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Annie's is proud to present Instant gratification by Josh Linton
When?Start time: Saturday 9:00am (13 January)
End time: Saturday 12:30pm (13 January)
Annie's Art and Frame is proud to present
Instant gratification new works by Josh Linton
January 13th, 6:00pm - 8:30pm
drink and snacks provided
Featured Ello artist for the month of January
"Instant gratification is the desire to experience pleasure or fulfillment without delay or deferment.”
I have just recently started to create collages over the last couple of months. I started by wanting to create something new outside of painting or drawing. Once I discovered that I could start and finish a collage within a couple of hours, I started making it a project to at least make one collage a day. I quickly became obsessed with the process and began making two or three within a few hours.
I have chosen to call this series “Instant Gratification” because of the small amount of time it takes me to complete a piece of art, and the feeling I get once I am done. The use of images as a medium is a new process for me and is a very exciting one. Searching through books, magazines, posters, and other media is the most challenging part of the process. I mostly create my work from old record sleeves and travel books.
I plan to move on to other forms of collage by using objects from nature, and items from the street, or anything that I can collect while I am out. My work will continue to evolve as I find other objects and images to work with. It’s an exciting new creative path that I am looking forward to watching unfold.