Junk Mail Art: The Door

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Jane Dougherty’s microfiction challenge for the week is another evocative painting, this one by Henri Duhem.

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Doors are symbols of transition after all.  This one looks like it could lead just about anywhere.

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25 responses to “Junk Mail Art: The Door”

  1. Laura (Createarteveryday) says :

    Beautifully transportive, how do you do this with pieces of paper? Just gorgeous and love that inspirational painting as well.

    • memadtwo says :

      A lot of it is serendipity. I collect, and then I play, and things sometimes come together. This one was a good surprise in many ways.
      And yes, Jane finds the most wonderful artwork. She has a channel to it.

  2. merrildsmith says :

    Beautiful collage–a door to the universe.

  3. Jodi says :

    So beautiful and evocative. Again. I love where your art often takes me K 😊

  4. Jane Dougherty says :

    The blue wedge opening the way is inspired, that and the rays of light. Either way looks good to me.

  5. Charlie O'Shields (doodlewash) says :

    This is cool!! Love the words you chose… the pop of deep blue and the image of trees on the right in particular. Nice!

  6. Susan Feniak says :

    A door to anywhere, anytime, an inspiration. So cool in so many ways. Thank you Kerfe.

  7. Lynz Real Cooking says :

    Such interesting thought about doors– yes leads us to many places!

  8. Jennifer G. Knoblock says :

    Inspiring and perfect.

  9. Sharon Mann says :

    I love the words and insoiration, thank you Kerfe.

  10. taleweavering says :

    Another wonderful “story” told in collage — “two roads diverged in a [collaged] wood . . . .”

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