Tea Time By: Kerri Warner

About

Book pages, printed papers, found objects form figure, raised texture background, acrylic paint

“I relish the combination of contemporary design with the unexpected utilization of found, recycled, and/or repurposed materials. In my collages I use a combination of found materials (e.g., book pages, wrapping paper, fragments of antique hardware, etc.) and acrylic paints to create mixed media works on wood panels. Textured backgrounds are created using joint compound and stencils or by gluing die cut letters and numbers. Backgrounds are then painted with acrylic paint then layered with papers to create the subjects. Acrylic glazes are added to lightly shade and give dimension to the subjects. Letters and numbers are often incorporated into my art, as a graphic element or to convey a thought or theme. When we are exposed to letters and numbers we are conditioned to make sense of them and figure out, "what does it mean?" "what does it say?" The goal with these works is to strip away the inherent meaning of specific letters and numbers and use them as objects to build the composition of the piece. When people interact with them, I want to engage both the left brain (where logic resides) and the right brain (where creativity resides) in hopes that they are free to experience the elements in a new way - to create something totally unique.”

- Kerri Warner
  • Details:

    • mixed media, textured background, acrylic, contemporary design
    • GIN-1125-860
    • 48
    • 60
    • Wooden crate
    • Original One-of-a-Kind
    • Mixed Media
    • Wood Panel
    • Vertical
    • United States
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  • Details:

    • mixed media, textured background, acrylic, contemporary design
    • GIN-1125-860
    • 48
    • 60
    • Wooden crate
    • Original One-of-a-Kind
    • Mixed Media
    • Wood Panel
    • Vertical
    • United States

About

Book pages, printed papers, found objects form figure, raised texture background, acrylic paint

“I relish the combination of contemporary design with the unexpected utilization of found, recycled, and/or repurposed materials. In my collages I use a combination of found materials (e.g., book pages, wrapping paper, fragments of antique hardware, etc.) and acrylic paints to create mixed media works on wood panels. Textured backgrounds are created using joint compound and stencils or by gluing die cut letters and numbers. Backgrounds are then painted with acrylic paint then layered with papers to create the subjects. Acrylic glazes are added to lightly shade and give dimension to the subjects. Letters and numbers are often incorporated into my art, as a graphic element or to convey a thought or theme. When we are exposed to letters and numbers we are conditioned to make sense of them and figure out, "what does it mean?" "what does it say?" The goal with these works is to strip away the inherent meaning of specific letters and numbers and use them as objects to build the composition of the piece. When people interact with them, I want to engage both the left brain (where logic resides) and the right brain (where creativity resides) in hopes that they are free to experience the elements in a new way - to create something totally unique.”

- Kerri Warner