Discover collage artists. There are many contemporary artists working with collage. Explore our selection of Street Art Collage or delve into the vibrant world of Pop Art Collage to find interesting artworks for sale. We can help guide you to your next art purchase, whether you’re looking for Fabric Collage, Photo Collage, or something in between.…
To get an idea of just what collage is capable of, browse the work of Victoria Topping. These Mixed Media Collages are eclectic and exciting, drawing on the world of pop culture and adopting a distinctly 70’s style in her choice of imagery. Victoria was originally trained in illustration, and this kind of narrative style is evident in her artwork. Each collage tells an interesting story, and it’s easy to lose yourself while exploring the finer details of her work. Joy! (Yellow) showcases her signature style, in which emotion is expressed through a collection of mismatched yet joyful images.
If you’re more drawn to an understated look, then check out Charlotte Jonerheim, a Swedish collage artist whose minimalist style has a strong Scandinavian feel. These Abstract Collages use a range of media including paper, wax print and varnish to produce a subtle and thoughtful effect. We love the way these mundane and simple materials are crafted into an object of beauty, encouraging us to reassess the role of everyday items in our life.
Collage often uses exciting and beautiful materials; just look at the work of Michelle Loa, an Australian artist working with collage and a range of other media and techniques. This contemporary artist often works with gold leaf to create her collage works, creating simple yet breath-taking works of art. Fragments No.6 is a perfect example of how a simple composition can be made dramatic and effective by the right choice of materials.