collective relationships. She often uses three dimensional found and manufactured objects in her collages. France. Posted 11.25.2007

a Iuri Kothe: Iuri Kothe is a Brazilian collage artist who focuses on photomontage. Posted 7.22.04

a Susan Kreig: Susan Kreig combines painting and collage with great skill. Posted 8.06.08

a Hope Kroll: Surrealism survives in the sophisticated works of Hope Kroll. Posted 1.3.07

pin Kulchurweb: Kulchurweb is edited by David Hickman. Whether all the mostly-digital works are his is not clear but they are worth seeing. Also see his blog here.Posted March, 2013

a flaf John Kuzich: Some of San Francisco artist John Kuzich's collages are made entirely of flattened and altered aluminum cans. The results are painterly. See how he makes this happen. Posted 06.17.2010

a flag Mara Kurtz: Many collages by award-winning artist Mara Kurtz have appeared in important publications. Posted 06.26.02

flag Jean Lacy: Collages which visually elucidate the recurring themes of urban African American life and experience. Posted 1.08.2006

flag Joel Lambeth: Joel Lambeth turns advertising art into cultural commentary inspired by Russian Constructivism and German Dada. Australia. Posted March 2013

flag Eydi Lampasona: The collages Eydi Lampasona explore the relationships of expansive color fields with sketchy lines and radical paint applications. Posted 10.20.2005

flag Nicolas Lampert: The "machine-animal" collages of interdisciplinary artist Nicolas Lampert along with some of his "meatscapes" and other works. Posted 8.29.2006

flag Karen Landey: Karen Landey's works include traditional and digital collages, altered books, collages on tiles, and more. Posted 10.04.05

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Landkee: Enigmatic and often narrative cut paper collages on stark white backgrounds.. Posted 10.30.08

Morgan Jesse Lappin: Morgan Jesse Lappin sees things differently. Posted 12.17.2008

Laudator: This website of french artist Pierre-Alain Grevet features skillfully executed digital collage and photomontage. Text in French and English. Posted 11.8.99

flag David Lavine: David Lavine handles color with the sensibility of a master and holds comic book illustration in high regard.. Posted February 2014

C. S. Lawrence: Click on "Galleries" and then on the "Portrait" section to see how C. S. Lawrence, primarily a representational painter, includes collage in her works. Malta, Text in English,.Posted 11.20..2008

amflag Jessica Lawrence: See the always provocative, often mysterious, and sometimes amusing collages of my friend and colleague Jessica Lawrence. Posted December 2012

Nancy Goodman Lawrence: Maps provide texture in many of the representational collages of Nancy Goodman Lawrence . Posted 1.08.2006

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

Mark Lazenby: Mark Lazenby's collages explore a wide variety of subjects and styles. Posted 8.06.08

Bette Leahy: Bette Leahy's collages are intuitive studies in contrast. Ms. Leahy also creates meditation stones and designs labyrinths. Posted January 2011.

Cynthia J. Lee: Chicago area artist Cynthia J. Lee combines collage and painting to evoke the complexities which remain just outside our awareness. Posted March 2009

Susan Legind: Susan Legin is a Danish-born artist who has lived and worked in Italy for 30 years. Her thoroughly contemporary collages often make use of images created by painters of the past. Posted April 2009

Laura Lein-Svencner: Laura Lein-Svencner's current explorations in the world of collage can be found at this site. She also makes her own paper. Posted 5.17.04

indian flag Lenzkolazart: The digital collages of Nilacharya (Sunil Koomar Bhattacherjee). Collage is only one of this artist's activites. You will have to scroll down to see the images.India Posted January 2012.

Lance Letscher: Lance Letscher explores new possibilities in his collage works. Some are unusually large. Posted 7.5.04

Martee Levi: Collagist Matee Levi finds energy and truth in the way her fabric collages evolve, each revealing its own relationships of form, line, and color. Click on "Collages" when you reach her homepage. Posted March 2009

Jess Levine: Jess Levine celebrates the medium of collage in works which are direct, simple, and subtle. Posted 6.16.2010

Erwan Le Vourch: Erwan Le Vourch presents traditional and digital collages and photomontages on this website. Posted 07.20.08 Patty K., the author of this website, describes her artwork as "a
spiritual path of lessons learned and events that have happened." .USA. Posted July 2011

Joy Logan: Joy Logan show her carefully crafted collages on her blog. They are more complex than they appear at first. Posted 12.29.07

Liz London: Liz London describes herself as a Spiritual Surrealist and describes her artmaking process as "much like the practice of yoga." Posted 12.29.07 and Revised 2.10.08

Mary Ellen Long: Multi-talented artist Mary Ellen Long makes collages, books, boxes, earth-sculpture and more. See them on her blog here. Find more works here. Posted 7.8.2010

James Lovekin: See the timely and explorational collages of Oakland, California artist James Lovekin. Posted 05.11.2006 Updated 2014

us Merry Lymn: Merry Lymn is a prolific maker of collages whose works often arise from careful consideration of symbolic possibilities. Posted 11.3.2013

Macarenses: Macarenses describes his works as Graphic Agitation for the Acquiescent Majority. His website also shows images from his collection of 20th Century political art. Posted 11.14.2009

UK flag Duncan Mackay: Since 1988 Duncan Mackay has been exploring the artistic implications of collecting images.The focus is on collecting rather than composing collages. Belatedly Posted 11.3.2013

Michelle MacKenzie: The collages of Michelle MacKenzie are sourced in landscape and the textures of earth and rocks. Posted 09.06.09

UK flag south africa Zoe Mafham: English collage artist Zoe Mafham lives in South Africa. She creates collages of urban architecture and portraits and also uses collage to design fabric. Posted February 2014.

Carme Magem: Catalan artist Carme Magem combines oil paint and collage to create painterly representational works. Spain Posted March 2011.

Magik Glasses: The indescribably rich website of Julie Sadler. Posted 2.1.2007

Robert Maginetti: Robert Maginetti combines new and old (often from Doré) images to create insightful collages. Posted 06.11.05

Stephen Magsig: Geometry and formality dance with images from the past in the postcard-sized collages of Stephen Magsig. Posted 2.6.2011

Mia Mäkilä: The works (including collages) of Swedish artist Mia Mäkilä focus on the macabre. Posted 9.06.09

Serena Makofsky: Currently on Display in Serena Makofsky's portfolio is a series of collages based on mexican "dichos" (proverbs). Click on one to see the next. Posted 7.4.04

Gianfranco Maletti: Tissue adds subtlety to the elegant and direct collages of Italian artist Gianfranco Maletti.Text in Italian Posted 9.09.05

Jacques Marchal: The collages of Jacques Marchal juxtapose familiar images in new and provocative ways. Text in French Belgium Posted 9.09.05

Karen Marcus: Among Karen Marcus' mixed media collage works displayed here are some exceptional pieces from her "Sea Fragments" series. Some of the best are on page 2 which can be reached by clicking on "more Art-Abstracts." Posted 4.15.99

Melissa Markel: Melissa Markel's collages are straightforward, pictorial, and thematic. Suggested by Fabienne Ridolfi / Posted 12.05.02

Robert Mars: Robert Mars' ink-transfer and collage works offer new perspectives of the American roadscape. You can also see work on his blog. Posted 1.23.04 Latest revision: March 2009

Camille Martin: Prolific Canadian artist-poet Camille Martin's collages and photomontages offer more questions than answers. Canada Posted 12.17.2008

flag Andrea Matus: British Columbian artist Andrea Matus creates enigmatic portraits most of which are of women. Canada Posted March 2013.

flag Mona Mauri: The digital collages of asccomplished computer artist Mona Mauri reveal an exceptional sensitivity to hue and value and address a variety of themes from ancient mysteries to modern myths. USA. Posted March 2013

Alejandro Mazón: The "Diary of an Artist" website of Spanish/Cuban/American artist Alejandro Mazón offers many vividly colored collage-paintings and constructions which include collaged pieces of antique wallpaper. USA. Suggested by Jeff Rausch and Scott Schwartz. Posted 11.7.08

Monica McCann: Artist Monica McCann's collages focus on people, relationships, juxtaposition, space, and context. Posted February 2004 Under Review

ukflag portflag Yvonne McClement: A native of Scotland currently based near Coimbra, Portugal, Yvonne McClement uses gold leaf and paper to alter traditional artworks in prudent and humorous fashion.. UK and Portugal Posted December 2012

Cheryl D. McClure : Abstract collages by prolific Texas artist Cheryl D. McClure. Her site has an unusually large number of works on display. Posted 3.24.00

Melissa McCobb Hubbell: Follow Melisande on her adventures. View McCobb Hubbell's narrative collages. More. Posted 9.27.00

Janice McDonald: The collages of Janice McDonald are inspired, in part, by synthetic cubism and other 20th Century art movements. Posted Nov. 2009

Marjorie McDonald (1898-1995): Artist Marjorie McDonald was still making collages when she passed away at age 96. Read her story and see her work on this website. Posted 7.31.03

Darlene Olivia McElroy: Darlene Olivia McElroy's large and small scale mixed media works often focus on the figurative and make adept use of image transfer and unusual supports. She also makes assemblages.USA. Posted March 2009

Scott McGrath: Scott McGrath is a digital collage artist inspired by Renaissance Cosmology, Dante, punk rock, semiotics, coffee shops, The Great American Novel, sentimentality and memory. USA Posted 10.18.08

Agnes McLaughlin: French artist Agnes McLaughlin (her surname is her husband's) combines paint and collage to make her mixed-media works. Her studio is on the Côte d'Azur in the south of France.Posted 11.6.2006

Moira McLaughlin: Moira McLaughlin's canine collages are "simply surreal!" Is that her intent? Posted 10.18.2006

James McNulty: James McNulty's collages are made entirely of fireworks wrappers and advertising art. Posted 11.14.02

Joan Mead-Matsui: Pennsylvania artist Joan Mead-Matsui creates representational images in the Japanese collage style called shigri-e. Posted 6.18.03 Revised5.20.2009.

ukflag amflag Jon Measures: Jon Measures manually and digitally slices and dices bits of the rich fabric of Los Angeles together. Posted December 2012.

us Hiram Melendez: Hiram Melendez' traditional and digital collages take a critical view of social and political issues. He considers his art to be a visual diary. Posted November 2013.

netherlands flag Tom Melsen: In the collages of Rotterdam artist Tom Melsen, people and animals sometimes exchange places. At other times they share the stage. Belatedly Posted Ocotber 2013.

Ira Mency: The collages of Ira Mency (a nom-de-plume) explore images from mid-20th century USA. Posted 11.15.2011

Walton Mendelson: Walton Mendelson's subtle works are digitally collaged. Posted 4.18.2004

Eve Mero: The collages of California collagist Eve Mero are creative responses to people, events, and circumstances in the world around us. Posted 9.16.02

Hélène Michel-Donadieu: Images from industry and technology find new lives in the naturalistic representational collages of French artist Hélène Michel-Donadieu. Posted 2.27.07

Olga Micheeva: Russian artist Olga Micheeva uses actual flowers and other organic elements in her collages.Russia Posted 12.25.0

8 Midwest Collage Society: The blog of the Midwest Collage Society, an active group of collage artists based near Chicago. Posted 12.12.07

Allan Mietla: The images on Allan Mietla's website are a bit small for such detailed works but they are well worth seeing. Posted January 2011

usflag Tanya Mikaela: Tanya Mikaela's collages are visual essays on our connection to and oneness with the world around us . Posted December 2012

flag Alexandra Milton: See the beautiful and elegant ornithological collages of third-generation artist Alexandra Milton. She also uses collage to illustrate children's books and a sampling of those collages can be seen on her website as well. Posted November 2011

Charles Mingus III: Collages, kinetic works, and more by this visual artist who is also a playwright and educator. Posted 5.19.09

Marco Modi: The collages of Marco Modi are about interior and exterior spaces, our relationship to them, and the triumph of the absurd. Text in Italian, Italy, Posted 05.18.2009

norway flag Are Mokkelbost: Some of the "mindbending" collages of Are Mokkelbost can be seen on this website hosted by Paper Street supplies.

Agnes Montgomery: The collages of Agnes Montgomery are about joy, celebration, and the dark side of both. Posted 9.01.01

Catherine Moore: Catherine Moore has displays some of her collages both as works-in-progress and as finished works. As of Feb 2008 here site is undergoing some changes. Posted 9.01.01

Kelly Moore: Kelly Moore calls her work "Raw Art." The focus is on painting but collage finds its way into many of the pieces. Posted 8.27.05

Becky Morgan: Some of Becky Morgan's collages are inspired by her "artistic ancestors." Some explore new directions in representational collage. Posted 7.20.08

Mouffiko: See the thought-provoking works of "Collage Street Artist" Mouffiko. The accompanying comments are art as well. Posted 8.19.04

Adrienne Moumin: New York artist Adrienne Moumin makes "photo collages" rather than "photomontages." Her compositions often include the crystallographic repetition of images. Posted March 2011

Glenn Moust : The exceptional collages artist Glenn Moust who lives in Denmark. Text in Danish at time of posting but promises to be in English soon.. Suggested by Christina Leander / Posted 4.8.02

Leslie Mueller: Among Leslie Mueller's works are some elegant collages. She is also a television personality. Posted 2.22.2008

Wangechi Mutu: The collages of Wangechi Mutu, a collage artist from Kenya, explore the contradictions of female and cultural identity. Posted 5.19.2006

Najee: The collages of Lithia Springs, Georgia artist Najee Dorsey are celebrations of the African-American experience. USA Posted 5.19.2006

The National Collage Society: The National Collage Society hosts a number of exhibitions each year. This site will give you membership information, exhibition schedules, and more.Posted 10.15.00

The National Gallery of Art's Kid's Collage Machine: This on-line flash presentation allows users to experiment with composition and is sophisticated enough to offer the opportunity to vary the size and transparency of the elements and print out the result. Despite its name it's not only for kids. Posted 04.01.07

Vernita N'Cognita: Vernita N'Cognita is the nom de plume of New York artist Vernita Nemec. Click on 'my visual art' at the top of the page to see some of her collages. Also be sure to see the informtaion on Art from Detritus 2010, one of a series of shows curated by Ms. N'Cognita. USA Posted 7.8.2010

Nicole Natri: Swedish collage artist Nicole Natri makes elegant photomontage works which examine humans and the human condition. Posted 8.13.2007 Revised May 2008

Carlos (Nepô) Nepomuceno: Among other things, the collages of Brazilian artist Carlos Nepomuceno explore issues of relative size. Text in Portugese with some English / Posted 11.25.02

Bruce New: Bruce New lives "in the wilds of Kentucky" but his collages engage a wider world and have been exhibited throughout the US. USA Posted 4.09.08

The New Collagists: This site celebrates the collaborative works of Johanna de Schipper and Kelly Kerssens, two performance/collage artists living and working in Amsterdam. Netherlands. Posted 03.09.2009

Christine Newsome: The collages of Christine Newsome celebrate the rich colors and textures of the papers from which she makes them. Posted 8.16.2007

Never Ending Wonder: Words and images dance in Lee Widener's collages at Posted 8.27.05

nfctd: An interactive digital collage/photomontage site created by Caleb and Dallas Johnston at which you will have to use your mouse creatively in order to proceed. Suggested by Nicole Natri (see listing above) Posted 8.13.2007

Fred Nicholson: Among Fred Nicholson's works are highly detailed, socially relevant collages which are accompanied by some interesting and honest commentary.Posted 10.10.02

Nancy Nikkal: Nancy Nikkal's collages are bold, bright, and joyful. Posted 7.26.00

Christoph Noebel: View the works of Christoph Noebel, a German artist who lives and works in London, UK, who regards collage as not only a vehicle for expression, but also as a metaphor of the fragmentation in modern life. Posted 9.01.01

Emile Nolhac : Although Emile Nolhac's collages are basically flat, they are about space and texture. He lives and works "entre Berlin et les bords de Loire." Text in French Posted March 2011

Emilia-Noris: The collages of Macedonian artist Emilia-Noris are visual explorations of fashion and of the social contexts in which women find themselves. Posted 1.9.2007

amflag Jeff Norman: Not many of Jeff Norman's exceptional collages can be found on the internet but you can see two here. USA Posted December 2012

NotPaper: A blog devoted to showcasing international collage artists curated by Aprile Elcich. If you make collages you can submit your work. Canada. Posted 2.5.2011

Ron Noteborn: Multi-talented Dutch artist Ron Noteborn creates traditional mixed-media collages and digital works as well. Posted 2.7.05

Noli Novik: Noli Novik, who's outstanding stipple portraits have added so much to the Wall Street Journal, also makes collages. Click on her name to see them. Posted 2.1.09

Henrique Oliveira: This Brazilian collage artist, who calls his blog velho conceito (old concept), makes remarkable use of negative space. Text in Portugese / Brazil Posted 2.6.2011

Barbara Olsen: Barbara Olsen makes collages, illustrates children's books, and more. You can find her work here. Posted 8.20.02

Benjamin Oppong-Danquah: See the collages (and other artworks) of Benjamin Oppong-Danquah, an artist from Ghana now living in London. Posted 7.20.2005 Revised 4.9.08

OR-DiMA: The carefully crafted collages of artist OR-DiMA are often up-close and personal. Posted 6.7.2006

Gary Ortman: Gary Ortman is a prolific artist from Illinois who describes his photomontage style collages as ranging from"classy to flaky." His site was updated with a new set of collages in March of 2011. USA Updated July 2011, Updated March 2009, Posted 04.09.08

Monica Ostrow: Orange County, New York artist Monica Ostrow makes three-dimensional collages. Click on the thumbnails to see them. USA Posted 11.03.09 Updated March 09

Fred Otnes: Fred Otnes is one of the most influential living American collage artists. His works have been reproduced widely and his style has impacted the vocabulary of many younger artists. When you reach Kouros Gallery's website click on "Fred Otnes" to see the works. Additional Otnes works can be seen here, here and here. USA Posted 12.8.2003 Revised March 2009 & November 2010

Debbie Overton: In addition to collages, Debbie Overton also sells collaged clocks, notecards, and prints on her website. Posted 4.6.03.

Tom Paiement: Maine (USA) artist Tom Paiement explores a variety of contextual and compositional approaches in his works. Posted 3.24.08

Andrew Paiko: Andrew Paiko's proocative collages challenge their viewers. Posted January 2011.

Jean Marie Palacios: The collages of Jean Marie Palacios include a wide range of objects and styles. His website also offers a gallery of other artists' works. Text in French. Posted 12.03.07

ball Nick Paliughi: Humor often energizes the collages of Nick Paliughi. Posted July 2012

ball Zoran Palurovic: The collages of Serbian artist Zoran Palurovic are oten mechanistically surreal. Find some albums of images here. Belatedly Posted Ocotber 2013.

Pamelart: Pamela Allen makes all kinds of art. Her bold cut paper collages are charming. Posted 8.10.00

Paper Thoughts: Paper Thoughts is Sharon Wisely's Blog + Collage website. Click on "My Collages" to see her work. Posted 8.27.05

Le Papivor: "LePapivore," as in "devourer of paper," is the blog of a passionate collector and artist who's digital collages are inspired by images from the past. Text in French. Posted November 2011.

Papor Products: "Papor" is an acronym for the initials of the owners of this site which has one foot in the world of art and one in the world of commerce. Posted 5.1.02

Christina Parise: Visit studioRED, the website of Christina Parise, a prolific and creative collage artist based in California, USA. Posted 10.10.02

Jacqueline Dee Parker: Over the past seven years, the collages of Jacqueline Dee Parker have evolved from representational to abstract and from boldness to subtlety. Words play a large role in her works. Posted 7.1.09

Sherry Parker: Sherry Parker's often mysterious and enigmatic collages are beautifully displayed on her exceptionally easy-to-navigate website. Posted January 2011

Able Parris: Able Parris uses collage for illustration projects. He has also created a collaged "elphabet.". Posted 1.20.06 Revised: February 2008

Eunice Parsons: The exciting and dynamic collages of octogenarian collage artist Eunice Parsons (born 1916) remind most of us that we have much to look forward to. Posted 2.17.06 - Suggested by Elizabeth Panken

Anne Pasko: Anne Pasko's collages are representationally grounded. Included are some of her "wild woman" portraits.Posted 04.09.08

Paste and Pixels: A website commemorating an exhibition exploring the interface of traditional and digital collage which took place at Core Gallery in New Paltz, NY July 14th - August 12th, 2001. Posted 8.02.01

Ketna Patel: Born in Uganda, raised in Nairobi, and based in Singapore, Ketna Patel's experiences in many cultures vitalize her artwork.Posted 11.21.03

Elizabeth Paxson: Elizabeth Paxson's dye paintings include dyed collage elements. Reposted 2.5.2007

Chad Pelton: Chad Pelton's site Refuse! Collage offers paste and paper collages which explore a variety of concerns. Some are so seamless they appear to be digital. Posted 8.15.2006

Roland Penrose (1900-1984): English surrealist painter and poet Roland Penrose also made collages. Note: After you click "enter you will have to click on "works" and then on "collages." Posted 8.24.2006

Rebecca Peters: Rebecca Peters' flights of fancy are rooted in realism. Posted 8.15.2006

Sam Peters: In his collages, Sam Peters tethers forms together and lets them float in illusionary space. Posted 12.26.05

Jean Peterson: Digital collages which celebrate the diversity of spirituality. Posted April 2010

Sam Phillimore: See the experimental collages of English artist Sam Phillimore. Posted 10.09.2010

Susan Phillips: The collages of New York artist Susan Phillips are subtle and seductive. Posted 5.27.04 An involved (and involving) collage-based site where the site itself is as much the art form as any of the work on it. Posted 6.11.99

Selina Phanara: Selina Phanara's collages explore rhythm and symmetry with a bright, bold palette. The spoon hides nothing!. Posted 4.15.03

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973): See a variety of Picasso's collages at the "Online Picasso Project," a large website devoted to the most influential and productive artist of the 20th Century. Start on page 2 of the year 1912 to see Picasso's first collage, "Still Life with Chair Caning," and move forward chronologically. Posted 12.05.06

Philippe Pissier: See the collages of prolific French artist Philippe Pissier. Posted 4.11.2004

Planet Collage: LuEllen Joy Giera, cofounder of the Midwest Collage Society, explores avariety of approaches to collage. Revised 8.20.2007

Randel Plowman: Prolific artist Randel Plowman of Kentucky makes drawings, photographs, video works, and more and still has time to make at least one collage every day. Posted 9.8.2008

Walburga Poeplau: See the works of German artist Walburga Poeplau. Her series of collages made entirely from found objects may be found here. Text in English. Posted 7.8.2010 Artist Jon Nelson uses stuff that's been used before (physical stuff and metaphysical stuff) to make art. He also creates some new stuff and writes about his artwork and its relationship to its audience Posted 1.28.02

Bert Preikschat: Bert Preikschat of Rostock, Germany calls his works "flotsam collages and installations with UV Painting." Text in German. Posted 4.2.2010

Lisa Pressman: Lisa Pressman combines painting, drawing, and collage in her compositonally sophisticated encaustic works. USA Posted March 2010

Karen Preston: The digital collages of Karen Preston contain more questions than answers. USA Posted 8.06.08

Roseanna Preston: Roseann Preston reexamines the archetypes of contemporary society in her collages. USA Posted 11.15.2011

Rick Price: The mixed media works of Rick Price are energized by his comments about them. Posted 8.16.04 Updated 5.20.09

Joan Proudman: Joan Proudman combines traditional and digital methods to create montages and collages. Posted 9.6.09

Kelly Provo: Kelly Provo's collages have representational components and sometimes illustrate quotations. USA Posted 04.09.08

Peter Quinnell: Peter Quinnell has been making collages for 25 years. Some of his works are illustrative, narrative, and brightly colored. Some offer social commentary and/or social observation. Some are humorous. See more of them here, here, and here Posted 7.1.09

Mores Rabenstern: German collagist Mores Rabenstern combines representational images with abstract forms. Her works are often rhythmic as well. Posted 11.24.07

Homa Ramezani: Expatriate Iranian artist Homa Ramezani explores her circumstances, past and present, in experimental collage paintings. Posted March 2010

Laurie Raskin: Children are sometimes metaphorically larger than life in the collages of California artist Laurie Raskin. Humor and Beauty are, she says, her muses. Posted 3.14.2010 Revised 9.1.2010

The Raw Artist: The website of Michel (pronounced "Michelle") Keck, a self-taught, self-styled "outsider artist" who makes what she calls "peculiar, mixed-media collage works." Posted 2.28.05

Sheree Rensel: Among artist Sheree Rensel's works are some topical and provocative collage-paintings. Posted 1.18.07

RetroCollage: Classical images and a contemporary outlook mark the digital collages of Eric Edelman. Posted 10.09.2010

australian flag Dave Riley: Dave Riley and his colleagues Mr Punch and Prof Ratbaggy (Emeritus), create collage-based comic strips, political satire, and animation . Australia. Belatedly Posted October 2013.

Dora Riomayor: Light and shadow play large roles in the realistic & painterly collages of New York artist Dora Riomayor. Posted 4.4.07

Kareem Rizk: Kareem Rizk's website exhibits hundreds of his collages. His traditional and digital works share the same aesthetic. Australia. Posted March 2011

Bob Rizzo: Drawing and subtlety mark artist Bob Rizzo's collages. He also makes assemblages and lots of other things.Posted 4.7.09

Lynne Roberts: U.K. artist Lynne Roberts' explorations include (but are not limited to) collage. Posted 2.14.02 Revised 7.8.08

Pierre Robin: The collages of French artist Pierre Robin are dynamic and provocative. They make interesting use of outline. Posted 2.17.03

Monica René Rochester: Monica René Rochester describes her collages as "another way of dreaming.". Posted 6.8.02

Klawa Rolf: While most of Klawa Rolf's collages belong in the photomontage category, his link also belongs here. The works provide perceptive visions, both real and imagined, of the world we live in..Germany Posted 10.09.2010

Launa D. Romoff: Launa D. Romoff is inspired by Kurt Schwitters. Posted 8.25.02

Irene Ronchetti: Many of Irene Ronchetti's collages explore things which are normally "escondido." Text in Spanish Argentina - Posted January 2011

Tracy Roos: Site currently being rebuilt.2/26/08. Tracy Roos makes both traditional and digital collages. Posted 8.16.04

Mimmo Rotella (1918 – 2006): See works by collage pioneer Mimmo Rotella. Posted 1.5.06 Rewised 02/26/08

Karel Rovny: Karel Rovny is the pseudonym of Czech artist Zdenek Zacek. Karel/Zdenek creates serious, funny and provocative collages. Posted 1.08.03

Diane Ruark: Diane Ruark's collages often look backward as well as around. USA Posted November 2011

Bianca Runge: The collages of Bianca Runge include some exciting and mysterious Dutch Landscapes. Netherlands Posted 9.15.08

Chris Rusak: Text takes on new meanings and implications in the elegant collages of San Francico artist Chris Rusak. USA Posted July 2011

flag Heike Sackmann Humor and issues of scale inspire the collages of German artist Heike Sackmann.Text in German, Posted March 2013

Joel Sampson : Some of the collages of Texas artist Joel Sampson playfully explore mechanisms. Others build on "Notan" as practiced by Arthur Wesley Dow in the early 1900's. Posted 10.29.01

Dani Sanchis: The collages of Dani Sanchis are economical: they often use a minimal number of images to create a maximum effect. Spain Posted March 2009.

Wilfred Sätty(1939-1982) See the monochromatic surreal collages of German-born artist Wilfred Sätty who was active in San Francisco during the 1960s. Posted 12.25.08

Guy Savel: French artist and poet Guy Savel combines drawing and painting with collage in his energetic mixed-media works.French with text in English Posted 7.3.03 Revised 12.09.2007

Tim Schaffer: See photos of an exhibition of collages by Kansas City, MO artist Tim Shaffer who makes both traditional and digital colleges. Posted 12.30.06

Nancy Scheinman: Innovative collages which are firmly rooted in the classical painting tradition.Posted February 2004

Denise Schill: Denise Schill's website includes not only four galleries of her own original works but a collage tutorial as well. USA Posted January 2010

Fabricio Schmidt: Fabricio Schmidt calls himself a photo artist. His repertoire includes a considerable amount of collage. His works make it clear that photocollage is not necessarily photomontage.Posted November 2009

Jutta H.M. Schriever: The collages of artist Jutta Schriever explore the multi-dimensionality of the human experience. Ms. Schriever is a member of the German-based Tao-Art Society. Text in German. Suggested by Juergen Sutter, Vice-President of the Tao-Art Society. Posted 8.8.01

Joan Schulze: Some of Joan Schulze's collages are related to the human form. She also makes quilts, prints, and more. Also, during the month of Novermber 2008 only, see an exhibition of Joan's collages here.USA. Posted October 2008

Kurt Schwitters (1887 - 1948): Here are a few sites showing works by this outstanding 20th Century collagist. Schwitters' Works at the Guggenheim /// Schwitters works in Mexico City /// Kurt Schwitters and the History of Photomontage

Stacie Speer Scott: The collages of Stacie Speer Scott reveal that her interests in processing her environment are encyclopedic. Posted 4.27.09

Scrapatorium: The artist-author of this collage blog gently but firmly takes some chances in the collages on display. Posted 8.01.04

Michael Seeber: The collage paintings of Michael Seeber reflect the artist's appreciation of the works of Roualt and Rauschenberg while establishing their own individual style. Posted 1.23.07

Hanna Seiman: Hanna Seiman uses paint films and palette residue as components of her abstract collaged assemblages. Posted 2.25.05

Ozlem Sen: One of Ozlem Sen's intentions is that the viewer will share some of the joy she experiences when she creates her collages.Posted 10.09.2010

Harriet Serenkin: New York artist Harriet Serenkin is constantly experimenting with new ways to work with different materials. Posted 2.15.2010

Mafalda Serrano: The website of multi-talented Portugese artist Mafalda Serrano includes a digital collage "Book of Days" as well as a set of unique original tarot cards which utilize digital collage to incorporate classical imagery. Ms. Serrano has a deliciously warm renaissance palette. Text in English & Portugese. Posted 6.3.09

Luis Manuel Serrano Diaz: Collages and Constructions in the grand tradition of surrealism. Text in Spanish. Texto en Español. Posted 3.6.2007

Gino Severini (1883 - 1966): 20th century Italian futurist painter and collage artist.

Mary Beth Shaw: Folks from the past find new homes in Mary Beth Shaw's collages. Once you get to the collage section of her site be sure to click on the numbers at the upper right to move from page to page. Posted 4.16.05

Michael (Misha) Shenbrot: Berlin-based artist Michael (Misha) Shenbrot creates expansive collages and photomontages in the classic tradition. Posted 7.20.08

Mellissa Shields: The mythical, mystical collages of Mellissa Shields celebrate freedom from body and mind. Her website includes a digital magnifying glass which allows visitors to see details of her works. Posted 11.21.09

Kira Shokhova: See the inventive collages of prolific artist Kira Shokhova at this flickr site. Use the navigation bar at the bottom of the page to move to the next page. Posted 5.20.09

The Shukovsky Gallery: Two collage artists in one family! How do they do it?Check out the website of Yvonne & Hal Shukovsky Posted 1.28.00

Elena Mary Siff: Complex and thoughtful collages by this southern Caliornia artist. Some appear to be shrines dedicated to the region she lives in. Posted 5.25.03 Nicole Tuggle artfully transforms ordinary items into objects of extraordinary power. Posted 4.6.03

us flag Karen Sikie: Karen Sikie's portrait and herbal collages are bold and dramatic and reveal the artist to be an accomplished colorist. Posted December 2012

J. D. Siskin: J.D. Siskin's collages are eloquent, up-front, and relevant. There are many of them on this website. Posted 12.7.03

Gerri Ann Siwek: See the collages 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

flag Fran Skiles: The fabric and paper collages of Fran Skiles are a feast of color and texture. Paint is part of the process. Posted July 2012

Victoria Skinner: Victoria Skinner's collages are "suffused with fantasy and dream."Posted 7.20.08

Samuel Sladow: The painterly collages of Parisian artist Samuel Sladow. Posted 12.7.03

Roderick Slater: Works by Rod Slater are hard to find on the internet but you can see some here and here. Posted March 2009

Jen Sloan: Issues of scale and juxtaposition inform New York artist Jen Sloan's predominantly monochromatic photo collages. Posted 9.26.04

baby smith: A subtle sense of composition informs the collages of California artist baby smith. The site also features a webcam of the artist's studio. Posted 2.18.07

Elaine Brady Smith: The collages of Elaine Brady Smith explore the circumstantial implications of the images and materials she chooses. Posted 3.8.2010

Justine Smith: Justine Smith's currency collages are international in outlook. Posted 2.18.07

Kim Smith: Kim Smith's collages are understated and thought provoking. Posted 7.2.03

Russell C. Smith: Collages are a major component of Russell C. Smith's CreativeLifeinProgress blog. Some contain fabric. Posted 8.20.2006

Winston Smith: Many of Winston Smith's sometimes ironic collages have been published as illustrations in magazines as varied as the New Yorker and Playboy.

Deborah K. Snider: Quilt artist Deborah K. Snider also creates paper and fabric collages. USA. Posted 12/.17.2008

Pat Snyder: Pat Synder's works are primarily abstract although they sometimes contain realistic elements as well. The emphasis in is on movement and action.. USA Posted 10.18.08

sweden Christina Sohlberg Christine Sohlberg incorporates printed linoleum cut elements into her figurative and landscape-based compositions. Sweden Posted February 2014

Nikki Soppelsa: The collages of Nikki Soppelsa are often narrative, sometimes mythic, and sometimes humorous. See more of Ms. Soppelsa's works on her Facebook page. Posted 6.16.2010

Sparkleface: See the collages of the amazingly prolific and mysterious artist who goes by the nom de plume "Sparkleface." Look in the right hand column for the links to the collages (there are hundreds). USA Posted 2.6.2011 - Revised and Corrected May 2013.

Steven Specht: Steven Specht sometimes uses color sparingly to add energy to collages which are basically monochromatic.You can see some of these stylistically unique works on his blog. Be sure to review "Older Posts" as well as the newer works. Posted 2.5.2011

Sabine Spiesser: Layered digital collages focusing on nature. Posted 9.06.09

Nancy Standlee: The representational collages of Texas artist Nancy Standlee focus on sports, animals, and more. Click on her name to see her newest works. See additional works here.Posted 2.6.2011

James Michael Starr: Concise and elegant, the collages and constructions of artist James Michael Starr illumine the human experience.Posted 7.7.00 / Updated 11.16.00

Carol Staub: Among the collages of Carol Staub are both figurative and abstract works. Posted 5.19.2006

Stephanus Gallery: Collage artist Berni Stephanus creates (in France and Switzerland) provocative and exciting collages by allowing the elements to dance with (and against) each other. Posted 1.29.00

Alexander 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

amflag Brandy Stivers: Collage Artist Brandy Stivers rearranges fragments of the obvious and not-so-obvious to provide insights into both aesthetic and human relationships.Posted Feb 2014.

Kathryn Stotler: Color-filled fabric collages possibly inspired by a wide range of influences including Gustav Klimt, Traditional American Quilts, and Robert Cronin.Posted 6.16.2010

Karolis Strautniekas: Highly developed drawing skills inform the works of Karolis Strautniekas of which many are collages. See his drawings and etchings here. Posted May 2009

Pat Street: The delightful and uniquely verbal collages of my friend and colleague Pat Street reflect her love of words. Some of her works are also marked by an interest in, and affection for, the Romany people. Posted 6.16.99

Barbra Sundquist: The website of this British Columbia mixed-media artist offers images of her works and descriptions of her techniques. Posted 1.23.01

Sunny Nai Sun: The intricate collages of Hamilton, Ontario (Canada) artist Sunny Nai Sun take their viewer on surreal and mysterious journeys. Another mystery: Sunny is probably the only artist on this list without an e-mail address. Suggested by Tammy Anderson / Posted 5.23.01

Rand Swansey: Rand Swansey's collages are comfortable yet subtle. Click on his name or see additional works here, here, here, and here. Posted10.15.2005 - Revised 2.28.08, Revised 3.28.08

Rhiannon Maria Sweet: For Rhiannon Maria Sweet, art is about expression, passion, and courage. See her collages at Posted 8.30.2007

Sweetwater: Choose from a list of nearly seventy collages (both digital and "hand-made") of Natsuki Kimura. No thumbnails means lots of surprises. Text in both English and Japanese Posted 6.19.99

american flag Brandon Swonger: The traditional and digital collages of Brandon Swonger explore collisions of nature and technology.. Posted 9.12.2012

Jonathan Talbot's Studio: The website of painter, printmaker, & collage artist Jonathan Talbot, the creator of this website.

Nikolas Tantsoukes: Nikolas Tantsoukes expertly hand-cut paper photomontages are often humorous, and sometimes profound. Posted 2.05.2007

Patricia Tavenner: Patricia Tavenner's website offers collages, assemblages, artist's books, mirror montages and more. Posted 8.16.2007

Sandra Ortiz Taylor: Artist and author Sandra Ortiz Taylor describes herself as a "lapsed easel painter..." who has a "love for language and ideas..." Posted 8.16.04

Erella Teitler: Exotic papers play a large role in the colorful collages of Israeli-born American artist Erella Teitler. Posted November 2011

Tuukka Teponoja. Provocative collages by Finnish artist Tuukka Teponoja can be seen on this blog.

Jason Thielke: See the exciting image transfer works of Jason Thielke of Denver, Colorado. Posted 8.19.2007

Frédéric Thiry: Belgian artist & illustrator Frédéric Thiry combines collage with other techniques. Posted 11.24.2007 Revised June 2011

Hank Willis Thomas: Hank Willis Thomas creates provocative images relating to contemporary icons and advertising. USA Posted November 2009

Amy Alice Thompson: The exploratory collages of Amy Alice Thompson are larger than their actual size. Posted 5.15.98

Roxsane K. Tiernan: See the works of Roxsane K. Tiernan, a Canadian practicioner of chiigiri-e', a Japanese collage art form.Canada Posted March 2009

Judy Tolley: Paint and images from the late 1800s and early 1900s merge in the collages of Judy Tolley. USA Posted Nov 2009

Cecil Touchon: Collages and other works by Cecil Touchon, founding director of the The International Museum of Collage, Assemblage, and Construction. Revised Nov 2014

Willie Torbert: The figurative collages of Willie Torbert explore human experience in a bold andcolorful manner. Posted 6.11.05

Viet Tran: The painterly collages of Vietnamese/Canadian artist Viet Tran celebrate both chaos and order. Canada / Posted 7.20.08

Virginie Transon: See the bright, colorful collages of French artist Virginie Transom. Some of her works are three-dimensional. Posted Feb 2004

Robert Tucker: The collages of Robert Tucker include "intricate, diminutive references to the manmade and natural worlds." USA Posted Oct 2008

Rebeca Trevino: Rebeca Trevino obtains most of her materials by "dumpster diving." New "finds" lead her artistic journey in new directions. She also makes assemblages.USA Posted 6.17.2010

Peter Tytla: Peter Tytla's wonderful collages are made entirely of photographs he takes himself... His visual focus is junkyards but his metaphysical focus is surreal humor. Posted 12.8.2003 Revised 7.17.06

Will Ursprung: Artist Will Ursprung, Director of Development for the National Collage Society (USA), makes both collages and assemblages. You can see them here and here USA Posted June 2015

Kathryn Uster: The representational collages of Kathryn Uster celebrate the beauty of both real and imagined landscapes. Often the subjects are in the Southwest USA. USA Posted March 2010

am flag Marcus Uzilevsky: Among the works of multi-talented artist Marcus Uzilevsky are some which combine watercolor and collage and and others which are sourced in the lacerated poster tradition of décollage (see his "affiche art" series).. USA Posted May 2013

Vaguely Artistic: The collage artist at this site appears to prefer to remain anonymous. The works are serious, funny, provocative, and more. Posted 7.8.2003

Egmont Van Dyck: See the collages of multi-talented artist Egmont Van Dyck. Learn about the sources of his imagery as well. Posted April 2010

Gloria Vanni: Visual images are seen through linguistic filters in the collages of Gloria Vanni. Text in Italian, English, French, Spanish, and German Italia Posted 2.01.09

usa Ren Vasiliev Ren Vasiliev's collages are economical in style and thoughtful in content. The titles provide access to the works. You can see more of them here.Posted February 2014

Judy van Vliet: The works of Judy van Vliet are rooted in Christian tradition and explore the creative, transient and vulnerable nature of our existence. Netherlands Posted 6.16.2010

Marcel Vanslembrouck: Marcel Vanslembrouck's collages are technically and aesthetically refined. They are also stylistically cohesive.Text in Dutch Belgium. Posted March, 2011

Pierre Jean Varet: Words and images take on a textural existance in the collages of this French artist. Text in French Posted 5.31.06

Isabel Velasco: The collages of Isabel Velasco reflect the circumstances of their creation. Sometimes there are surprises. Text in French, English, and Spanish Posted 4.09.08

Pep Ventosa: The digital collages of Pep Ventosa, a Catalan artist currently living (most of the time) in San Francisco, are subtle distortions of reality. Posted 7.8.2003

Verlan: The site of French artist Verlan offers a gallery of collages, links, and more. Posted 4.21.99

Gloria Vilches: Gloria Vilches' collages and photomontages form a visual diary/autobiography which is sometimes funny, sometimes painful, and always thought provoking. Text in Spanish Spain. Posted March 2008.

Daniele Villa: Italian artist Daniele Villa makes small works in the grand tradition of collage. Posted 1.17.2007

Twisted Vintage : Old papers and images take on a new life when manipulated and combined by Claudia Congleton. Posted 1.02.03

von Lichtenberg: View the collages of expatriate artist Pablo Reese von Lichtenberg, born in the US but now living in Berlin. His works reflect the artistic history of his new home. Text in English. Posted 1.16.01 Revised 2.19.01

Hilary L. Wagner : Hillary L. Wagner's collages are bright bold works which examine the icons which surround us. They can be found at

Mark Wagner: Money is the medium and the medium is the message in Mark Wagner's collages.USA Posted 11.24.2007

Sebastian Wahl: Sebastian Wahl's website shows a variety of his resin and paper collages and also two movies, one of which shows the creation of a collage which covers the entire first floor of the front of a building..USA Posted 2.15.2010

Rex Prescott Walden: Many of Rex Prescott Walden's collage-paintings find their inspiration in nautical charts.USA Posted 12.17.2008

Karl Waldmann (1890-1958?): When Karl Waldmann disappeared in 1958 he left behind a substantial body of constuctivist/dadaist work which was discovered in 1989.Germany Posted 8.06.08

David Wallace: Inspired by the great collagists of the 20th Century, David Wallace explores new realms with his elegant images. Posted 8.16.03

flag Priscilla Wallace: Priscilla Wallace creates bright, bold, textured semi-abstract collages in both small and medium formats. Place your cursor on the thumbnails to see the works. Posted July 2012

Juliann Wasisco: Site currently being rebuilt.2/26/08. Juliann Wasisco has some beautiful and inspiring new works in the collage gallery of her website at Posted 8.1.2003

Amy Wasserman: The subjects of Amy Wasserman's colorful collages range from political comment to illustration. She often has a sense of humor. Posted 3.4.08

Donna Watson: Donna Watson's carefully composed collages celebrate the qualities of the materials she uses. Posted 8.27.2007

Karen Watson: Massachusetts artist Karen Watson focuses on color and composition. The results are elegantly collaged utilitarian objects as well as flat surfaces . USA. Posted March 2010

australia Kirk Watts Kirk Watts makes subtle use of text in his light-contour cut larger-than-life portrait collages. Be sure to click on the "Image Gallery" to see the close-up photos. Australia, Posted February 2014.

Marshall Weber: Money takes on new meanings in Marshall Weber's collages. USA. Posted 11.24.2007

Gary Weidner: Gary Weidner's subtle, profound, thoughtful, and evocative works combine intaglio printmaking and collage. Posted 11.10.04

J. Philip White: J. Philip White's collages are courageous, provocative, profound, and expertly made. Posted 12.7.2003

Jack Whyte: The highly refined representational collages of Canadian artist Jack Whyte read like paintings on the internet. Dylon Whyte, who created Jack's website, explains that they are pure collage and that their appearance is the result of the artist's use of papers with gradient colors. Posted 4.21.99

Christopher Wilde: Christopher Wilde does amazing collages made out of money. You can see additional works here. Posted 11.24.07

Nancy Wilkoff: Nancy Wilkoff's elegantly understated collages and assemblages often have a sense of humour. Posted 10.04.05

Lynette Williams: See the realistic and impressionistic fabric collages of Lynette Williams. Posted January 2012

Sharon Lynn Williams: Calgary, Alberta (Canada) painter Sharon Lynn Williams is using an increasing amount of collage in her recent mixed-media works. You can also see some of these works on her blog Canada Posted 11.15.08

Patricia Ann Wilson: Many of Patricia Ann Wilson's collages celebrate the culture, vitality, and traditions of Jamaica. Posted 10.09.2010

Sandra Duran Wilson: Formality, informality, gesture and intention compliment each other in the collage works of 4th generation artist Sandra Duran Wilson US Posted 11.15.08

Nim Xuto: The collages of Portland, Oregon artist Nim Xuto reflect her asian roots. Posted 10.19.02

Toni Young: Toni Young's mixed-media works reveal that she has a talent for painting as well as pasting. Posted 4.4.04

ind Zafar Mohammad Zafar Representation and abstraction are partners in the collages of Zafar Mohammad Zafar. Posted 11.3.13

Marijana Zebeljan: Despite the name of her website, "," Marijana Zebeljan's collages are well-organized. Posted 8.29.06

Ludwig Zeller: Few of this Chilean surrealist's collages can be found on the internet. See three here.and one here. Posted 8.29.06

Brian Zenk : Brian Zenk's site has grown tremendously since it was first listed here a year ago. Lots of interesting works. Among his collage-based images I particularly like the animated one at Brian has fun. Posted 8.1.00, updates 7.16.01

Carol Zimny: The collages of Carol Zimny are bold, colorful, and fun. Posted 9.6.0

Joel Zuercher: Joel Zuercher's economy of style gives his collages power and impact. Posted January 2011 - Suggested by Brian Deming

Lisa Zukowski: The works of my friend, neighbor, and colleague Lisa Zukowski often include collage. Posted 11.21.09

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