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Collage Art

Collage, meaning to glue, is a form of assemblage. Collage may include any organic or inorganic materials glued together and/or in combination with various paint media such as acrylic or oil paints, inks, markers, charcoal, pastels and more.

Collage became a distinctive form of art in the early 20th century, though collage has been done since the advent of paper in China around 200 B.C. Georges Braque first used simulated oak-grain wallpaper cuttings with his charcoal drawings. Pablo Picasso immediately followed using collage techniques in his paintings.

Decoupage, photomontage, and digital are other forms of collage.

Norma Gray

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Stephanie Hill-Ross

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Gayle Sanchirico

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