Citra Solv Collage

 

“I learned the trick of coating magazine pages with Citra Solv and letting them soak. The textures resulting from the dissolved ink were intriguing. Collaging images from my own paintings, I was able to achieve these surreal works.”

 

Crossover Moon, 12 x 12 Citra Solv Collage from the Citra Solv collection by Eve Margo Withrow, © 2015

Crossover Moon
12 x 12 Citra Solv Collage
$350

Wishes Reflected, 10 x 8 Citra Solv Collage from the Citra Solv collection by Eve Margo Withrow, © 2015

Wishes Reflected
8 x 10 Citra Solv Collage
$220

Zipped, 8 x 10 Citra Solv collage from the Citra Solv collection by Eve Margo Withrow, © 2015

Zipped
8 x 10 Citra Solv Collage
$220

Eclipsed, 8 x 8 Citra Solv collage from the Citra Solv collection by Eve Margo Withrow, © 2015

Eclipsed
8 x 8 Citra Solv Collage
$220

Signs of Life, 12 x 12 Citra Solv collage from the Citra Solv collection by Eve Margo Withrow, © 2015

Signs of Life
12 x 12 Citra Solv collage
$220

 Solar Wind, 9x9 citrasolve and collage on paper from the Citra Solv collection by Eve Margo Withrow, © 2015

Solar Wind
9 x 9 Citra Solve and collage on paper
$220

Moon Moves Fog

Moon Moves Fog
8 x 8 Citra Solv collage
$220

Tree Tribe Sees Moon, 8 x 8 Citra Solv Collage from the Citra Solv collection by Eve Margo Withrow, © 2015

Tree Tribe Sees Moon
8 x 8 Citra Solv Collage
$220

Recent Posts

Zoom Inspired !

My friend and fellow Artist, Pam Hounschild and I have been teaching a Water Media Textures Workshop via Zoom. Pam is a more linear thinker than I am which was essential in pulling this off. Our first online class was through the Mendocino Art Center in Mendocino, CA. We will teach the class again  October  5,8,12,15 with them also. . In the meantime we are also teaching September 14,17,21, and 24.through the Emerald Art Center in Springfield OR.

Its a quite different experience for all of us to not be in the same space but we are finding our way and everyone had fun and produced some great pieces.

Leading up to this new zoom life, I had decided I was tired of cutting mats, handling heavy glass and framing my work: too labor intensive and the glass made it difficult  to view the work because of the glare. So I have been working smaller and experimenting with adhering images on paper to wood substrates and layering on acrylic medium to seal them and applying a final couple of layers  of UV varnish to make them lightfast. I really like the immediacy of images and the detail preserved.  

Here are some examples of the current works.

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