|my "stacked archives"|
Seth Apter from "The altered page" has made his yearly post about buried treasures and hidden gems.
Searching in the posts of the last years I came along the post from Sept. 21, 2011.
It was about paper stacks and artists who like to stack, also one of the wonderful projects of Seth.
Between all the comments on that post I re-discoverd an interesting one (from Jo Murray):
"These are some awesome stacks!....but i'd really like to get my hands on yours...bet there are
some masterpieces in there".
Masterpieces or not:), when I posted the photo above, I realized that no one could see what was
inside the stack.
Here are some of them. Not shown before and hidden in my "stacked archive".
Don't forget to visit Seth's site for more "buried treasures", you'll find it here
Made in 2001, no titles, mixed media on paper/collage, size +/- A4 or smaller.
Good to know I am not the only one with "stacks".
Every one of these is a gem, Eric!
so wonderful to show a few of these as well as the magnificent stack...
Great to see what you chose for Buried treasure. I love taking part in it and seeing what everyone shows again. What a great selection you pulled from that stack!!
I knew it! Thank heavens for Seth or we would never have seen these treasures.
What wonderful hidden treasure in that stack! I love the textures and colors..the sensitivity and simplicity. Happy to have found you!--Julie
Ditto to Jo's earlier sentiments - that is a stack worth getting one's hands on. Full of apparent treasures.
So solid yet shows so much movement. I like the papers.
Oh so enjoyable to see the stack unstacked!
Hello! I'm visiting via Seth Apter's Buried Treasure. I'm so intrigued by the idea of stacks! I've always created lots of piles, but a stack sounds much more interesting and deliberate. I'm very taken with the colors and textures in your work.
Thank you all for your kind comments. Glad you like it. Coming month(s) I'll post more from the "stacked archive".
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