Thursday, June 18, 2009

Disintegration Project Assemblage Piece


Here is my simple assemblage piece for
Seth's brain child project.
This was created from some of the items I had weathering outside for months. Newspaper, metal and telephone book pages. I did not spray or paint any finish on anything. This piece will most likely evolve even more, but for the project I thought it best to stop here to be true to Seth's project. Enjoy!!!
Continue on to the next post to see the sides and bottom of the assemblage.

13 comments:

Seth said...

Wow this looks great. I loved the sides from the prior post and this just raises the bar even more. Great!!

Val Foster said...

This is totally amazing Darlene. You really stayed true to the whole concept. I'm trying to figure out what you did on the top. Did you do weaving? How is this piece put together? It's beautiful and pure and turns disintegration into integration. Fantastic job! Kudos to you.

Gail P said...

lovely!!!! I've got to get busy!!!

La Dolce Vita said...

this is just fantastic work!

Ontheroad said...

Fascinating surfaces from the disintegration pieces you mentioned.

The organic quality is very striking.

La Dolce Vita said...

amazing!

herminesplace said...

This looks great!

diane said...

Looks like the beginning of something great!

rachel whetzel said...

It's SO NEAT to see what everyone is doing with their pieces!! This is so cool!

deb said...

some of the pieces you just know it would be so much better to be able to see them in person, this is very cool

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I'm totally impressed with the sides from the previous post and the finished project. Love the metal. Did you heat the metal to get the different colors? Really nice project.

alteredbits said...

this is great! i love the deterioration and color of the sites. the top is really neat too! very well done indeed!

quinncreative said...

The idea of letting things weather and then using them is so rich in creativity, planning and patience. The wait was worth it. This is lovely!