Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Mixed Media-Ripped and Torn Series





Well gentle readers,
I am working diligently in the studio...
daily to tie up loose ends..




Holiday Cards with Vintage stamps.. Caterina Giglio



meet deadlines and get a handle on my work..




Caterina Giglio, Two Sides of the Same Story, Mixed Media on cradled board


before we leave for our
European tour..




That means that I need to have my
holiday cards made and ready to post..

so I have been working on those..







Caterina Giglio, Mixed Media on cradled board, Settling Old Debts,








Caterina Giglio, Mixed Media, detail, Settling Old Debts.





and working on my 
Ripped and Torn Series



Which will debut this May..




in Colorado
at 142 Bis Gallerie..

I have learned so much about mixed media..
and paper with this new collection..





Magnolia seed pod and fall leaves..



and while I have signed all the new pieces, 
they still need to be sealed..

and I will work on that when I return..




This collection was birthed in relationship
upheaval..
Ripping papers to shreds and the ties that bind...
I found release in rearranging and story telling in 
different ways..
manipulating the paper to move to my narrative..





Caterina Giglio, The Days are Numbered, Mixed Media on Paper.



Thanks for all your concern about hurricane Michael,
we are fine and it seems to be headed west of us..

so I will be back in the studio this week and 
preparing for a new video on
Composition for Mixed Media..

Hope to see you then, 


C4N!






15 comments:

Donald Digison said...

Love your work Cat. I am always impressed and moved by your art and words.

artemisa said...

I like your work with cards. Happy post international day.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

It's good to know you are probably going to miss Michael. And your latest collages are wonderful. I like the analogy you used to find release in ripping and tearing. They are certainly impressive.

ELFI said...

j'aime beaucoup ton dernier travail avec les déchirures! et je vois que tu commence les carte pour les fêtes... je suis en retard et toujours en voyage, mais cette fois je suis de retour ! biz

vonleidenberg said...

Beautiful layers! I like that because it makes a great visual effect.
Best regards
Solveig

froebelsternchen said...

I am always impressed with your art and words Cat! This pieces are no exception!
Big hugs, great to hear you are well !
Susi

Corrine at corrinegilman.com said...

Hope you were completely unscathed with Michael. Lovely holiday cards, wonderful triangular shape! xox

Caterina Giglio said...

Thank you Don, I always delight in reading your comments!! xoxo

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi Artemisa, thank you, glad you like the cards, they are the only cards I ever make!!

Caterina Giglio said...

Merci ma chérie, je suis si heureuse que tu aimes le dernier travail et oui, je devais obtenir les cartes pour pouvoir envoyer la tienne dès que je reviens de notre voyage! biz

Caterina Giglio said...

Solveig, so nice to have you visit!! Thank you and so glad you liked the work! x

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi Susi, thank you so much my dear, that means so much to me!! xo

Caterina Giglio said...

Corrine, thank you dear friend, feeling so very blessed!! xoxo

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