Our first delicious site belongs to Wendy Alvarez. http://www.wendyalvarezart.com/is striking and easy to navigate. Wendy is a full-time mixed media artist. Don't miss her Heads of State series!
|Aviary Series #11 by Wendy Alvarez|
Nicky Barfoot is a textile artist, but you can also see examples of her mixed media and collage work on the blog http://nickybarfoot.wordpress.com/
Are you into portrait collages? Paul Matthew Dessau does that and much more fine art work. Take a look at his step-by-step process with magazine papers!
|Collage by Paul Dessau|
Liz Kettle's site, shared with another fiber artist, is www.textileevolution.com Even if you're not into needle and thread, see the gallery for inspiration.
|Wisdom Journey by Liz Kettle|
Enjoy some of Chris Marshall's mixed media/collage works in the galleries area of http://www.marshallarts.com.au She shares the site with her hubs, Steve Marshall, and they are both in
. (Steve is a photographer and woodcrafter.) Perth, Western Australia
|Art by Chris Marshall|
Handmade treasures abound at http://empresswu.blogspot.com. The site is an eclectic mix of art dolls, textile and bead art, and still more. Thanks, Wilma Simmons, for sharing!
|Seasons project for the "Hello Dollies" challenge|
Joy Norman, mixed media artist, teaches papermaking workshops and maintains a well-organized website in the
Her url is http://www.joynorman.co.uk. View it and be inspired! U.K.
|Shallow Waters by Joy Norman|
Linda Neff's website, called (yes) http://linda-neff.com/ is all about making "scrapped little treasures." If you're into cards, ornaments, paper and such, check it out! She does tutorials, and will custom-make scrapbook pages and more.
Our next site in this buffet is http://geridegruy.com/
"Ger" loves to create, with fabrics, yarn, thread, paint, words, music and just about anything. See colorful mixed media pieces under "Works."
Sheila Gazlay has a cornucopia of many things to choose from, including some collages, at
You'll find mixed media landscape art at www.judithmonroe.com . Judith's website is professional and elegant. She works in assemblage and much more. (Wish I could buy her Bird House #3.)
Last but certainly not least, the work of Heidi Eisenmann-Jones can be found at http://onthewind-heidi.blogspot.com/
She is an artist who loves to draw and paint fantasy animals and fairies and write stories about them. Heidi also creates mixed media collages.
|By Heidi Eisenmann-Jones|