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Elizabeth Hoeckel Collages

Jul 29, 2011 by     No Comments    Posted under: Design

Excelent collages without the use of digital technology, this is the result of the work by the American artist Elizabeth Hoecke using vintage paper and glue sticks creating surreal scenes and layering different elements of natural settings between them. “Elizabeth (Beth) Ryan Hoeckel was born and raised in Baltimore, MD USA and has been pursuing artistic endeavors since a very young age. She attended Carver Center for Arts magnet high school, and in 1997 earned a merit scholarship to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Beth can currently be found working on Collage, Mixed Media Painting/Drawing, and Photography in her studio in Baltimore City. She contributes artwork to international magazines and websites and exhibits her work both locally and nationwide.” Check her website where you’ll find other kinds of works like photography, paintings or mixed media.

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