Sometimes a Collage is Just a Collage
My sister admired my rose bush and asked for a rooted cutting, as if I have any idea on earth how to root rose cuttings. So I got on “the Google” to find out whether there was a special way to do it. The rose people basically said to put the cutting in a clean damp growing medium inside a zipper bag, seal the bag, and wait for a month. So I did two cuttings and I’m waiting to see if it works.
I don’t know what this has to do with the above collage, but the collage reminded me of the rose cuttings, so that’s the title.
I could have told you a long story about how I finally feel rooted in my new home now (which is true) or that my philosophy of art is rooted in my love for nature and earthy themes (also true) or I could have said that many of the papers that I use in collage come from the earth after I’ve buried them (true again.)
But I’ll go for the simplest explanation. Sometimes a collage is just a collage.
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