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.


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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