A love of my past lived in the country in Baldwin City, Kansas. He had a lovely field of poppies near his house that I loved to photograph. The photo in this piece was taken with a Holga camera. 12" x 12"
This is an original mixed-media painting that combines collage, one of my original photographs printed on canvas, cotton thread, and acrylic paint on canvas; sealed with polymer varnish.
The piece is signed and dated on the front. The sides are painted so it can either be hung as is, or framed.
I approach creating these mixed-media pieces much like working in my visual journals. I have no preconceived idea of what the outcome will look like or exactly what I’m going to do. I just start working and see where it takes me, adding paint, collage & photos, sometimes sewing, sometimes printing or stamping, until I know the piece is finished.
The copyright watermark is not on the original artwork.
(Note: I do my best to make sure the color looks accurate, but, everyone’s monitor is different. So the color might look different in real life than it does on your computer.)All images are copyright © 2008- 2020 Traci Bunkers. All rights reserved. I retain the copyright even after the sale of the original art. Please do not reproduce the actual art or these images without my prior permission.
- • 12″ x 12″
- • on stretched canvas
- • sealed with polymer varnish
- • This comes from a pet friendly, smoke-free environment.
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In this piece, my photograph of a cemetery statue started as the background. I collaged, stenciled, painted and stamped around the image to create a visual frame. 12" x 12"
The picture is part of a mausoleum gate in the cemetery across from my house. I find the ironwork on it very beautiful. This is the family mausoleum of John P. Usher, who was President Abraham Lincoln's Secretary of Interior. 12" x 12"