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January 13, 2017

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alyssabeth

I knew Laura had to be behind this somehow haha

Cynthia

I would call my mail stuff craft or collage because I do not or cannot draw. Some of the drawn artwork I have seen absolutely can be called "art". It seems to me that the handwork of others, via pencil or paintbrush, can take one's breath away in a manner that collage does not.
Just my idea on a Friday afternoon before a long weekend where I am stalling on my last bit of work.

Jen B

I love that envelope! How creative!

oliviarrow

This is totally fascinating to me, I'll have to read that paper sometime!

fafa

Yes it 's ART !!!!!!! En leur temps Picasso ,Braque et beaucoup d'autres ont fait des collages qui sont devenus des œuvres que l'on retrouve dans les musées !!!!!!!

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