By Rhoda K Baker.
This is an abstract drawing in pen and acrylic inks, cut up and re-arranged to create a totally new image, fixed onto a plywood panel and varnished. One of an ongoing series.
The mounted panel is 20 cm x 20 cm and 3 cm in depth.
Rhoda says that she is 'totally addicted to cutting up paper.' It's a long standing obsession that has been with her since she was at the Royal Collage in the 1970s. 'Collage for me is liberating and dynamic, especially when working in an abstract way.'
Rhoda is a multidisciplinary artist who creates works in paper, ink and uses paper and textile ephemera in the wearable art available at Atelier Beside the Sea.
This work is shown at Atelier Beside the Sea as part of the Collage exhibition.