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name my collage!

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Believe it or not, this collage started out with me being determined to create something in a minimalistic style. Yeah. Didn’t happen.

Adding details is like some weird compulsion for me. I just can’t seem to help it.

Although I am thinking it’s time to really challenge myself to try minimalism. I so admire the beauty of that style and it can feel so impactful. I want to create that. I’ll try again. 

But I’m not sure what to name this new collage? Its quirky and just a wee bit creepy. Art Brain said to ask you for a title. What do you think?

10 Comments
  • Barbara
    Posted at 03:21h, 24 September Reply

    I’d call it ‘Baby Jane’.

  • sue
    Posted at 12:21h, 24 September Reply

    Perhaps Ring of Fire on Halloween Eve or possibly Death of a Head of Garlic which is what that image at the bottom right seems to be to me.

    I have to say I like the top two thirds of this piece very, very much, The bottom third is definitely creepy and would keep me up at night.

  • Selena
    Posted at 12:27h, 24 September Reply

    call it Some Weird Compulsion

  • Martha Wolfe
    Posted at 12:45h, 24 September Reply

    Square Peg

  • Sandy D
    Posted at 12:49h, 24 September Reply

    Being Alive!

    Marcel Duchamp did the real minimalist painting. It was a blank canvas.

  • Sandy D
    Posted at 12:52h, 24 September Reply

    Title: Being Alive!

    About minimalism – Marcel Duchamp created the real minimal painting. It was a blank canvas.

  • Sandy Borglum
    Posted at 12:59h, 24 September Reply

    Happy Baby. or Eclipse.

  • Michelle Banton
    Posted at 12:59h, 24 September Reply

    When I first looked at this, I only saw the top 2/3rds of the image. I LOVED it! But then when I scrolled down a bit, I saw the doll head and scissors and those changed everything about the feeling of this piece. I still like it, but yes, it’s a bit on the creepy side. But, I’m weird and creepy is ok.

  • Deb Clarke
    Posted at 13:01h, 24 September Reply

    The rising.

  • Gabriele
    Posted at 13:10h, 24 September Reply

    My first thoughts turned to birth. There is a beauty and a messiness to birth. Perhaps a title like Relief. It captures both!

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