Artist Inspiration - Joseph Cornell - Assemblages

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    This took me an age to create digitally - or so I thought until my niece who is an assemblage artist told me that, starting with a vintage apothecary's cabinet, she estimates it will take her at least a year to fill with hand made metal and fabric items. I can't compete with that!!
    The shadow boxes and shadows are by Maya at Scrapbookgraphics. Elements are mostly from Lorie Davidson also of SBG and the old gramophone is from Finecrafted Designs.

    Laura Galley, junibears, and ms.bailey added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Laura Galley 37 months ago | reply

      This is so interesting!! I love the fantastic details... I can really see all the hard work you did for this and it payed off!

    2. huntstrong 37 months ago | reply

      You have assembled a wonderful bunch of eye candy. I especially like the lower right corner with the bird and bugs.

    3. junibears 37 months ago | reply

      A fantastic work marie. You've excelled yourself.xx

    4. room17 37 months ago | reply

      Wonderful piece.

    5. Lins Art 37 months ago | reply

      Wonderful bits and pieces.

    6. Nissa Nightfire [wonderingthegrid.com] 37 months ago | reply

      how terrific! I love the vintage feel of the colors ... and yes! I can see it must have taken a lot of work!

    7. The Whimsey Asylum... 37 months ago | reply

      A big standing ovation from me Marie...Bravo!

    8. bluegiraffe2007 37 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! You really succeeded in giving this amazing dimension, Marie!

    9. jaci XIII 37 months ago | reply

      All these objects artfully placed. It was masterful.

    10. indybev1 37 months ago | reply

      Oh my, oh my, did you have fun or what??? This is glorious, Marie. Cornell would be proud to call it his own!

    11. Chris' Wings 37 months ago | reply

      Lovely vintage box of treasures, Marie.

    12. ms.bailey 37 months ago | reply

      Oh so wonderful! So many wonderful items - what fun you must have had making this.

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