This is the most recent work I did, and it was a few weeks ago, while at my other house. I don't have many art supplies there so I just used what I could get my hands on at the time. Some scrapbook paper, magazines to rip up, a couple of photographs, an old glue stick. I made all of these quick collages one evening while sitting in front of the fireplace, listening to music. It took me back to my beginning days of collage, when I worked with very few supplies, mostly just "found" stuff. I think my collages made me much happier then, as they were more intuitive, and much simpler/spare. I did not get caught up in all of the purchased stuff that I have to sift through now. There is something to be said for simplicity don't you think? I made them to fit this old wrought iron frame easel stand "thingie" that I have had for years. I cut up some cardboard packing boxes for the backs to give them some body.
Even though I called them done and left them alone, I'm not saying I may not add more to a couple of them later. I'm not sure, in looking at these photos now, that there aren't a couple of them that could use a little something more. I'm pretty happy with 1, 2, and 5. I think #3 needs a bit more somewhere, and #4 could really use some paint over those circles that were already on the paper. But they are fine for now, until I get back there again.