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jeanette janson copper engine frame
judy corona. I'm working on a series of collages right now done on paper bags with melted crayon as the first background. I build from there with a layer of tissue paper ironed on (Talbot-style) with polymer medium. After applying and"burning" fluid acrylics and other paints(for texture), I iron on the collage pieces in layers. I'm really jazzed about canvas paper right now and how it takes the fluid acrylics and the polymer medium.
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The frame of this piece is a part that goes in a car engine. The holes are where the engine heads went through. It is old- they don't make engines like that anymore. I picked it up for $6 in an antique shop- to me it screamed "cool copper frame!"
It measures 22" across and 7" high. The picture of it is hanging on an old rack in my kitchen