Coordinator: Loralee Makela
Assemblage, in art, is work produced by the incorporation of everyday objects into the composition. Although each non-art object, such as a piece of rope or newspaper, acquires aesthetic or symbolic meanings within the context of the whole work, it may retain something of its original identity. The term assemblage, as coined by the artist Jean Dubuffet in the 1950s, may refer to both planar and three-dimensional constructions. –Britannica
The Assemblage Group is currently an informal group meeting for all who are interested in creating three dimensional artworks and is open to any SRAL member. It meets on the 2nd and 4th Friday of every month from 1:00 to 3:00 PM in the Main Studio.
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Pictures from left to right: Jacaranda by Camille Vonnegut; Monarch by Cherie Schaeffer; Recycle I by Betsy Kimbrough; Say Cheese by Sue Bollig