I made these collages with my brain and hands and heart. I pick out words and images in hopes of inspiring people to live happy and healthy lives. If you like one, you can buy it and hang it where you will see it every day. As I make new collages, I will post photos of them here.

This collage, entitled Time for a Change, is 4″ X 6.” It is made from paper on a postcard that was intercepted from the recycling bin. It costs $20, including postage.

 

This collage, entitled Yes, Please, is 4″ X 6.” It is made from paper on a postcard that was intercepted from the recycling bin. It costs $20, including postage.

 

This collage, entitled It is What It Is, is 4″ X 6.” It is made from paper on a postcard that was intercepted from the recycling bin. It costs $20, including postage.

 

 

This collage, entitled Be Strong and Courageous, is 4" X 6." It is made from paper on a post card that was intercepted from the recycling bin.

This collage, entitled Be Strong and Courageous, is 4″ X 6.” It is made from paper on a postcard that was intercepted from the recycling bin. It costs $20, including postage.

 

This collage is called All is Well. It consists of paper on cardboard and is approximately 4" x 4 1/2."

This collage is called All is Well. It consists of paper on cardboard and is approximately 4″ x 4 1/2.” The heart on the upper right side is an actual object (an old button) glued onto the collage. It costs $20. including postage.

 

This collage is called You Don't Have to Hold on to Your Past. It is made from paper on a postcard saved from the recycling bin.

This collage is called You Don’t Have to Hold on to Your Past. It is made from paper on a postcard saved from the recycling bin. The price is $20, including postage.

 

This collage is called What Are You Waiting For? It is made from paper on cardboard. The size is approximately 4 1/2" x 3 3/4," and the cost is $15, including postage.

This collage is called What Are You Waiting For? It is made from paper on cardboard. The size is approximately 4 1/2″ x 3 3/4,” and the cost is $15, including postage.

 

This collage is called What's Your Next Move? It is made from paper on a postcard that was headed to the recycling bin. It is 6" x 4," and costs $20, including postage.

This collage is called What’s Your Next Move? It is made from paper on a postcard that was headed to the recycling bin. It is 6″ x 4,” and costs $20, including postage.

 

 

This collage is called "Exercise." It is also approximately 5" x 7" and is paper on mat board. The price is $20, including postage.

This collage is called Exercise. It is also approximately 5″ x 7″ and is made from paper on mat board. The price is $20, including postage.

 

The last new collage is called "Just Because I Can." It is also approximately 4" x 6", paper on a reused postcard. The price is $15, including postage.

This collage is called Just Because I Can. It is also approximately 4″ x 6″, and is made from paper on a reused postcard. The price is $15, including postage.

 

This collage, "Chicken Tractor" is currently part of the show So Many Chickens, So Little Time a the Sun Gallery in Truth or Consequences, NM. It is priced at $65. If it doesn't sell at the show, I will be willing to reduce the price. There is an additional $10 shipping charge. The piece is approximately 13" x 15". It consists of a cloth napkin stapled to a canvas with paper collaged onto the napkin. There are also sparkly stars scattered over the collage. You can read about "Chicken Tractor" here: http://www.rubbertrampartist.com/2016/05/03/so-many-chickens-so-little-time/.)

This collage, Chicken Tractor, was in the show So Many Chickens, So Little Time at the Sun Gallery in Truth or Consequences, NM. It was priced at $65. It didn’t sell at the show, so I am willing to take less for it. Make me an offer!  The piece is approximately 13″ x 15″. It consists of a cloth napkin stapled to a canvas with paper collaged onto the napkin. There are also sparkly stars scattered over the collage. You can read about “Chicken Tractor” here: http://www.rubbertrampartist.com/2016/05/03/so-many-chickens-so-little-time/.